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Sue Doeksen for Qantas Business

November 8, 2017 Sue Doeksen’s bright and bold conceptual illustrations for Qantas Magazine. Harnessing the power of data – the analytics of consumer shopping habits,  nano satellites connecting everything globally, artificial intelligence cutting the hours needed to edit massive legal documents, introducing biological sensors into the digital realm with dogs being taught to sniff out pests and disease in vineyards while wearing a backpack containing an app and healthy heart habits monitored through an app.

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Sarah Hankinson for DreamLab

November 2, 2017  Watercolour artist Sarah Hankinson painted a dreamy night sky for use across various print, online and television collateral for the DreamLab initiative developed by the Garvan Institute of Medical Research and Vodafone Foundation. Download the app and donate the processing power of your mobile phone to cancer research while you sleep. Technology we love. Watch the TVC here… Thank you to  J. Walter Thompson Worldwide, Sydney.

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Bren Luke for SBS Digital Publishing interactive documentary

August 31, 2017 The talented team at SBS have produced this compelling read – A Violent Act – Perspectives on a Double Murder. INTERACTIVE DOCUMENTARY: The case of the 2003 student murders in Sydney remains open. Who killed Tony Tan and Chow Lyang?

Bren Luke was commissioned to illustrate the details of the crime scene before and after, murder weapons, and scenes as described by witnesses in their testimony. Wonderful example of digital publishing, thank you SBS for the fantastic brief.

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