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Post Industrial Design. » Events

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We had so much fun at our first Pop-up-bar Speakeasy we have decided to do it all over again. Post Industrial Design and Pod cafe would love if you could join us for a bevy or two at our second Pop-Up-Bar - Speakeasy.
Sunday Feb 8th from 6 - 10pm “We both love the 'making do' approach to creativity. We work with fibres and other bits and pieces gleaned from second hand sources, and the scraps of felted jumpers left over from the other things we make. While exploring the possibilities and limitations that arise from working with such materials is central to both our textile practices, we diverge markedly in our stitching and construction techniques and in the types of objects we have created for this show.� Melanie and Gaye will also be running MEET AND MAKE WITH THE MAKERS, an informal session of craft and chat on Saturday 24th of August 2 - 5pm. I cannot tell you how much I love the Mercurials and I am so excited about having them play here! All of which are brilliant musicians in their own right. A post-punk alternative southern Gospel band described in rolling stone as "one of the most original bands ever to see the light of day in Australia." Seriously the funniest thing I found out  while doing my research is that when one of Mark Ferrie's early bands the Sacred Cowboys played their single "Nothing Grows In Texas" on Countdown, Molly Meldrum said: "this is the worst group I've seen in five years", a title the band wore with perverse pride. Needless to say Mark Ferrie and Andrew Pendlebury have been doing the rounds in the Melbourne music scene and their respect in the industry goes without saying. Mercurials have played in the Ian Potter Gallery at the,  National Gallery of Victoria, Adelaide Fringe Festival, Port Fairy Folk Festival and Mt Beauty Music Muster . . . . and OMG . . . now you can see them HERE in lill-ole-west-footsray! I am sure by now Bookalicious possibly holds the record as the most photographed event in the west! Everyone went to such effort . . . the costumes were AMAZING! Thanks to all for coming and making it such a fabulous night. Thanks to everyone who came on Friday to the WeFo Resistance night! Performance by our very own Leo Dale and Madame Andree. Here are a few pics from the evening taken by the amazing Aaron Maguire Aaron is a local filmmaker/photographer and will be doing a few things for our upcoming exhibitions.


Post Industrial Design. » Events

postindustrialdesign.com.au [cached]

“We both love the 'making do' approach to creativity. We work with fibres and other bits and pieces gleaned from second hand sources, and the scraps of felted jumpers left over from the other things we make. While exploring the possibilities and limitations that arise from working with such materials is central to both our textile practices, we diverge markedly in our stitching and construction techniques and in the types of objects we have created for this show.�
Melanie and Gaye will also be running MEET AND MAKE WITH THE MAKERS, an informal session of craft and chat on Saturday 24th of August 2 - 5pm. I cannot tell you how much I love the Mercurials and I am so excited about having them play here! All of which are brilliant musicians in their own right. A post-punk alternative southern Gospel band described in rolling stone as "one of the most original bands ever to see the light of day in Australia." Seriously the funniest thing I found out  while doing my research is that when one of Mark Ferrie's early bands the Sacred Cowboys played their single "Nothing Grows In Texas" on Countdown, Molly Meldrum said: "this is the worst group I've seen in five years", a title the band wore with perverse pride. Needless to say Mark Ferrie and Andrew Pendlebury have been doing the rounds in the Melbourne music scene and their respect in the industry goes without saying. Mercurials have played in the Ian Potter Gallery at the,  National Gallery of Victoria, Adelaide Fringe Festival, Port Fairy Folk Festival and Mt Beauty Music Muster . . . . and OMG . . . now you can see them HERE in lill-ole-west-footsray! I am sure by now Bookalicious possibly holds the record as the most photographed event in the west! Everyone went to such effort . . . the costumes were AMAZING! Thanks to all for coming and making it such a fabulous night. Thanks to everyone who came on Friday to the WeFo Resistance night! Performance by our very own Leo Dale and Madame Andree. Here are a few pics from the evening taken by the amazing Aaron Maguire Aaron is a local filmmaker/photographer and will be doing a few things for our upcoming exhibitions.


