Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Published By


Published By, the latest client in ARC’s fashion division, blurs the line between art, science and fashion - crafting sculptural, 3D printed accessories. Using 3D printing technology and expert craftsmanship, Published By create unique, architectural accessories that approach sustainability with a new lens. 

The stone bags are crafted from 3D printed ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) then deep surface galvanised using recycled car parts. Bags are lined with soft flock which is made from recycled fibres.

Founder Christoph says “3D printing presents the ability to revolutionise the fashion industry. By eliminating the need for buying minimums in bulk, having the ability to craft unique parts within 24 hours and design beyond the constraints of traditional manufacturing, the fashion industry has the ability to reduce waste and push boundaries of creativity through

the use of 3D printing.

PUBLISHED BY is available online at www.published-by.com.



Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Ruby Rose "Owns It" In Latest G-Star SS'19 Campagin

G-Star inspires and strengthens unique personalities with their latest brand campaign, speaking to the confident, the outspoken and the ones who don’t just follow pre- established rules.

A notable name and the perfect embodiment of what G-Star stands for is Australian actress, model and presenter Ruby Rose. Understanding the missed opportunity in simply fitting in, Ruby teamed up with the denim brand to celebrate all those who know they were born to stand out. The campaign solidifies this feeling in their tagline, by inviting everyone to join and celebrate what sets them apart: “It’s you. Own it”.

In Ruby’s own words: “I’ve always been a fan of G-Star, their attitude really aligns with my passion and respect for our planet. In this specific campaign, I love how G-Star motivates us to embrace who we are and feel confident in doing so. Denim has a magical way of attributing to that confidence.”

Friday, March 08, 2019


On the 28th of February one of the best bars in the world opens in Surry Hills.

In less than two weeks, Matt Whiley of Scout (London) will open a second outpost of his lauded drinking den in Sydney’s Surry Hills.

The European bartender of the year was looking for an opportunity to spread his wings and after working with Maurice Terzini for the first time, bringing Scout to Icebergs Dining Room for a one-day event last year, Matt found his opportunity to bring his award-winning drinks and bar to Sydney.

“I have a particular take on cocktails where I like to blur the lines of what a drink can be. I'm really excited to share this with the Australian industry and community” says Scout creator Matt Whiley.

Scout Sydney will be part science laboratory part bar. Like it’s London counterpart, it will feature a purpose-built laboratory (an Australian first) where Matt & team will concoct their drinks lists, combining Matt’s love for Australian produce (‘some of the best in the world’ according to Matt) and his passion for drinks.

“I’ve been distilling a host of things like Pepperbery, Strawberry gum, watermelon, wattle seed and wax leaf. We will also feature our home-made fruit wines which we’ve become famous for in London, something which I have developed over the last 5 years.”

Whiley has assembled a crack bar team for his Sydney branch. Calling back on teammates from his London outpost and recruiting some new Australian talent, the Scout team will deliver a unique service experience, with a tip to European hospitality putting the focus back on the drinker.

“The lab at scout will feature state of the art equipment that we use each day for all cocktails”, says Matt, hoping to foster Scout’s approach to drinking amongst emerging bar talent in Australia, “I want the bar and laboratory to be a training ground for Australian bartenders.”

The food will feature a menu by Monty Koludrovic, inspired by Scout’s drinks menu and ethos and will continue to change and evolve in line with the drinks menu. Dishes will be simple and refined, a modern take on bar snacks and finger food. The space will feature a unique entrance way, its own distinct look and feel, with every aspect of the build having been meticulously poured over by Whiley and his builders.


“Matthew is a highly motivated individual that has an incredible commitment to his craft. He has done what I am always trying to achieve in my career; respected the traditions, but created his own. His approach to the new modern cocktail is inspirational to say the least.”– Maurice Terzini.

Where: Scout Sydney, Level 2, 412 Crown Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010



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