Beck Storer Pretty Little Things Art Installation
Pretty Little Things Art Installation is Golden Design Award winner in 2018 - 2019 Graphics, Illustration and Visual Communication Design Award Category.
Pretty Little Things Art Installation

Pretty Little Things explores the world of medical research and the intricate imagery that is seen under the microscope, re-interpreting these in to modern abstract patterns through the blasts of a vibrant fluro colour palette. Over 250 metres long, with over 40 individual artworks it is a large scale installation which presents the beauty of research to the public eye.

Pretty Little Things Art Installation
Beck Storer Pretty Little Things
Beck Storer Art Installation
Beck Storer design
Beck Storer design
Beck Storer

Beck Storer is the founder of The Cutaway - an award winning creative studio that creates immersive visual experiences in the digital and public landscape. Combining her love for design, technology and craft, her work challenges the curious and presents visual stories that are compelling and memorable. She is known for her sharp design wit - most recently being awarded in the top 20 designers in the world for Event Design from the renowned A’Design International Awards. Beck is a leader in industry led education and is also a lecturer at the School of Design at RMIT Melbourne Australia and is a member of the Higher Education Course Advisory committee at Melbourne Polytechnic.

Metro Tunnel Project

The Metro Tunnel Project is building two nine-kilometer train tunnels, linking the Sunbury rail line in the north-west and the Cranbourne and Pakenham rail lines in the south-east, untangling the City Loop to allow more trains to run more often across Melbourne. It also includes five new underground train stations, which will allow Melburnians to access many of the city’s iconic destinations by train for the first time. The Cross Yarra Partnership (CYP) is the party delivering the Metro Tunnel Project on behalf of Rail Projects Victoria. Running alongside the Project is the Metro Tunnel Creative Program featuring activities and events designed and led by a team of designers, curators, and place managers dedicated to enhancing city life alongside the construction of Victoria’s biggest ever public transport project. In order to enhance the livability of places surrounding construction sites, CYP is working with stakeholders to create pockets of respite, creativity, and activation.