re:vision blog

20 Jul

on finding inspiration

Inspiration can be a slippery thing, one minute you’ve got a real handle on what inspires you, the next it all seems to get a bit fuzzy and other concerns seem to get in the way of what can enthuse us and really make us achieve and feel connected with purpose. Recently I had the

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02 Jul

on the value of professionals

We seem to live in the age of the gifted amateur, Masterchef and the Voice and home renovation shows all share the same idea, that almost anyone can become truly fabulous at anything if they try hard enough and there’s an awful lot to like about that idea. Hard work and commitment will definitely get

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10 Jun

everything old is new again

Its interesting to see that handmade goods and analogue processes are having a resurgence over recent years. Digital technology has changed the way we do many things, from taking photographs to navigating our way around cities. The availability of information means that most people in the developed world can research almost anything and learn entirely

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15 Apr


RE:VISION MEETS REART Just announced : Our photographer, jeweller and resident camera nerd Craig Arnold, once again takes his creative skills from day to night, with his re:vision camera lens cuffs selected for the International Upcycling Exhibition Reart, opening 22 April 2015 at M2 Gallery, 450 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills NSW. If you’re in Sydney,

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14 Oct

lasting change

While the dominant economic theory of our consumer culture is all about maximizing growth (and profits), there are more and more voices wondering if this capitalist model is worth while. From a business perspective, growth and profits at all cost frequently ends up being a way to lose customers, not to mention its a pretty

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16 Sep

Some ‘Random’ inspiration

Recently the team behind re:vision ideas, she creative, was asked to participate in the ‘Random’ public art project for the city of Holdfast Bay. The whole idea of the Random art project is to have various local artists install original ideas that will engage locals and visitors in various locations at Glenelg and Brighton. After

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08 Jul

its a cheap trick

There’s been a shift in peoples spending (and thinking) over the last few years, largely driven by the online discount phenomenon, and the trend is pretty much this: get it for the cheapest price! Now obviously comparative shopping makes sense and if you are choosing between two products of the same quality, it’s a little

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20 Jun

small reflections

There’s an old photography quote ‘the best camera is the one you have with you’. Meaning you can have the latest and greatest megapixel gadget but if you leave it home its not going to do much for your image making. This has never been more true, as the vast majority of images that people

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02 Jun

MAD exhibition pieces

Today at re:vision we thought we’d supply a little more information about our jewellery pieces currently featured at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, in the ‘Multiple Exposures’ exhibition. The first pieces are three abstract ‘corrosion’ brooches, featuring original photographic images of weathered and corroded subjects, sublimated onto brushed steel. The second

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