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Miss Mee is a south-east Asian eatery located on the Gold Coast, whose brand was inspired by the persona of Miss Mee – a strong, humorous and magnetising femme fatale who you just can’t help but fall for. Miss Mee is all about connection with culture through food, a sense of mystery, passion, sass and attitude. We partnered with creative agency Art-Work to support the translation of the Miss Mee visual brand throughout the venue.  This project is a prime example of the various creative ways print can completely transform a space, in both a time and cost-effective way. Paste-ups were plastered along staircases,...

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You're a descendant of the Muruwari people. Could you tell us about your cultural background?  I am a proud Muruwari woman living on Yugambeh Country (Gold Coast). My Aboriginality comes from my biological father's side. My great-grandfather, William 'Deucem' Smith, was a Muruwari man who married my great-grandmother, Daisy, from London, England and had five children (including my grandmother, Valerie). Deucem was rated one of the greatest shearers in the world, he was inducted into the Shearer's Hall of Fame in 2005. Nine shearers were inducted, Deucem being the sole Aboriginal. Muruwari mob have links to North West NSW and Central...

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