Tim Meakins is a Perth based Freelance Designer, Illustrator and Visual Artist.


Please feel free to drop an email to chat, collaborate or discuss new work.
info@timmeakinsdesign.com



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Low Energy

Cool Change Contemporary. Perth. 2019

Low Energy, is a collection of new works that explore masculinity as a social construct. The exhibition aims to initiate open dialogue about social pressures and the repercussions our embedded desire to conform has on both our physical and mental state. This project has been supported by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries. Large sculpture was printed and fabricated by Artcom Fabrication.

Winter Nights 2020

Design & Direction, Brand
In collaboration with Simran Singh.

Winter Nights is The Blue Room Theatres season of experimentation and new ideas. A program that allows artists to forge new ideas concepts, play with their form, and experiment with their process. This publication documents this time as a physical time stamp of what was happening in theatre during COVID-19 in Western Australia. Within this 124 page publication every single page is different.
Photography: Studio Hovea


PICA Design and Direction 2019 & 2020

Design and Direction for Printed Materials for
PICA - Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts.

Selection over 2019 & 2020
Thunderhead – Tina Havelock Stevens
Chalkroom – Laurie Anderson & Hsin-Chien Huang
Lower Power – Marco Fusinato
Alchemic – Cassils
Trying To Find Comfort In An Uncomfortable Chair – Agatha Gothe-Snape
Termite Economies – Nicholas Mangan


Tim Makes Renders – May

2 Renders created for the month of May available to print or to leave on your desktop.

This project has now ended.
If you would like to know more please feel free to get in touch! x


Large Amounts Of Failure

Highgate Continental. Perth.
264pp . 13cm x 20cm
Perfect Bound
Edition of 40 (SOLD OUT)

The debut publication from Perth-based graphic designer Tim Meakins, Large Amounts Of Failure collects thoughts, ideas and illustrations created between January 24 and March 24, 2019. Essays by Sam Bloor and Isaak Karagoglou.