We’ve been teasing you about this for quite some time now, but the wait is finally over. Welcome to the 2016 edition of the Hunting Collective, a unique collaboration with Australian artists curated by Hunting for George.
This is the second edition of Hunting for George’s Hunting Collective. This year each artist received a blank Hunting for George timber clock and an open brief, which resulted in 12 incredible time machines.
The Hunting Collective collaboration is a passion project pioneered by Hunting for George Co-founder and Brand Director Lucy Glade-Wright.
“The Hunting Collective means a great deal to me. I have always been fascinated by the creative process and the Hunting Collective allows me to explore the processes of some of Australia’s most talented artists. Our main objective behind this project is to document and share these creative stories in a bid to inspire a new collection of Australian talent.” Lucy Glade-Wright
This years Hunting Collective involves an impressive collection of artists and Hunting for George are proud to have expanded its reach to include artists from New South Wales and Queensland as well as Victoria.
Here are the 2016 Hunting Collective Artists:
This project also highlights Australian business and supplier or all Hunting for George clocks, Waverley Industries. An independent business that provides support and employment for people with disabilities. Hunting for George are proud to partner with Waverley Industries on this project.
All 12 clocks will be available via online auction with proceeds going back to the artists and suppliers.
The online auction closes Friday 9 September. You can view the clocks in person at the Hunting for George showroom:
Friday 2 September : 12-6
Saturday 3 September: 10-5
31 Wangaratta Street
Richmond, Victoria, Australia
The clocks will only be available to view at these times, be sure not to miss out on this incredible exhibition.
From left to right: Cam Stynes, Leona Fietz, Beci Orpin, Sara Hingle, Ren Pidgeon and Georgia Harvey, Bobby Clarke, Geoffrey Carran, Sarah Kelk, Otis Carey, Amy Wright, Nathan Johnson and Andrea Shaw.