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Monday, June 17, 2024

The Colourful, Creative World of Interior Designer, Danielle Brustman

The best creatives are the ones that come along and shake things up when you didn’t think any refreshing was required. The TDF team experienced that sensation last year when we saw pictures of a groundbreaking early learning centre in Richmond, freshly completed by local interior design extraordinaire, Danielle Brustman. It was clear she knew how to make a mark.

Since that short time ago, this under-the-radar former theatre set designer has been rapidly racking up some serious street cred – launching an installation for the NGV Triennial 2020, receiving a commendation for her ‘Chromatic Fantastic’ cabinet at the 2020 TDF + Laminex Design Awards, and setting up shop in the thriving new Collingwood Yards arts precinct, as the recipient of the Bank of Melbourne Studio Residency. Phew! That’s a big list.

But for someone at the top of her game, Danielle keeps a pretty low profile. Now’s your chance to get to know her!

Inside The Delicious, Uncanny World Of Painter Emma Creasey

At the beginning of this year, painter Emma Creasey started to share her work with a small number of followers on social media – just for fun. Now, mere months later, she’s busier than ever – working full time as an artist, looking for a bigger studio and completing works for a group show next year.

From abundant feasts abandoned in a forest clearing, to bright interiors that tread the boundary between comforting and somehow sinister, Emma’s paintings dance between the weird and the familiar.  By concocting a distinct mood through a mixture of food, homes and bodies, her scenes are charged with a narrative surrealism we don’t often see.

We’re sensing an appetite for a different kind of art, and Emma Creasey hits the spot!

A Family Home Of Understated Glamour In Studley Park

Emma Abrahams, founder and creative director of Heart of Bone, is a woman with a distinct sense of style. So, it stands to reason that her home would have equal flair!

We take a tour through the renovated 1970’s Studley Park house that Emma shares with husband Justin (co-founder and director of Pedla), their two kids aged 6 and 12, Ghost the black German shepherd and Shadow the black rescue cat. Despite Emma’s style credentials, she lost the battle with Justin to fit out the home in an all black palette – instead Justin triumphed with his preferred bright, white walls. A win for everyone, we think!

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