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1-OK CLUB launches at the National Gallery of Victoria

August 6, 2015

A product of Melbourne-based designers Dale Hardiman and Andre Hnatojko, the 1 OK-Club aims to encourage and facilitate the work of designers at varying stages of their career.

All images appear courtesy of 1-ok.club.

The 1-OK CLUB launched at the National Gallery of Victoria this week, with a collection for the Gallery’s Ian Potter Design Store.

‘Don 1’ by Practise Studio Practise

‘Don 1’ by Practise Studio Practise

 

Running from 6 August to 7 September, the 1-OK CLUB is a representation and distribution platform for Australian designers. Initiated by Melbourne-based designers Dale Hardiman and Andre Hnatojko, the Club aims to encourage and facilitate the work of designers at varying stages of their career.

‘Magic Lamp’ by Hugh Altschwager (Inkstermaken)

‘Magic Lamp’ by Hugh Altschwager (Inkstermaken)

 

The 1-OK CLUB works to create a new vision relating to design practice in Australia by supporting and enabling innovation and experimentation. Since the need for the demand-and-supply relationship inherent in the commercial design market is bypassed, the products remain exclusive.

‘Bull….! (V)’ by Porcelain Bear

‘Bull….! (V)’ by Porcelain Bear


www.1-ok.club

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