Design Hunter Q+A: SOPHEAP PICH

Cambodian Artist + Sculptor spends a lot of time on YouTube - at least when he's not creating.

Design Hunter Q+A: Shelley Boyd

Today's Design Hunter is a workaholic, a lover of seafood and the fonder of national wholesale company Boyd Blue.

Design Hunter Q+A: Sarah Beetson

UK born artist Sarah Beetson always wanted to be an illustrator like Quentin Blake, and she achieved it.

Design Hunter Q+A: Tobias Gutmann

Swiss artist Tobias Gutmann (aka Face-o-mat), uses illustration as a tool for interaction. Making a guest appearance at Supergraph festival in Melbourne shortly, we have a chat.

Design Hunter Q+A: Mikala Tai

Deep in the midst of organising Supergraph, we catch up with one talented young Design Hunter, Mikala Tai.

Design Hunter Q+A: Gabi & Pawel of Resident GP

Gabit & Pawel are Design Hunters - literally. As owners of an online homewares store their job is to continuously hunt out design.

Design Hunter Q+A: Saran Yen Panya

Designer and Art-director of 56thStudio Saran Yen Panya is inspired by the mundane.

Artist and textile designer Shilo Engelbrecht

Artist and textile designer on the rise Shilo Engelbrecht gleaned inspiration from Greece’s sacred, UNESCO world heritage site, Delos for her recent small capsule collection Andamento

Design Hunter Q+A: James Pratt of Exit Eighty Six

James Pratt says Brisbane is "vibeing." He also says " Design Hunters will make their own mark and follow their own movement." We think he's spot on.

Design Hunter Q+A: Peter and Åsa of Phoebe Lamps

Their favourite functional product is the tooth brush. They make lamps. Here we speak to Peter Harding & Åsa Jonasson of the wonderful Phoebe Lamps.

Design Hunter Q+A: Diego Molina & Maria Arango of Ong&Ong

Diego and Maria are the architects behind Ong & Ong, Singapore-based architect firm. We have a chat.

Design Hunter Q+A: Studio Pardon

With their home as their studio, their studio their home, the Studio Pardon, Lise and Ben, are a true Design Hunters. Here we talk teddy bears and pastry, not sitting and the DAA...

Design Hunter Q+A: Sally Taylor

With their relatively new recycled timber furniture business Timbermill growing steadily, director Sally Taylor is suitably inspired. She loves fresh flowers, Japanese food, and champagne, and of course, wood.


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