Two artists are better than one. Collaborating with other creatives allows us to explore and grow as artists (and people) while creating something truly special. I hope you enjoy them as much as we do making them. 


amber vittoria | NYC illustrator | 2017

Amber Vittoria is an illustrator working in New York City; her work focuses on the accurate portrayal women within art, and she has collaborated with like-minded brands, such as Gucci, The New York Times, and Instagram, on pieces that further said narrative.



letitia green | illustrator - artist - scarf designer | 2017
Letitia Green is a concept silk scarf label that is ethically made in Australia with conscience, and was born from a desire to create wearable unique art in a sustainable way.
The collection celebrates life and nature, calm and chaos and the pure beauty in the world around us. Combining traditional hand illustrated artwork, painting, collage and digital design the collection is made in small quantities using luxury silk & world leading technologies in digital printing.


karla cola | australian fashion label and designer | 2018

In collaboration with Karla for her collection with Australian artist Pete Cromer we created some unique feathered friends.



marc martin | australian artist and book maker | 2018

Marc Martin is an illustrator, artist and book maker based in Melbourne, Australia. His illustrations have been commissioned by clients such as Monocle, Wired, The Financial Review, GQ, Luxury Travel, Telstra, The Australian Open Tennis Championships, The Australian Centre for the Moving Image, and various publishers.



rachael sarra | aboriginal artist & designer | NAIDOC 2018 & 2019 | new release June 2020

As an Aboriginal artist and designer from Goreng Goreng Country in the Bundaberg area, Rachael Sarra draws on her heritage to produce pieces that are steeped in culture while being contemporary.

Rachael loves to create pieces that can become a vehicle for conversation and change by helping to connect and celebrate culture.


Jacaranda | Concrete Jellyfish x State Library of Queensland 

An ode to Queensland and learning - these Jacarandas are a celebration of knowledge and nature. Designed exclusively for the State Library of Queensland. Handmade in Tarragindi from hand poured resin and gold acrylic mirror with a surgical stainless steel post. 


Let them Grow | Concrete Jellyfish x Claire Ritchie / 2018/2019

Colour is Claire Ritchie’s language and she uses it in a visually striking, definite and feel good way. Claire’s artwork draws people in to feel better about the person they are.

Claire designs and makes a selection of artwork, accessories, clothing and homewares made in small batches, brought to life through colourful and bold prints.


Up and coming collaborations soon to be released so keep watching us on Instagram! @concretejellyfishco