The Museum of Australian Democracy explores the stories of people who shape and challenge democracy. You can help the museum tell that story by donating a badge that you have worn to communicate a message important to you.
Badges communicate an unspoken message. For over a century, Australians have worn badges to express their identity, solidarity, dissent, pride, anger, celebration, commemoration, protest, humour or hope.
Your badge is a snapshot of Australia’s evolving democracy. Your experience of wearing that badge is part of our history and future.
A great opportunity exists for a new graphic designer to join the Ecocreative team! If you’re passionate about designing for a better world, we’d love to hear from you.
We want to fill the position as soon as we can, so don’t dally in downloading the role description and submitting your application.
Applications close 2 August 2011, and we will notify shortlisted applicants soon thereafter.
Please direct any queries to Jeremy Boyd, Creative Director or Sarah van Maarseveen, Sustainability & Operations Manager.
July 21, 2011 to July 28, 2011
Billy Blue young designers in collaboration with Oxfam Australia present the Design4Change exhibition.
Please join us to open the exhibition and to celebrate the power of creativity, collaboration and Design4Change at 6pm, on Thursday 21 July, at Vibewire Enterprise Hub, 525 Harris Street Ultimo.
Design4Change is an initiative of 3things and works with design, communications and business students in their final year of study to create inspiring and innovative social justice campaigns, designed to create change
Created for the rapidly-growing number of consumers who appreciate good design, fashion and creativity, but also care about social and environmental issues and where their clothing comes from. Buy online at Leeloo
30% of his print sales go to the NGO Building Sustainable Communities.
Check out his site, some interesting work…
Peppermint Magazine is Australia’s only green fashion and lifestyle magazine. 100% carbon neutral, we are committed to promoting positive change for the environment. We love all things green, organic, recycled, vintage and fair trade.
Issue #9, Autumn 2011, features David Suzuki, Akira Isogawa and Baked Relief, and you can download a free skirt pattern in Sewing School.
Available in newsagents nationwide, and online at Etsy and eBay, issue #9 is one of our proudest moments.