Callum Preston is an Artist, designer and general jack of all trades type person from Melbourne Australia. A member of the Everfresh crew and studio, he built his design career from the world of punk and hardcore music in his late teenage years, music based design is still a huge part of his work, but has grown to include many other facets. Currently working on a range of projects, from merch and fashion prints, branding and sign writing, set design for TV, interior design and construction of popular Brunswick st restaurant Smith & Daughters and Smith & Deli, and last year mounted his first solo exhibition comprising of 64 works based around the Back To The Future movies, including a full size wooden replica of the Delorean.
He is self taught and prides himself on travelling the less conventional D.I.Y do it yourself path when it comes to building a creative career.
(Photo Credit: Ryan Cookson)
Art + Design Entrepreneurship in the Digital Age
In this panel discussion, we unpack how artists & designers have utilised social media and digital technology to increase their influence, reach and exposure for passion projects.
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Young & Lost
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