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Patton’d Studios is incredibly proud to release the promotional video for ICONN following the conference’s conclusion last Friday. The video presented a dual opportunity to showcase the Studio’s growing video and motion graphics capabilities in addition to providing conference-goers with some unexpected entertainment.  The footage itself is the product of iron filings, a suspension of …

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Last week we launched our Adobe Illustrator and Design Workshop at Deakin University’s Burwood campus. Over two days, participants were taken through the in’s and out’s of Adobe Illustrator; a notoriously mind-bending software, Ai has claimed many-a-person’s sanity – particularly over that pesky pen tool!  Step-by-step, our creative in chief Molly went through everything; from …

First Illustrator and Design Workshop for Researchers a Hit! Read More »

This month’s cover of Chemical Communications by Patton’d Studios, communicates the great research of A/Prof. Jenny Pringle from Deakin University: “A novel class of gas separation membrane based on organic ionic plastic.” Step 1: Photograph of plastic crystals Step 2: Compositing with nano-fibres Step 3: Creating the abstract artwork The photograph depicts the same organic …

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The Australian Academy of Science’s Encyclopedia Britannica Collection has made the Friday, June 17 edition of the Wall Street Journal. The publication found the image taken by Patton’d Studios’ Creative Director Molly at the Academy’s 2016 Science Awards Conference in Canberra, Australia via the hashtag #encyclopediabritannica used on her Instagram post of the collection. “I didn’t actually …

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Congratulations to Patton’d Studios’ Creative Director Molly Patton who took out the 2016 SUPL PhotoWalk People’s Award; a biennial competition in which randomly selected applicants are given the opportunity to walk through and photograph research centres around the globe and enter them in a worldwide competition. Molly’s image was taken 1km underground in the mining town …

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