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Handwoven wraps for babywearing. Made with love in Canberra, Australia
An all-ages rhythm/typing game for PC with beautiful hand-drawn art and a groovy original soundtrack.
A series of free music tutorials focused on helping anyone create a song from scratch.
Science and art meet on a T-shirt. Young scientists work with artists to design a T-shirt about their research (puns optional)
A small cafe serving coffee, African street food; with a generous serve of “ubuntu”.
Cinema released movies – in your home – on demand.
Printing my artworks into shirts and share some of the profits to a foster home back in Philippines.
MOONBOY By Josh Garrard Design is a T-shirt design project, created and screenprinted in Canberra.
A science fiction graphic novel where Earth is a distant memory and the remnants of humanity live aboard the space station, Terralympus.
A competitive 2 player board game in which you take turns placing and overlapping tetraminos to score lines.
A graphic novel series about a young military conscript with electricity manipulating abilities
Local and affordable clothing inspired by a blend of streetwear, luxury fashion brands and nostalgia.
Mood is an entertainment project designed to give local students industry experience.
Workshops which help you become a creator instead of consumer of science technology.
Mars Underground is a time loop mystery adventure videogame being developed in Canberra.
It’s a new project that fosters collaboration between Australian based Artists and African based Artists in promoting their music and arts
Positive and empowering workshops for young women that encourages them to be confident, passionate, resilient, successful and happy.
Mushō Laundry (meaning ‘Free Laundry’) in Japanese aims to design cool apparel to sell to the public to support events and social causes.
Canberra’s newest dance collective’s first piece, ‘To Fall in Love With an Artist’ will be debuting in Sydney Fringe this year.
A new podcast from Canberra’s online feminist journal, Feminartsy, talking feminism, art, and writing each month.
A platform connecting travellers with local guides for a more authentic travel experience.