Something super exciting has been happening over at Big Picture Stuff, it involves socks, stop motion and whole lot of questions.
Meet Candy Ng, an illustrator, a ceramic artist, a mural maker, graphic designer and lover of food. We first connected with her through instagram after she drew an incredible sketch of us from the ADGA First Five Out. Candy brings an element of fun, creativity and joy into all her work, and shows us what it is to live a truly creative life. Having worked with some of our favourites, Creative Mornings and Kinfolk cafe, we speak to her about her various passions, taking a year off to pursue creative projects and her unique creative journey.
What do you get when you take a handful of talented and generous people, a portion of wonderful products, a coffee machine, all round good vibes and place them in the middle of Melbourne CBD? You get The K I N G D O M Ethical Fashion Market of course.
Becky is an artisan, photographer and an inspiration. Being a self taught photographer we were blown away by her skill and knew we wanted to showcase her work on BigPictureStuff. This year, she has continually fed her creative passions through numerous personal projects, demonstrating her sheer disciple by undertaking the challenge of organising a shoot each week with amazing results. Here we talk about her personal photography journey, what photography means to her and she shares tips on how to organise your own photoshoot.
Brian Cheung is a man of many talents. Artist, painter, designer and all round nice guy, Brian has been drawing since he could hold a pencil. A frequent illustrator in Semi-Permanent and featured artist at The Stables at Como, Brian’s beautiful typography and illustration captivate and mesmerise the imagination. We visit him in his studio to talk about; his creative process, what creativity means to him and his top tips for budding artists. Continue Reading…