Maksis Darzens Exhibits in Top Designs 2017

3rd Apr 2017

The Top Designs 2017 exhibition was officially launched on Friday 17 March 2017 at the Melbourne Museum, Carlton.

It was a night of celebration and accolades for 2016 Tintern Grammar VCE Student Maksis Darzens (YG 2016) and his family. Maksis was one of 16 students statewide to be recognised in the Top Designs exhibition for his outstanding Visual Communication and Design folio. His stunning Year 12 folio was created last year with the support of his teacher Ms Amanda Atchison. As Maksis embarks on his double degree of Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design at Monash University, it was a special night to reflect on his journey thus far. We were very proud to be able to share the night with Maksis and see the reaction of the guests when viewing his work.

Top designs is an annual exhibition at Melbourne Museum presenting work created by students who completed VCE Media. Product Design technology, Food and Technology. Systems Engineering, Visual Communication Design and VCE VET Interactive Digital Media. 

Exhibits include garments and articles using fibre, yarn and fabric, graphic and product design, short films (also shown in Top Screen), interactive media, print layout, photography, food product planning, mechanical and electronic projects. Works are accompanied by folios and design plans comprising work briefs, client feedback and evaluation. Maksis’ work featuring a 3D printed tram model for Corio Rail and inkjet Branding example of logo and ticketing design.

The Top Designs exhibition is open to the public from Saturday 18 March and closes on Sunday 16 July 2017. Please take the time to go in for a visit and enjoy the Museum, as well as the display of students works.

By Rachel Waud, Head of Visual Art & Design