Design Play Workshops


At the Paper Tiger Creatives, we believe that everyone is a maker at heart. We have tailored a range of adult design play workshops that are a combination of relaxation and creative play.

  • Screen Printing
  • Silhouette & Paper Cutting
  • Lino & Relief Printing
  • Marbling
  • Fabric Dyeing
  • Book Making
  • Wood Working
  • Terrariums
  • Watercolours & Drawing
  • Hand drawn Typography
  • Stamp Making

Contact us for bookings and more information.

Kids Workshops


At The Paper Tiger Creatives, we believe in upskilling and sharing knowledge.
We have a series of workshops that are aimed at promoting design and literacy skills within the community.

Our workshops include:

  • Graphic Novels
  • Letterpress Posters
  • Fashion Illustration
  • Stamp Making

And themed workshops such as:

  • Wizards & Magic
  • Treehouses & More
  • dragons
  • Tell a Tale


Contact us for more information.

Mama & Co.

Mama & Co are an organic beauty company in Bambra, Victoria. The brife was to create a branding that was luxurious, but also reflective of the company’s ethos;  Mama & Co’s products nourish your mind and spirit which enriching your skin. All products are locally grown in sourced, which played into the organic nature of the branding and marketing.


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The Raven

The Raven is redesign of Edgar Allen Poe’s story The Raven. Through text and illustration, the reader follows the demise of the narrator throughout the course of the tale. Using mixed media such as water colour paint and hand-cut silhouettes, the manic and eerie nature of the story is unfolded to create a unique and haunting redesign.






Stitch In Time

A Stitch In Time explores the connections between fairytales and quilting. “Fairytales were never meant for children,” Sheldon Cashdon writes, but in fact the fairytales that we know are only pale reflections of the folktales of Little Red Riding Hood and others stories such as Puss In Boots. These stories, often highly sexualised, were told in the fields and kitchens, around fires late at night and between women among the sewing tables.

The project, A Stitch In Time, gathered groups of people from different ages to draw images of fairytales from their memories. These images were curated and sewn together to form a quilt. This quilt was then exhibited in Melbourne, 2009, along with hand printed posters created from old books.




Otto is a concept project for an outdoor multi-media festival in Prato, Italy. In each of the eight town square’s, an artist show cased their work in a digital format, merging culture and technology together. Each display was interactive, allowing tourists and locals to play. The exhibition guild is bi-lingual, Italian and English, and displays images from each artist.