Together, Marco Cicchianni and Deni Jones are a force to be reckoned with. As the front guns for Cul-de-Sac, an Adelaide-based creative agency and production house, they’re providing a sense of know-how when it comes to branding, design, art direction, and styling. But wait, there’s more: The multitasking duo has become a hot favorite with the Aussie gypset of late, thanks to an innovative roundup of limited-edition giclée prints (read: digital works created on ink-jet printers).
The designs are a marvel in many ways. But are they an outright nod of respect to the Pop art movement, or an appreciative wink to Danish and Italian design from the fifties and sixties?
“They’re a combination of both, teamed with our own aesthetics,” says Jones, who brings her sartorial panache to the mix (she worked for Giorgio Armani in Milan for several years prior to returning to Adelaide in 2008, so she knows a thing or two about what makes the cut). “The prints are a good indication of where we’re going next in terms of interior products,” she adds. Coming soon: a collection of bespoke wallpapers. Bring it on.
For more information, visit www.cul-de-sac-prints.com.
Photos: Courtesy of Cul-de-Sac