Decorated Pointe Shoes for Create

'Let your light shine' and 'Beautiful War on the Feet' were created for The Create Project. The Create Project was the brain child of 'Friends of the Australian Ballet South Australia' and was launched in 2013. An international first, the project captures the magic of ballet, fashion, art and design as leading Australian designers transform Bloch's iconic Pointe Shoes into timeless works of art in support of The Australian Ballet.

The Grill concept illustrations

Working with the idea of archetypes and folk lore to develop graphic concepts for The Grill. Both of these concepts were left out of the final solution. Head up to The Grill Restaurant at the Stirling Hotel to see the final graphics and the new menus.

Green Bites concept work

Displayed here are some concept ideas for Green Bites. An asian/vietnamese eatery coming soon to Gawler Place. We are working through the finer details of the signage and packaging. Please check back for more as this one comes to fruition.

Nature and simplicity in a kitchen

Down to earth clients with a love for nature and simplicity wanted to create a family home with room to breathe. Their brief asked for an earthy palette of woods and natural stones intercepted with crisp, cleans whites for simplicity and longevity. The Enoki Woof Stools make a feature at the readily used kitchen bench.

Visiting the insects of Building 3

Recently we visited Building 3 of Charles Campbell College to check the install of new environmental graphics designed by Enoki. Colourful screens of nature-inspired graphic imagery bring the new learning pod re-fitted by the Department of Planning Transport and Infrastructure to life. The vibrant large-scale pin-able surfaces add impact to the space, and the interesting facts about featured insects encourage further learning. Its great to see the new vinyl selections work a treat.

Hello 2015!

As January has already come to a close, we at Enoki are looking forward to what is going to be an exciting year, full of collaborative and distinctive projects. On the interior agenda are a vast array of residential projects, a cellar door, an addition to the Adelaide Central Market and a ‘shed’ in the Adelaide Hills. And joining the revitalisation of Adelaide laneways, La Buvette (owned by wine savvy Dominique Lentz) will soon open it’s doors on Gresham Street. On the graphic agenda is some long awaited book and publication projects, continued environmental graphic projects for two schools, identity development for multiple clients, more wine labels for Adelaide Hills producers and the possibility of an exciting collaboration abroad.
Here’s to 2015 and all it beholds…