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A site for sore eyes

The new CB website has been launched with an updated design and identity incorporating feedback from a variety of industry professionals. The design is more functional and user-friendly. Based on art direction from Eddie Zammit, Terri van Hattum was engaged to deliver the web design and development component of the new CB branding. Van Hattum […]

Totes amazing!

In May 2021, CB partnered with newly formed Art Aid to create custom printed tote bags for their customers at the launch of their store in Melbourne Central. Founder Christopher Skyner says, “Art Aid is reliant on the generosity of many partners, especially during our conception stage. CB were amongst the first to put up […]

The grass is always greener

Established in 2019, Grass Fires has gained a cult following among young creatives, quickly becoming one of Australia’s most revered print magazines. With subcultural affiliations spanning contemporary art, skateboarding, music, and pop culture, Grass Fires shines a light on the people at the top of their game in these spheres, blurring the line between lowbrow […]

For art’s sake!

In October 2020, CB worked with Radio Velvet to deliver a range of kids tees for Disney and their licensing properties Marvel and Star Wars. “We were thrilled to be engaged by Angus Kingsmill, head of Radio Velvet – an art series brand pushing boundaries,” says John Storms. “CB ticked all the boxes for us,” […]

Brand new, new brand

The CB identity was created in the form of a capsule, a reference to a ‘collection’ of apparel. says T-world Creative Director Eddie Zammit. Zammit, met CB owners John and Lauren Storms in 2020 and has been working on CB’s new look for the past 6 months. “This redesign has been a long time coming […]


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