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Sweet shot!

Sweet shot!

As designers, it’s important to know history. How a particular style was developed, explored, pushed to its creative limit. To be creative and original today, you need to understand why certain movements came to be and how they influence us through our work today.

For me, it’s a great excuse to indulge in some history! Brisbanites will share my delight that the Powerhouse has some wonderful photographic exhibitions coming up that take a look back to our recent past captured on film. This month, check out Rock and Roll: an exhibition of music photography by Stephen Booth” which is running until the 5th April. With 50 epic photos on display of the music scene since the mid 1990s, it’s bound to bring back some special moments and get your creative juices flowing!

Rock and Roll: an exhibition of music photography by Stephen Booth

If politics or current events are more your thing, a great one is coming up in May – War: Degree South, where you can still expect to see some beautiful colour, compositions and amazing stories happening in the world today.

War: Degree South

See you there!

Yours in design,


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