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I Knew Jack O’Neill – A Tribute

I Knew Jack O’Neill // Screen writing “Kudos to O’Neill for this masterpiece!” BEACHGRIT Jack O’Neill –  trail blazer, inventor of the wetsuit, is one of those cultural figures who manages to transgress boundaries, beyond the notion of brand to the heady realm of surfing pioneer….

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Ripple Effect: Moog

  Moog // Screen writing Bob Moog was a musical maverick and inventor of the ground breaking modular synthesiser – the Moog. Working with some of the most influential names in music, he created created a seismic shift in the sonic landscape building an instrument that…

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Ripple Effect: Juxtapoz

Juxtapoz // Screen writing Blending the essences of punk rock, psychedelics, hot rod culture and pulp comics, fine artist Robert Williams founded the “Low Brow” art movement, kick starting a creative revolution. (If you’re unfamiliar with Robert’s work, check it out HERE, the detail, backstory…

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Ripple Effect: Wired

In 1993 Louis Rossetto and Jane Metcalfe launched WIRED, a magazine that would go on to become the mouthpiece of the digital revolution, fusing art design and technology to spearhead the charge into a brave new World Wide Web. Today WIRED is read by some…

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