Who would have thought staring at the back of an easel could be so inspiring! Not only inspiring, we were enthralled in this simple form of art on the eve that The Australian's Sharon Verghis was publishing her article that questioned whether drawing was dead. From an artist's perspective, Soula [...]
Click on the image above or visit The Hurting Strings on www.reelhouse.org Let's watch The Hurting Strings I'd like to express my biggest thanks firstly to Peter Lamont for taking this project on and for communicating my invisible message with such perfection even after realising what was going to be [...]
(Above: John Kelly’s art for Moo Brew) We love art and design equally at ooi. In fact the only thing driving the choice between art or design in our studio is the client’s brief and which of the two we feel will answer the solution best. So when Sorina Williams [...]
There's something really great about being an artist and experiencing a time where you can work without influence. I am experiencing that pleasure right now and exploring what it is I would like to focus on to amount a body of work that is unrelated to my last 7.5 years [...]
Working amongst Tassie's vast and beautiful scenery and flexing our hours, even more, is providing the sublime state we were searching for. Even Zephyr has cranked up his Zen!
I'm sure it won't be a surprise to many of you who have travelled beside us on our personal health mission over the past (almost) eight years. It's been a rough ride and although finally on our feet, we've learned from our experience and know that 'full steam ahead' is [...]
Almost 150 works were selected from nearly 1,000 entries. 2014 judges were, Edmund Capon AM OBE, and Lewis Miller, Australian Artist. Both viewed all entries and made their selection of semi finalists. Very chuffed to be selected as a semi finalist regardless of the outcome. The portrait was flown up [...]
Opening night of the Gertrude Street Projection Festival 2014. Ellie Malin and Soula Mantalvanos celebrated their collaboration with Aesop Fitzroy with some mulled wine, candle lights and their friends, family and community. The festival continues for 10 nights. View the gspf website for the full program and please don't forget... vote for Dreamscape, stand 35!
I recently engaged the services of OoI to design a new logo for our organisation, The Kimberley Foundation. The brief was to design a simple but strong logo for use on our website and documentation. The designers were a pleasure to work with and extremely professional in their dealings with [...]