Post Industrial Design. » Exhibitions

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I had the pleasure of meeting Betty Prentice, who came in to see the Warren Kirks exhibition today.
The business is owned by her son Keith . . .  and his grandmother and auntie before that . . . 61 years of making cakes and pies . . . Wow! Exhibition finishes this Thursday!! Today she popped in to the gallery to see what all the fuss is about. And what did she think . . . well she finds it quite funny that people are recognising her in the street. Someone even stopped her for her autograph! Here are a few pics from the evening taken by the amazing Aaron Maguire Aaron is a local filmmaker/photographer and will be doing a few things for our upcoming exhibitions. I love the Big Issue! They do great stuff!  You can support them through getting a yearly subscription to the magazine here or find your local vendor. Thanks to everyone who came to the opening last night. A great turn our and a real celebration of our neighbourhood! Pictures of the opening coming soon . . . May is our daughter’s middle name, the title of a 2002 American horror flick starring Angela Bettis, and apparently Brain Tumor Awareness month (yep I do not lie) . . . BUT most importantly it is the month we are hosting our next exhibition - WESTOGRAPHY by local photographer Warren Kirk. May is our daughter’s middle name, the title of a 2002 American horror flick starring Angela Bettis, and apparently Brain Tumor Awareness month (yep I do not lie) . . . BUT most importantly it is the month we are hosting our next exhibition - WESTOGRAPHY by local photographer Warren Kirk.


Warren Kirk PhotographyPost Industrial Design.

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Here are a few pics from the evening taken by the amazing Aaron Maguire Aaron is a local filmmaker/photographer and will be doing a few things for our upcoming exhibitions.
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Post Industrial Design. » Artists

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Today she popped in to the gallery to see what all the fuss is about.
And what did she think . . . well she finds it quite funny that people are recognising her in the street. Someone even stopped her for her autograph! Here are a few pics from the evening taken by the amazing Aaron Maguire Aaron is a local filmmaker/photographer and will be doing a few things for our upcoming exhibitions. May is our daughter’s middle name, the title of a 2002 American horror flick starring Angela Bettis, and apparently Brain Tumor Awareness month (yep I do not lie) . . . BUT most importantly it is the month we are hosting our next exhibition - WESTOGRAPHY by local photographer Warren Kirk. May is our daughter’s middle name, the title of a 2002 American horror flick starring Angela Bettis, and apparently Brain Tumor Awareness month (yep I do not lie) . . . BUT most importantly it is the month we are hosting our next exhibition - WESTOGRAPHY by local photographer Warren Kirk. For some reason it is Jos's work that I always to neglect to get up on our website?? Jos recently was commissioned to do a number of these racks for Kathmandu stores in New Zealand and more recently in Melbourne. I will post some pics of them as soon the new Kathmandu fit outs are completed. Swing by anytime between 2pm and 5pm on Sunday the 25th to watch as Olivia Duval brings to life one of her exquisitely detailed sculptures. I am sure while I was hacking off my Barbie’s hair and defiling their faces with texta, Olivia Duval was probably making fine costumes and accessories to create a world of beauty and wonder . . . . I on the other hand was set on a path of disfigurement. I am sure while I was hacking off my Barbie’s hair and defiling their faces with texta, Olivia Duval was probably making fine costumes and accessories to create a world of beauty and wonder . . . . I on the other hand was set on a path of disfigurement. Perhaps this is why Olivia has a consortium of commissions under her belt and I have . . um. . well, none! Marc and I have worked together many times over the years - on animations, short films, video clips and other writing projects - but I always had a desire to create a children’s book. Being a non-writer myself, I am always intrigued as to where you would start in writing a book?? The mind boggles â€" did you already have the story in your head? When I write, my ideas always start with images. Then I think about how I can interpret what I’m seeing in my head and transform it into story. Learning is a wonderful experience and getting lost in a book is one of the best things going. I really do hope children and grown-ups enjoy it. From the get go, I really wanted the images to be tactile, textured, to feel alive and jump off the page.


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