Thursday, May 29, 2014

ReActivate Latrobe Valley: Winter Night Festival 2014



The ReActivate Latrobe Valley: Winter Night Festival is back again this year on the Friday, 20th of June along Commercial Road in Morwell.



Join us in in celebrating this event with your friends and family as we showcase the region's art and design talents. There will be food and free music, as well as a range of artwork from regional artists being projected onto shopfront and building facades.

Date: Friday, 20th June 2014

Time: 4PM - 9PM

Location: Commercial Road Carpark & Commercial Road, Morwell.

Dry zone rules apply.

We also need your support for the crowdfunding campaign to bring Art Projections to the Winter Night Festival! Show your support for the project and offer a pledge!
Winter Night Festival Crowdfunding Campaign on Pozible.

For more information, follow the links below.
Market Stalls Traders, Projection artists and Performers
Facebook Page

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Help bring Art Projections to the Winter Night Festival

We have started a crowdfunding campaign on Pozible to help bring Art Projectors to the Winter Night Festival in Morwell that's happening on the 20th of June.



We need your help to make this happen! Show us some love and support the project!

Winter Night Crowdfunding Campaign on Pozible



We need to get the word out!
ReActivate: Latrobe Valley Facebook page

Monday, May 5, 2014

transcendent city

Recently we were going through some of our blog posts that we never actually got around to putting up live, and we found this from three years ago. We hope you enjoy!




As part of a making Mondays a bit more enjoyable, we post animations which either we make, or are found on the internet and made by others and are about design, to serve as inspiration.

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Built in Detroit

Can a new wave of high-end ventures like watchmaker Shinola help revive manufacturing in the motor city?



Extract from Time, vol 103, No 12, 2014.

"The factory floor is silent but not empty. Dozens of workers dressed in crisp white lab coats, hairnets and matching Crocs are maneuvering dollhouse-size hand tools and manipulating minuscule parts to assemble wristwatches. With loupes to eyes, one line builds the movement - the timepieces' quartz-powered brain. Another line does nothing but put the dials in place while another set the hands, fix the case backs and lash the leather straps. This isn't a clean room in Geneva or a Chinese factory in Shenzen. These movements are taking place behind the floor-to-ceiling glass wall that separates Shinola's Detroit headquarters from its sprawling state-of-the-art factory."