Posted in Design, Public Space, Water by martypsmith on October 29, 2009


MX News__pg. 11, Thursday October 29, 2009

Commuting home this evening I noticed an image which struck a chord with one of  Undone’s contributor invite photographs…

Powerful visual?


Melbourne Art Critic

Posted in Art, Public Space, Publicity by martypsmith on October 5, 2009

“a mischievous or malicious person who plays tricks, practical jokes, etc., at the expense of another.”

Is this really Undone?

Critic 1Critic 2


Gertrude Street Projection Festival

Posted in Art, Public Space, Publicity, undone: Installations, Water by martypsmith on October 5, 2009




Undone’s ‘Bucket Down’ short movie was successfully excepted into the 2009 Gertrude Street Projection Festival.

Located in Melbourne’s CBD lanes, ‘bucket down’ is part of a new wave of communication addressing environmental sustainability. This public installation is one of many creative responses to the lack of credible forms of communication addressing the issue.


Future Station Designs

Posted in Design, Entertainment, Future, Public Space, Transport by jamesgolden on May 21, 2009

Picture 3I ran into this exhibition at Flinders St. It was actually a really nice exhibition. Didn’t have my camera with me, but I tracked this down.


When thinking about it

Picture 4Stuttgart 21


Good old Southern Cross


Particulalry like bit ’21st century travel experience’

so progressive

The Bubble Project

Posted in Art, Design, Interactive, Public Space, undone: Installations by Luke Henley on May 20, 2009

Green Graffiti

Posted in Business, Design, Public Space, undone: Installations by Luke Henley on May 20, 2009

Picture 10

Green Graffiti: marketing company from Amsterdam.

They use high pressure hoses and a stencil to clean the dirt off street pavement and leave behind any company logo, mark or slogan you choose. They say the impression can last anywhere from two weeks to seven months. Reverse graffiti, not a bad idea.



Posted in Public Space, Transport by Luke Henley on May 12, 2009



This is part of DKNY’s new advertising to boast about their commitment to alternative transportation and the money they’ve given to the city to promote a better environment for biking.


Posted in Entertainment, Public Space by Luke Henley on May 12, 2009

PARK(ing) Day is an annual, one-day, global event where artists, activists, and citizens collaborate to temporarily transform metered parking spots into “PARK(ing)” spaces: temporary public parks.