Sovereign Hill’s amazing Winter Wonderlights installation has been declared complete for another year. A tourism highlight of the Melbourne Winter Calendar, the Winter Wonderlights festival attracts over 100,000 visitors! People travel from near and far, rugged up in beanies, scarves and mittens, to enjoy a fun-filled day of Christmas in July celebrations. Even Bec Judd made it to Ballarat to shoot a special segment for Postcards!
These are ‘big statement’ pieces designed to convey a mood, a look or a message. They are a wonderful way to integrate art into an event space or interior. The options are limitless. Read More
The ‘Luxe’ one for the Winter. So dreamy, dark, moody and dramatic. Here we focus on depth of colour and making sure you have more than one in your bag of tricks! Textures are prized in the way of velvety fabrics, tufted finishes and textures, particularly for wall finishes like panelling and mouldings. It’s essential to include some neutral tones to temper the palette. Blacks, greys and even navys are perfect for this, but I love a splash of gold too for a lift. Read More
This colour combination used to be something I avoided at all costs. The accounts below will give you an insight into my first impressions of green and gold as a specific visual communication. Read More
We are right in you now Winter!
Our friends at Complete Function Hire recently asked us to share our thoughts on Winter Trends. Article here. http://blog.cfhire.com/winter-event-style-trends-jak-creative/
Turns out I enjoyed it SO much that I decided upon creating an extended version of our Winter Trends right here!
Each week we will feature a prediction from our Winter Top 5. I hope they inspire you too!
Time to get on the inside of a JAK Creative creation! This case study delves into client, brief, what JAK do and how it turned out! We also include some fun stats and video. Read More
I was reading a great article about the WGSN Futures conference in London this week and it got me thinking about the future… At JAK we spend just as much time immersed in corporate culture as we do designing. These worlds collide regularly. What we do day-to-day is create an intersection where art and commerce meet. It’s weird but it works. Read More