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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 Straight 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

KIL Productions at work

KIL PRODUCTIONS

K.I.L. (Keep it Legal) Productions are an experienced Melbourne Graffiti company available for commissioned graffiti. They love utilizing traditional “old school” graffiti techniques to create maximum visual impact and transform something old and tired into something bright, colourful and new.

They believe that anyone can own a piece of Melbourne’s famous street art culture as almost any wall can be transformed into talking points with modern street art.

See more of their work at kilproductions.com.au/

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Jo Kalute

Jo Kalute is a self taught textile designer. She draws a lot of inspiration from her sea-side living and her African heritage. After having fallen in love with
art and design, Jo discovered her attraction to block printing.

She often uses lino carving to create wonderfully detailed prints which she then repeats to create unique patterns that really catch the eye.

Jo Kalute has collaborated with us on 4 designs to be released throughout 2020.

See more of her work on her Instagram page.

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Brenton See

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.

See more of her work at brentonsee.com.au