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Smyth, Brian , b. 1931
Smyth is an automotive designer working initially for Chrysler Australia. In 1959 he was their senior stylist and became involved in the introduction of the ...
Industrial Styling Company, Australasia
Company established in Sydney by industrial designer Charles Frederick Beauvais. Industrial design work included exhibition displays, food mixers, oil stoves, lights, and two arches placed ...
Oxley, Roslyn, b.
Oxley is best known as one of the principals of Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, founded in 1982 with Anthony Oxley. Prior to the gallery, she ...
Hall, Bruce, b. 1939
Hall studied Industrial Design at RMIT, graduating in 1963. Employed by A G Healings, later EMI. After 1974, he taught design at the Melbourne College ...
Heyring, Chris
Heyring originally worked as a sculptor then moved into industrial design, developing exhibition structures (Tensile Structures) for the America's Cup, Perth. He has also designed ...
McDermott, Ruth
Sydney-based lighting designer who originally trained and worked as an industrial designer. McDermott's practice has spanned architectural, residential, corporate and site-specific art projects.
Talbot, Flynn
Talbot is an artist and designer specialising in light, lighting fixtures and the manipulation of the effects of light for exhibition and display. His career ...
Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

by Forbes, Max.

Exhibition of product design and furnishings planned and designed by R. Haughton James and Max Forbes and held in Melbourne in 1949. The design exhibition ...

Beauvais, Charles Frederick, b.
Beauvais was an industrial designer. He immigrated to Australia ca.1937 and worked as an artist/illustrator for The Argus, Melbourne, later established a business in Sydney, ...
Fish, Donald, b. 1929
Fish produced poster designs, logotypes, packaging, TV commercials and illustrations for major clients around the world, including Cadbury's, British Airways, Qantas and TIME Magazine. Founder ...
Riedelbauch, Gilbert, b.
Design practitioner and university lecturer based in Canberra whose works explore the meeting points between traditional silversmithing and craftsmanship and new technologies.
Coco-Flip Design Studio
Coco-Flip is a furniture and lighting design studio based in Melbourne, Victoria. The principals, Kate Stokes and Haslett Grounds, began the studio in 2010.
A. Simpson & Son
A.M. Simpson and Son incorporated 1910 in South Australia and began the design and manufacture of whitewoods. Designs were undertaken by Woods Bagot and other ...
Australian Commercial and Industrial Artists' Association
An organisation founded in Melbourne described in its constitution as representing commercial and industrial artists or any other person working in fine art for the ...
1956 Olympic Arts Festival, Melbourne

by Rodriquez, John.

1956 Olympic Arts Festival, Melbourne. Melbourne’s Cultural Olympiad included five significant exhibitions: architecture and sculpture at the University of Melbourne’s Wilson Hall; painting and drawing ...