STREET ART AT HQ
Our Hawthorn store & head office building had an exciting make over recently. We wanted to transform a normally dull white wall into something fun and exciting with a summer vibe... Enter: Daniel Wenn!
Daniel Wenn is a graffiti artist and graphic designer from Melbourne with a real reputation for eye catching street art!
Dan has been involved with graffiti since he was 10 years old and has built up a business around his passion; street art/graffiti - 90 Degrees Graffiti Artists for Hire.
Dan and the 90 Degrees crew produce murals of the highest quality in a diverse range of styles for residential and commercial clients. His personal style is a mix of traditional graffiti lettering with cartoon graphic elements and original character designs. More recently he has focused on painting in a photo-realistic style. All of his work is built on original concepts and well researched themes. Whilst we wanted a bright coloured summer inspired mural, we left the brief rather open and Dan's creative talent did not disappoint!
Dan has had numerous works published in graffiti magazines, Vogue Living, Broadsheet and recently had a feature article in The Herald Sun. You can see his work around Melbourne at Hellenic Republic, Jimmy Grants, Forester’s Beer Hall, Captain Baxter, The Meatball and Wine Bar, Feast of Merit and now ECO D. !
If you haven't had the chance yet, come down to 716 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn to see Dan's brilliant work!
For more information on 90 Degrees Graffiti Artists, visit www.90degrees.graffitiartistsforhire.com.au.
30.09.14 | Ecod Shop | News
Our New Look Mosman Boutique
Our Mosman store has had a facelift and looking better than ever, with thanks to Tamsin Johnson; the brains behind the new look store.
Sydney based interior designer, Tamsin Johnson, has a distinctive way of mixing interior styling with unique furniture pieces to create spaces that are eclectic and refined without feeling over designed. She has an elegant contemporary taste and her palette is clean and fresh, open and light.
The inspiration for the ECO D. Mosman store design was very much focused on creating a clean backdrop for the collection. The intention was to let the clothes do the talking.
Tamsin explains that the approach was to bring the store back to a lovely clean and fresh canvas with a modern and urban edge. A slightly sporty approach was taken with the inclusion of the folded metal and rubber joinery surfaces. The carpeted and linen draped fitting rooms are spacious and comfortable creating a little oasis away from the busy streets outside. It's an inviting boutique environment providing customers with the comfort to focus on creating their seasonal wardrobe with personal service.
04.09.14 | Ecod Shop | News