Zachary Bennett-Brook (Saltwater Dreamtime)
Zachary Bennett-Brook is a contemporary indigenous artist from Wollongong (Dharawal Country). Combining traditional painting techniques with non-traditional colours and surfaces, his work reflects his Torres Strait Islander heritage, passion for the ocean and surf culture.
With a formal background in education, Zac has previously volunteered as a mentor for young people in his local community through Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience.
Zac has designed three socks for our 2018 range, with $1 per pair supporting charity partner AIME.
See more of his work at saltwaterdreamtime.com
Maku Bisset is a Melbourne based illustrative artist. Her work is filled with precise lines and dripping paint highlights that render her human and animal subjects in sharp colour. Working in watercolour and ink, Maku’s art combines a natural fluidity with distinct patterns and intricate detail.
Working as a teacher in New Zealand before moving to Melbourne, Maku’s passion for both the arts and education are rooted in her personal experience.
Maku has designed three socks for our 2018 range, with $1 per pair supporting charity partner The Song Room.
See more of her work at makubisset.com
Nina Sepahpour is a textile designer from Melbourne who works with both traditional and digital techniques. Using elements of collage, layering, and pattern making Nina’s art is experimental and abstract. Drawing inspiration from her environment and everyday life, she explores layers of pattern, shape, and colour across a range of media.
Working from her studio in St. Kilda, Nina has witnessed firsthand the effects of homelessness and poverty in her community. She hopes her support for charity OneVoice can help restore basic dignity to those with access to hygienic necessities most of us take for granted.
Nina has designed three socks for our 2018 range, with $1 per pair supporting charity partner OneVoice.
See more of her work at ninasepahpour.com
Brenton See is a Perth artist specialising in large scale wall murals of native wildlife. Using animals, typography and bold shapes Brenton’s work often highlights the relationships between predator and prey, and humanities coexistence within the animal kingdom.
An avid bird watcher, Brenton often uses his own wildlife photography as reference for his large scale painted works. His commitment to conservation, and interest in educating the public on the diversity of species that surround them on a daily basis inform his work.
Brenton has designed three socks for our 2018 range, with $1 per pair supporting charity partner Bush Heritage.
More of his work can be seen at brentonsee.com.au