We are so excited to feature the very radical Marsha Golemac, creative designer and paper artist extraordinaire! Marsha was recently asked to play host to Style Lab at life instyle Melbourne 2014 held at the Royal Exhibition Building. For those of you who don’t know, Style Lab is an interactive display showcasing the latest trends and design-led products. Each day, the host creates a new scene, made live each morning of the event.
Way back when, Marsha spent many years working with the talented team at Kikki K, creating stationery and homewares before going freelance. She now teaches paper artistry at Megan Morton’s ‘The School‘ and works in all design realms from interior styling to photography. If that wasn’t cool enough, she has also collaborated with and created installations for fashion labels such as Gorman, Incu and life instyle exhibitors, Megan Park, Kate & Kate and UASHMAMA. Does this woman ever sleep?
Marsha sure knows how to style, her show stopping scenes and bold styling choices are one-of-a-kind. life instyle shares: “Marsha’s work can only be described as infectiously inspiring, fresh and unique.” We had the pleasure of donating Grange Offset for the paper art used in her scenes and how good is this, once Style Lab was finished, Marsha returned the paper and we re-purposed it to make notepads for our factory outlet Pedigree. If any of you find yourselves with left over stock, feel free to bring it back and we will put it to good use.