australian designers

our lovely editor anne ditmeyer spent hours upon hours (upon hours) compiling her most recent regional roundup to australia. with so many sections featured i decided to compile them here in one post so you could visit the cities in one fell swoop, rather than search around for brisbane part four or brisbane part one. so, below are links to each city and each section- which will live in the “guides” section of d*s permanently. thanks to anne for her hard work and thanks to all of the wonderful artists who shared their work with us.

[photo above via runnersworld]

  1. Thank you so much for lavishing attention on us Aussies. This series has made me proud to be Australian!

  2. I really enjoyed this Aussie roundup, and found a whole bunch of new faces, which was terrific!

  3. Liana Kabel says:

    Nice to see some friends here too!

  4. Great to see such fine Aussie talent. Amazing artists, and great coverage of their work and lives.

  5. Frank says:

    excellent work ;) !!!!

  6. naomi travers says:

    Missed a great spot in Adelaide called “rawspace” at Parc Arcade. Check out the website


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