Latest Notes

Illustration of 20 cartoon faces representing the employees of Anthologie. Text: Wishing you a merry Christmas and a happy new year!

15.12.2022

Well, what an epic year! All of us here at Anthologie are buzzing for a break to recharge our creative batteries. We’re closing between Christmas and New Year, opening again on 9th January 2023. Enjoy your festive season, and here’s a big old Christmas playlist for your listening pleasure.

9 people in a row boat on the Swan River, Perth city in the background.

07.12.2022

Jenni and Hannah out on the Derbal Yerrigan this morning for their last learn to row session. Magic!!

Anthologie team in Christmas hats enjoying lunch together at a long table.

30.11.2022

Last Friday we held our annual Christmas Party, this time on a beautiful rooftop in Subiaco. There may have been karaoke after but we keep the evidence of that to ourselves.

Hannah, Adelina, Rachel, and Amy holding 3 gold skull trophies at a round table.

28.11.2022

Chicks dig skulls. Thank you PADC and huge congrats all the worthy winners and finalists! Read more on the awards

Niaal holding a microphone on stage with screen in the background displaying the text "who is this guy?" on blue.

24.11.2022

That time we did the keynote speech at UX Camp 2022. Good times.

Hisperia logo and B Corp logo over an aerial photo of a suburb at sunset with a city in the background.

23.11.2022

Our client Hesperia has achieved B Corp certification. They’re truly leading the charge in sustainability (and of course making beautiful buildings). If you haven’t already, check out their impressive portfolio. Amazing work, guys.

Graphic of 3 gold skull icons with an underwater photo of some fish in the background

21.11.2022

We are overwhelmed today to have taken out three Gold and one Bronze Skulls in the 2022 Perth Advertising and Design Club Awards – Best Digital Tools & Apps, Best Digital for Good for Global Fishing Index, Bronze for Publication design and the pinnacle, Best in Show. Check out some of the press here.

Three illustrated children's books covers on a yellow background with the Little Ripples logo.

09.11.2022

Check out these free Little Ripples eBooks we developed with the Career Industry Council of Australia, supporting parents and teachers to have positive conversations about careers with primary school kids. Download them here

Graphic with text: Delve Deeper: Panel discussion on mental health in creative industries with Andy Wright. Logos: Never Not Creative, Mentally Healthy, and IN:WA

03.11.2022

Join us for drinks and conversation as we delve deeper into the results of the Mentally Healthy survey with Andy Wright from Never Not Creative. Tuesday, 15th November at The Backlot Perth. Buy tickets

A group of people gathering in Kings Park around a male aboriginal speaker.

02.11.2022

Beautiful Boorloo weather this morning for our cultural experience at Karrgatup (Kings Park) with our friends at Ember Connect. Meg and Walter McGuire took us on a tour around Karrgatup, sharing Noongar history, bush medicine and language. We were then treated to incredible food from Bindi Bindi Dreaming. Ember Connect is an exciting new online platform connecting and elevating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women. Check it out here

Anthologie office with the team sitting on the green bleachers, a presentation projected on the wall, cheese board in the foreground.

02.11.2022

Love coming together for our quarterly staff meeting. Today our teams shared their plans for Sustainability, Wellness, Diversity & Inclusion, Creativity & Innovation and Social initiatives for 2023.

Large crowd of attendees of the UX Camp 2022 posing for a photo in auditorium

22.10.2022

Congrats to team UX Camp on a fantastic un-conference. A surprisingly fantastic format where individuals from across our industry pitch a talk – then we all vote on the ones we want to see… and the agenda is created in real time! Thanks for having us along.

AGDA award icon over a mock up of the Anthologie website on an open laptop.

20.10.2022

Three of our projects have been shortlisted as Finalists in the National 2022 AGDA AwardsJirntalpa Karnti, a beautiful book that maps Indigenous plants across the Pilbara, with Roy Hill Community Foundation and the Nyaparli People. The Australian Carbon Footprint Calculator. And our very own website! We are super proud. 

A male teacher (50s) and his past male student (20s) having a conversation on a couch. A large window in the background

18.10.2022

Today we launched Little Ripples! A campaign for the Career Industry Council of Australia (CICA), Australia’s Peak Body for the Career Industry. It was an awareness piece celebrating teachers’ lasting impact on a child’s life and career—encapsulated by the powerful idea of ripple effects. It was rolled out over a series of heart-warming videos, free resources, and an eBook series.

Imogen, Taylor, Rachel, Taylor, Ben and a Blood Donation representative in uniform holding "I gave blood today" signs.

30.09.2022

Anthologie have created a Lifeblood team for the Australian Red Cross. Every blood donation can save up to three lives! And one in three of us will need blood one day. We think that’s a bloody good reason.

Elemera logo and Climate Active logo over a photo of a female engineer in high vis in a workshop.

23.09.2022

We’re super proud of our friends at Elemera who are now an official Climate Active partner. They’re doing a bunch of initiatives worthy of your attention, they’ve worked hard to reduce emissions and optimise energy efficiency and waste management of their operations. Seriously cool. Well done, team.

Joaquin, Kate, Shannon and Hannah leaning on the slanted banister of stairs in the Anthologie Office

20.09.2022

On Friday we had some drinks at Anthologie to wrap up this years AGDA WA Mentorship programme. Wishing our mentees all the best for their next step on their design careers.

Food Bank warehouse with floor to ceiling shelves stacked with wooden palettes of various groceries.

07.09.2022

Today some of the Anthologie team visited Foodbank’s impressive headquarters. Was an incredible experience, learning about the sobering picture of food insecurity in Western Australia and the important work Foodbank is doing every single day. If you’re thinking about donating food, please consider donating the cash you’d spend at the store instead, and make three times the difference.

black and white photo of an empty warehouse with saw tooth roof windows and people walking around the space.

07.09.2022

We’ve been in our fab new space for 5 months now, here’s looking back on our slab party 18 months ago.

Four very young children holding tools in a stone quarry.

01.09.2022

Another incredible project, we’re excited to announce that Anthologie will be partnering with Walk Free to deliver the Global Slavery Index. The Global Slavery Index is the world’s most comprehensive data set of modern slavery and provides an impetus for governments, firms, NGOs, communities and individuals to mobilise powerful forces for change against these abuses of human rights.

UX CAMP logo made up of a campfire illustration shaped to resemble a U (fire) and and X (crossed wood.)

27.08.2022

Get ready for a big announcement… our very own Niaal Holder, is the Keynote Speaker for this years UX Camp in October. Get ready for dev puns and lots of passionate chat.

5 female students of various ages wearing Presbyterian Ladies College uniforms in a courtyard

26.08.2022

Thrilled to announce that we will be partnering with Presbyterian Ladies’ College (PLC) on a strategic branding process. No better cause, than educating and empowering young women to great futures.

Niaal, Eddie, Jenni, Hannah, Pascal, Drew and David outside in on stairs at the bottom of a green alley.

24.08.2022

Anthologie digital team continues to kick massive goals with appointment of new Lead Developer, David Meyer (right). Taking the team to 8 (not pictured, Zoe Chua who’s busy being a new mum).

Imogen, Jayden, Wilson, Taylor and Ben in front of a painted roller door.

24.08.2022

A reinvention of Anthologie’s creative team under new creative leadership of Wilson Bonilla (centre) with the appointment of (L-R) Imogen McCarthy (design intern turned full timer), Jayden O’Neil (creative writer), Taylor Evans (designer) and Ben Hagley (long time freelance senior designer now a permanent fixture).