One little piece of endless sky
One little piece of endless sky is a creative collaboration between fine dining Chef Luke Piccolo of Limone Dining and artist Hape Kiddle of Bidgee Studio.
Together they explore what it means to live under the big skies of the Riverina in a fusion of art and food.
Both Luke and Hape approached us at Straight Lines to help with the design and promotion of the intimate dining series and free public exhibition.
With this project, we wanted to provide a really high quality and thoughtful response to our brief given that the concept behind these events is quite unique for Griffith.
Our concept was to showcase a fusion of art & food by createing a unique image series for the event promotional material. We used Hape’s woodwork carving on a plate with food trimming by Luke and worked with Sarah Brown Photography to create the final images.
Both artists hands feature in the image used for the dining series, as these events are very intimate and provide extra insight into the full process of this collaboration.
The clean final dish image was used to promote the exhibition.
The marketing material included a poster, flyer, invitations, facebook events and press releases for both events.
Collaborating with other creatives on a unique project which highlights the food and art scene in Griffith, and features as part of Taste Riverina Food Festival 2017, is always a really rewarding experience