New Farm and Districts Historical Society

Aug 18, 2014

It’s obvious to those who know me that my Teneriffe illustrations combine my love of architecture, history and design. My interest in history began in 2005 when I was the lead graphic designer on the Dandiiri Maiwar exhibition at the Queensland Museum, and it’s grown as I’ve continued a close working relationship with the Museum of Brisbane.

Last month I donated a framed edition of one of my Teneriffe screenprints to the New Farm and Districts Historical Society for a lucky door prize. The story appears in the August 2014 issue of the Society’s newsletter and reads:

Presentations galore

Denise Buckby (wearing the army cap) was in ‘military character’ to do the honours for the Lucky Door Prize for the 95 attendees at the July meeting. Gail Brennan (top right) was presented with a print of a Teneriffe ‘suburbscape’ by its designer, Liesbeth Thie (pictured beside her).

Prints can be purchased online at my Etsy shop, at New Farm Editions and will soon be stocked at the Museum of Brisbane shop in City Hall.