Melbourne / New York
Tin&Ed are creative directors and artists working between New York and Melbourne Australia. Their practice mixes experimental studio projects with client commissions, purposely blurring the lines between work & play, design & art. Led by curiosity and collaboration, there is a fun, optimistic spirit that lives in every project.
Their creative direction covers a diverse range of fields including graphic design, photography, video, illustration and installation. Their clients include Adidas, Samsung, IKEA, Qantas, BMW and Visa. They won the Qantas spirit of Youth Award in 2010, an ARIA award in 2014 and recently created live projections for the Sydney Opera house.
Their work has been featured in i-D Magazine, The Creators Project and Creative Review as well as books published by Gestalten (Berlin), Frame (Amsterdam) and Hesign (Shanghai).
Tin & Ed became members of the Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI) in 2016.
Curiosity & Experimentation
Learning & Collaboration
Positivity & Play
Surprise & Wonder
Responsibility & Impact
Adidas Originals, Nike, Puma, Samsung, Qantas, IKEA, BMW MINI, Renault, MTV, Telstra, Visa, American Express, NAB, Paypal, Pernod Ricard, Canadian Club, Wither Hills, David Jones, Myer, Kmart, T2, Lavazza, Nespresso,Wrigley 5GUM, Lee Jeans, Crumpler.
The Monkeys, Clemenger BBDO, Droga 5, WHYBIN/TBWA, DDB, M&C Saatchi, M.A.P, Publicis Mojo, Naked, Ogilvy, BMF, BWM, AJF Partnership, George Patterson Y&R, Exit Films, Film Motel, Right Angle Studio, Fabio Ongarato.
RMIT Design Hub, Mpavilion, The Australian Ballet, Chunky Move, Stompin, Melbourne International Arts Festival, Next Wave Festival, Melbourne Design Festival.
Future Classic, Mushroom Records, Modular Records, Downtown Records, Chet Faker, Roland Tings, Melbourne Music Week.
Artist & Photographers
Lucy McRae, Simon Zoric, Oslo Davis, Michael Corridore, Derek Henderson, Scott Newett, Alan & Gretchen, Peter Bennetts, Julian Wolkenstein, Sebastian Gollings, Kai Neville.
Not for Profit
The Lighthouse Foundation, Shebeen, Who Gives A Crap.
Publishing & Editorial
Vice, Red Bull Media House, Thames and Hudson, Hardie Grant, Oxford University Press, Nylon Magazine, Business Week New York.
Sibling, BKK, Mirror Systems, Rothe Lowman, WoodWoodWard.
Tourism Victoria, City of Melbourne, The Department of Education, The Royal Children’s Hospital.
2014 The Second Bus Projects Edition Exhibition, Melbourne.
2014 MelbourneNOW, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
2014 Adidas Stan Smith, 45 Downstairs, Melbourne.
2013 Useful – Here and Now, Carriage Works, Sydney.
2012 Melbourne Music Week, Melbourne (Solo).
2011 HouseWear, Goodtimes Studio, Melbourne.
2011 Holy-Grams, Visual Arts Program, The Melbourne International Arts Festival (Solo).
2009 A Relative Distance, Lamington Drive, Melbourne (Solo).
2009 Skin and Bone, Bus Gallery, Melbourne.
2008 Al-Ah-Manful, Utopian Slumps Gallery.
2006 In Your Face: Contemporary Graphic Design, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney.
2004 Surface, Shed 14 Docklands, Melbourne.
2004 P1, Bus Gallery, Melbourne.
Online Articles & Interviews
2016 The Creators Project, Sound + Vision at the Sydney Opera House
2015 I-D Magazine, Design Studio Tin&Ed Take on Adidas
2015 Pitch-Present, Tin&Ed Studio Profile
2014 Desktop Magazine, Tin&Ed turn still life experiments into album artwork
2014 Creative Review, Record Sleeves of the Month
2011 Desktop Magazine, Studio Profile – Tin&Ed
2010 PedestrianTV, tin&ed Semi-Permanent Interview
2010 Junior, tin&ed Interview
2010 The Design Files, tin&ed interview
Printed Books & Magazines
2013 Fully Booked – Ink on Paper, Book, Gestalten (Berlin)
2012 Viscomm Book, Cambridge University Press (London, New York, Melbourne)
2011 Where they Create, Book, FRAME Publishing (Amsterdam)
2011 Speak Up! iDN extra 06 Semi-Permanent Book, idN (Hong Kong)
2010 Nylon Magazine, Nylon Holding Inc. (New York)
2010 New Illustration with Type, Book, Batsford (London)
2009 Small Studios, Book, Hesign Publishing (Shanghai/Berlin)
2007 idN Fashion issue (Volume 12 Number 3), iDN (Hong Kong)
2007 MINI International #24, BMW MINI Brand Management (Munich)