Category Archives: Outdoor
Vegan Era run a portal website promoting the ecological and ethical benefits of undertaking a Vegan diet and lifestyle. The organisation approached Liveworm to help develop a billboard design promoting the Vegan lifestyle as a positive contributer for a more sustainable environment due to the reduced consumption of resources to sustain it. The challenge set was how to communicate this quickly and how to interest people enough to visit the website for more information. The above solution was created by student Emma Brownson.
The billboard is situated on the Bruce Highway near Traverston, Queensland and will be up for the entire month of April, 2011. Vegan Era’s website contains more information on the Vegan lifestyle and its positive effects on a persons ecological footprint.
Liveworm has developed the visual identity for POP Gallery — the new Queensland College of Art gallery space at Woolloongabba for Post Graduate students. The gallery is open from Tuesday to Saturday.
The art-deco themed identity designed by second year student April Turnbull was inspired by the many antique stores in the area. The identity has been applied to signage, stationery and a website.
Visit the POP Gallery website at www.popgallery.com.au
A joint project by South Bank Corporation and the nearby Foodworks in South Bank, this mural was commissioned to add more vibrancy to the corner of Grey and Tribune Streets and to cover up some unsightly windows along the footpath. The building is also very near the Queensland College of Art and the entrance to Liveworm studio.
The canvas consisted of four glass window panels which were transformed into vibrant representations of South Bank by day and by night. Early in the design process it was decided that people would not be depicted in the mural — real life pedestrians would serve this purpose when you viewed the work from across the street. This project was completed by final-year student Kenneth Hilton.
To coincide with their launch of the Rosenbauer AT model firetruck in Australia, SASGAR Fire & Rescue engaged Liveworm to create a limited edition graphic for their display model. Final year student Andy An created the above graphic — inspired by speed, flashing lights and torch beams. The truck was the centre piece to the launch of the AT model in November.
Liveworm were commissioned by the State Library of Queensland in Brisbane to develop the promotional materials for their Windwells: Channelling + Divining exhibition running from June to October 2010. The exhibition was created by Queensland College of Art’s Professor Pat Hoffie and collaborator Stephan Purcell.
Elements created included external signage and banners, internal gallery signage, children activity sheets, postcards, invitations, web banners, bus shelter and press advertising as well as an exhibition catalogue. The project was helmed by final year student Luke Hollamby with assistance from other students in the studio.