This is a selection of commissions, collaborations and concepts by Luke Brown Design. A small, mobile studio specialising in branding, publishing and arts-sector design. For more information say hello.
Higher Arc Magazine Issue 3, art direction & design in collaboration with Jordan Dolheguy. Higher Arc magazine publishes literature and visual art, the local and the far away. Higher Arc interprets and reinterprets, excerpts and extends, borrows and revises. form is not fixed, and finished is never completed.

Exchange Design remix for Desktop Magazine with Vince Frost, The aim of Exchange is to create a design dialogue between an emerging and an established talent. The two participants each provide an original design to the other, and they are then challenged to remix the exchanged work in their own style.
Higher Arc Magazine Issue 2, art direction & design in collaboration with Jordan Dolheguy.


The Richmond Weekender, Identity design and material roll-out. Designed at Right Angle Studio. The Richmond Weekender is an experience based on an ideal. Through a canteen, cinema and market, Foolscap Studio and Right Angle Studio have crafted a space that can contribute to a perfect weekend.

Reuben Hills Identity Design and roll out for Sydney based cafe, coffee roastery and retailer in Surry Hills, Sydney.



Higher Arc Magazine Issue 1, art direction & design.

Fugazza Identity design and roll-out in collaboration with Lora Ward. Fugazza draws inspiration from celebrating a rich Italian food and coffee heritage, some of which has been forgotten since the first wave of Italian migrants arrived in Australia almost a century ago.


Won Magazine, design in collaboration with Mark Paterson. Ink faded quickly. Exposed to the sun it yellowed. It’s shelf life was short. Publishing has very little to do with making things permanent and everything to do with bringing people together, if only for brief moments. WON is proof that ideology and aesthetics are often linked and that when oceans prevent intimacy it is nice to lay yourself down on a printed page and see who else will lie down next to you.—Mieke Chew