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Join the dots
(The Mighty Yarra)

Love the Yarra is a series of community programs designed to raise awareness of how Victorians of all ages can do their part to help protect and care for our waterway.

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Play that card again

Poster series inspired by the British 1930′s card game ‘Sorry!’. Sorry is a game in which one player controls the moves of four red men and four yellow men, drawing for, and moving men of each colour ALTERNATELY.

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Join the dots
(Federal Budget)

On Tuesday 13 May 2014, the Commonwealth Treasurer, The Honourable Joe Hockey MP delivered Australia’s 2014 Federal Budget.*

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Massive Letraslapica

Medium: 3 colour screen print hand drawn and screenprinted on clear adhesive vinyl.

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The wrong Brooklyn

Drawn with texta and ink, with adhesive Ben Day dot sheets (Letraset) used to provide tone. The wrong Brooklyn is part of a greater series exploring place and identity.

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Letraslapica Sticker Pack

Mini Graff Letraslapica Sticker Packs. Packaging and stickers hand-printed and hand-cut by Mini Graff.

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Poster boy

The AFP/Getty photograph of Armstrong displaying a ‘series 7’ placard during a start of the Tour de France in 2005 alludes to his future victories as he went on to win seven uninterrupted titles. When the image was juxtaposed with the text ‘poster boy’, a headline taken from an article in the same publication, it took on a new meaning that exemplified the situation.

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Roadhouse
No.11 – 16

The Roadhouse Series of poster prints explore the power of corporate branding and its impact on our lives, particularly on our childhood. Three of the Roadhouse Series featured in PRIVACY, an exhibition of poster prints by Mini Graff.

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Got Beef

One of the first print series off the table for her 2011 PRIVACY show at Megalo Print Studio, Canberra.

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Raticus Maximus

A.R.P is back and this year will be transforming shopfronts and surrounding laneways into vibrant exhibition spaces.

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