The importance of teamwork and how BMF’s creative founder and his Head of TV made the impossible, possible. Advertising legend, Warren Brown, is one of the most awarded creatives in Australia. Sue Hind, his partner, has been his muse for over 20 years. She worked with Warren to make magic happen at BMF, producing way […]
MUSE is very proud of being able to count Chris as one of our members. As an extremely talented and forward-thinking designer, he is now Creative Director of his own business: Lumiko, a company producing motion design works for events, advertising, and projection mapping. We sat down with him recently to try and get inside […]
This month, MUSE asked Tiana Vasiljev – graphic designer and founder of design store Beautiful Pages – to select five newly released books that every designer should read.
Courage & Vulnerability: The vital ingredients for a successful creative career
If you’re running low on inspiration, let MUSE guide you to some of our current favourite Instagram feeds that are definitely worth a follow.
This week, we picked the brains of one of Australia’s most recognized and award-winning entrepreneurs – Taryn Williams.
Member Spotlight – Tom Baker from Mr. Black Spirits
Founder of Barenaked Studio, Kate Hart is a dedicated individual, channelling her creative flow and passion for nude drawing into the practice of teaching. In anticipation of her next life drawing session at MUSE, we asked Kate to tell us about the journey that brought her to starting her own business.
Monica Rosenfeld is the successful Founder and Managing Director of WordStorm PR. We’ve been counting the days until Monica’s PR workshop at MUSE, but in the meantime, we were able to pick her brains on her PR expertise.
Last week we sat with Lee Callister, founder of Cal&Co and one of MUSE’s first members. He opened up to us about his life, career and artistic interests.
Maie is a creative woman with many faces – she is a designer, an artist, a stylist, a visual merchandiser, a photographer.
Nick Currie is one of MUSE’s members, a creative entrepreneur and founder of WebDel.
Muse recently came across the wonderfully wanderlust-filled work of Lauren Webster look at these guys. Working under the name Lauren & The Lost Boys, Lauren’s painting and drawing has appeared in solo exhibitions as well as on prints for fashion brands, surf and skate boards.
Dominique has set her skills to a huge list of brands and publications including Google, Bing, Columbia Law School, Penguin Books, WIRED Magazine and Woolworths.
Lauren Vingilis is the talented lady behind Lunah Designs. A Sydney based graphic artist, textile designer and typographer, we recently spotted Lauren’s work on Sydney band Little May’s national tour poster, For The Company.