Monthly Archives: January 2011
Matt was very excited to be part of UNITISED’s amazing archiPAD project at the end of last year. While taking all the photos for the launch, Matt learnt about the fantastic sustainable ideas that archiPAD is based on. Unitised Building uses a unique structural technology that incorporates large amounts of recyclable materials, and produces far [...]
We had so much fun at our Christmas party! Big thanks to everyone who made it. If you didn’t get there we hope that you had a wonderful festive season. Here are some shots we took… welcome to our party!
St Kilda festival is not far off – it is on from the 5th to 13th of February! Now in its 31st year, the St Kilda festival is known for playing host to hundreds of amazing bands, live performances and other fantastic free entertainment. There are so many things to do! You can watch bands, [...]
For your chance to win a 20×32 canvas of ‘Raver’, just tell us how long Matt has been the photographer for The St Kilda Festival. Is it: 1 year 2 years or 3 years? Email email@example.com with your answer. The first correct answer wins, so get in quick! The winner will be notified by email. [...]
Very limited stock so don’t miss out! ‘balance’ 32x48in sale price = $749 (usual RRP $999)
MIP would like to welcome our newest staff member – Michelle Brasier! Michelle has joined the team as part-time gallery assistant. She is super smiley and friendly, so pop into the city gallery and say hi! PS: Don’t tell her we told you, but she is an amazing singer/songwriter too… http://www.triplejunearthed.com/MichelleBrasier Shh!
We have some exciting new products in stock at the gallery! To complement Matt’s work, we have decided to sell a select group of photography-related merchandise. So! We are now selling… Nikon Lens Cups! They look exactly like a Nikon lens, THE ZOOM WORKS (!?!) and they are an eco-friendly way to carry your coffee/hot [...]
2011 is a new year and a new decade – is it too bold to suggest a new humanity is emerging? Why do I say this? As we climb out of the GFC one small step at a time, and the reality of global climate uncertainty stares at us squarely, we are without any other [...]