St. Thomas Studio and Bleach* Festival present The Golden Sans Project.
A photographic documentation of the Gold Coast’s urban and residential signage. Art Director, Andrew Suggit,explores the regions place making through the lens of typography.
The Golden Sans Project will feature select limited edition prints and a 76 page book.
Thursday 13 March 2014
6 - 9pm
St. Thomas Studio
66 Thomas Drive, Chevron Island.
STUDIO OPEN HOURS
Thurs 13 Mar - Sun 16 Mar
Fri 21 Mar - Sun 23 Mar
The Golden Sans Project recently spoke with Nolan Giles to discuss the project, thoughts on the Gold Coast,
and to share some of the rare architectural finds during the documentation process of TGSP.
This formed part of an excellent 12 page article he wrote for MONOCLE Magazine, with photography by Toby Scott.
It is a great read with amazing imagery that really captures the beauty of the coast that is often over shadowed by negative press. Available NOW.
Recently The Golden Sans Project was interviewed by Design Montage about the past, present and future of The Project.
We were also invited to participate in the relaunch of the new Brisbane based creative hub which features interviews, events and news from Australia and beyond.
We collaborated with Joyce Ho, Creative Lead a Studio Breeder on a limited edition two colour A2 screen print which is now available at DM.
The full interview is available available HERE:
This Friday, 27th September 2013 sees the opening of ‘Love Letters’, Claudio Kirac’s second solo exhibition exploring notions of life, love, loss and balance.
The show is being held at St. Thomas Studio which marks the introduction of an important new stage for creative industries on the Gold Coast, and The Golden Sans Project is honoured to be showing in the space in 2014.
So get down to S.TS and experience some amazing artwork that will be sure to move quickly if CK’s first show is anything to go by.
66 Thomas Drive, Chevron Island
Gold Coast, QLD
Friday 27th September
6PM – 9PM
Sept 27 – Oct 11 2013
The Golden Sans Project was recently interviewed by Collective about the birth of TGSP and some insight into the thought process and plans for the future.
Collective is a quarterly print publication bringing back quality print, one issue at a time to the streets of the Gold Coast.
The full interview is availableHERE.
The Ampersans Show is now hanging at the Dust Temple at Currumbin. Drop by, grab a coffee, have a look & buy as much art as humanly possible to support Gold Coast creatives making great things happen.!
WHEN: FROM SATURDAY 14 SEPTEMBER | 7AM - 4PM DAILY
WHERE: 54 CURRUMBIN CREEK ROAD, CURRUMBIN
To learn more about The Dust Temple, Gold Coast based publication, Collective Magazine, recently interviewed them — HERE
The Old Burleigh Theatre Arcade was recently replaced by this monstrosity. Character and charm replaced by a lick of brown paint and the first version of photoshop.
The Golden Sans Project Presents 'Ampersans' went down last night at The Cambus Wallace on the Gold Coast and formed the after party to the hugely successful Typism Conference.
Artists / Designers & Art Directors were asked to respond to the brief 'Ampersand' and was the first curated show by TGSP and the results were truly amazing and a credit to the Gold Coast creative community.
A HUGE shout out to The Cambus Wallace for hosting the show, a 'must visit' venue on the Gold Coast, and also Dave Lydiard, Josh Thorsen, Dougal Jackson, Chris Humphies (for drilling holes in the ship) and Jaimée Keyer for shooting all the Artwork.
*If you are interested in any of the works below, you can either visit the links and contact the artist directly or email email@example.com and I can point you in the right direction.
TONIGHT — The Ampersans Art Show, presented by The Golden Sans Project is a small Group Art Show that forms the after party to the Typism Inspiration Conference. After the Conference, come on down to The Cambus Wallace for a tipple, chat and see some Ampersands. It's that easy.
Last Saturday night at the Dust Temple, The Golden Sans Project donated an image set in three frames for "Dust your Hands Off: Our Community serving their Community Charity Fundraiser.
A Great Cause, A Great Community, A Great Art Space and A Great Night.
'Triconic' — Three iconic Gold Coast type pieces.
The Letter Ee. Now live.