Photographs by Kelsey | L O C K I N G T O N
On a warm weekend in April, within a historical ice-cream factory; Bromley & Co. released a wonderland of unique objects, paintings, sculptures, and collectables to the public. The 'Bromley Room (a very big room)' Showcase of interior design was a spectacular reveal of the 12 month West Village artists in residence - whom which successfully pulled the event together in one-week-and-a-half.
Green Light Creative, partnered with Think Business Solutions, met with David and Yuge Bromley to install the eye-catching silhouette portraits on the top level of the Peters Ice-cream Factory. The Collection, painted on plywood boards, were entwined with directional signage (also painted by Bromley), for the launch date of the 'Bromley Room'.
For more infomation, visit - bromleyandco.com
Photograph by Kelsey | L O C K I N G T O N
Northshore Hamilton is the largest waterfront, urban renewal, precinct in Brisbane. This exciting 304 hectare development is set to bloom over the next 20 years, recycling forgotten wharves into a premier precinct, blending the nautical history of yesteryear with tomorrow.
Green Light Creative has been incredibly lucky to be apart of the transition of Northshore, installing and co-ordinating the following;
Green Light Creative have also been co-ordinating the construction of Northshore's The Deck - an exciting temporary community space, housing an interactive display that has information on what's happening at Northshore. The Deck will be opening Soon!
The Final stage of Northshore will include; residential and employment opportunities, parklands, office parks, retail precincts, public and civic spaces. Visit northshorehamilton.com.au to find out more!
Were you at Brisbane's first Ice-cream festival, this year? If not that's okay, we can give you the scoop...
The West Village Ice-cream festival was the best way to see out the summer weather, melting hearts all around with a flurry of our favourite Ice-cream desserts.
Located in the historic Peters Ice-cream Factory, the festival held all things sweet and creamy, with Brisbane's coolest vendors, like; Doughnut Bar, Gelato Messina, Minus 32, Frozen Sunshine, Boss Bites, and many more. After 70 years since the closure of the Factory, it was certainly a treat to see ice-cream smothered smiles within the vicinity once again.
Not only, self-deemed taste testers; Green Light Creative were proudly apart of the production team, in conjunction with Think Business Solutions, designing and installing the signage collateral for the most anticipated festival. Including a few event toppings, like;
The historic Peters building is one of two buildings that will be preserved as part of developer Sekisui House's masterplan for West Village. An up-and-coming precinct that will include apartments, townhouses, community spaces and extensive parkland, and beautifully architected retail & food laneways.
With the success of the first Ice-cream festival, there is no doubt that the festival will be an annual treat for Brisbanites!
See you there!