Archive for August, 2007

My Messy Room

Saturday, August 25th, 2007

My Messy Room (an amazing new children’s store) is now selling signed, limited edition, framed prints of my illustrations. They are fine art giclee prints, printed with pigment inks, which means they are guaranteed to be archival for a long, long time. The prints themselves look amazing. When I look at them close up next to the originals I can barely tell the difference.


The shop is quite new, and is the type of place you dream about owning. It has the coolest vintage style wallpaper, and she had filled the shelves with amazing items from all over the world (some of it she buys straight from Etsy!). Clothing, decor, books, softies… unique, quirky, well made things. It’s really a most unique store. And she plays good music too.

If you’re in the area, stop by and check it out. It’s well worth a look.
My Messy Room
111a Smith St, Summer Hill, Sydney

A couple of the prints have sold already, so if you’re interested in any you see here, but can’t find them in the shop, then go ahead and ask her to order one in for you… hint hint. ;D

Catalogue Design

Thursday, August 23rd, 2007

The last few months have flown by in a blur of busy-ness. All of the work I was doing during that time is finally starting to see the light of day, so now’s the time for some show and tell!


Jonathan Walker is currently showing an exhibition of his photography. The exhibition is titled “Let Us Burn The Gondolas; Venice as a modern city”. There are over 40 of his photographs on show, along with a self published catalogue (which I designed), that provides insight into each image and the overall body of work.
I also designed the invitations.

The exhibition is at:
Somedays Gallery
72b Fitzroy St, Surry Hills, Sydney

It’s showing until 28th August 07.