romany mollison


Arts Centre Melbourne

Arts Centre Melbourne launched the New Hamer Hall in 2012, after a major redevelopment. In time for the launch, ‘Collections On Cue’ was created – a mobile self-guided tour of the Public Art Collection and Performing Arts Collection.

Romany Mollison designed the brass plaques engraved with the details of the artworks in the Collection, which added the final touches to a wonderful refurbishment.


Bruny Island Cheese Company

Bruny Island Cheese was recently crowned Telstra 2013 Australian Business of the Year and has achieved great success by marketing its products directly to an online customer base that now includes over 10,000 members.

Romany Mollison Design works closely with Bruny Island Cheese to produce their signage, banners and point of sale for the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival and the Taste of Tasmania. Consistency with the brand message is crucial whilst maintaining a fresh and engaging delivery to their online community.


The Royal Victorian Eye & Ear Hospital

For their Donor Board, the Eye & Ear Hospital wanted an appealing and engaging artwork to showcase their donors, benefactors and supporters that could be enjoyed by patients, staff and visitors to the hospital.

Working under her other guise as artist, Romany Mollison created an original 5m x 1m artwork in acrylic and charcoal on timber, with an overlay of lettering on perspex. It needed to enhance the space and represent the 'tactile nature of the senses'. Romany Mollison Design coordinated all steps of the process from vision, creation, and supervision of the final art piece installation.