(A-Z)

A Girl

Beddy Rays

Billy Xane

Fisher

Flume

G Flip

Genesis Owusu

Hayden James

King Stingray

Kobie Dee

Latifa Tee

Little Fritter

Mallrat

Mansionair

Ninajirachi

Peach PRC

Spacey Jane

Stand Atlantic

Stormzy

Telenova

The Wombats

Toro Y Moi*

YNG Martyr

Young Franco

1300

Guilty Pleasures by Levins

Brittany De Marco*

Clique*

Haylee Karmer*

Jack Burton*

Tekito*

Miroji*

Shaka J*

Waxlily*

Sesame Girl*

Dean Turnley**

Corey Ryan**

Gangz**

LASHES**

Mason Flint**

Sweat Dreams DJs**

Friends of Friends***

Jynx House DJs***

Saint Lane***

Siala***

WIIGZ***

*Canberra only
**ballarat only
*** Gold Coast only

Firepop

Blackbear BBQ

Birdman

Mr Shish

Burger Head

Ryan Gozleme

Empire Pizza

Rolling Schnitzel

Greek Street

Chips On A Stick

Dos Amigos

Spilt Milk’s visual arts are created in partnership with Studio A, Australia’s leading art studio for
artists living with intellectual disabilities. www.studioa.org.au

Thom Roberts

Meagan Pelham

Greg Sindel

Emily Crockford

Katrina Brennan

Jaycee Kim

 

Seda Saar is an Iranian artist, who built a career as an award-winning Interior Designer for corporations like Apple, AT & T, and Intel in Silicon Valley. Her career brought her to Los Angeles in 1989 working with architectural studios like Disney Stores, Iwerks Entertainment, and BRC Imagination Arts as a themed entertainment designer before designing for Universal’s Island of Adventures and a number of other major theme parks in the 90s.

Her focus slowly changed from themed entertainment to fine art and her second career as an artist was born. To this date, she has exhibited nationally and internationally. This includes participation in many art fairs including Saatchi Art, The Other Art Fair, LA Artshow, Art Miami, group exhibitions in London, New York, and Tokyo.

Seda’s work, Chroma 1 – was licensed in order to bring Spilt Milk’s creative identity to life for 2022, creating the foundation of our lineup poster, website design and video content.

‘My Chroma series explores the relationship between color, light, and architecture through mixed media paintings, or light reflective sculptural panels—a sort of monolith with vibrant colors—that offer viewers an evocative sensorial experience.’

See more of Seda’s work here