AERANAUTS Q&A 02
Joshua Skirtich, Industrial Designer
Join us for the latest instalment in our Aeranauts series, an exploration of inspirational people, from all walks of life, in their own words.
Joshua Skirtich in his multi-purpose office, design-lab and bedroom.
“I'm kind of a workaholic in the sense that I like to work on my own projects as much possible.”
Often, Joshua's creations are the result of one-liner ideas.
Like a "Carmex watch” that dispenses lip-balm.
Where form equals function.
Artist's impression: Joshua's plan for his workspace and bedroom.
Skirtich's “Do Nothing” Machine.
Skirtich's rendering of an imaginary, Self-Driving toy car
Joshua's cantilevered Soy sauce bottle.
Joshua demonstrates the cantilever action of his Soy sauce bottle.
“I just get really excited by every new problem that space travel might give us and it's a far-reaching goal to solve them and connect technology to people.”
Joshua’s Watercolour Watch.
Six colours, a well in the center for water and a brush that pulls out from the crown.
Wear your art on your sleeve.
AERANAUT Q&A 01
Meet Steve Woods, Wildlife and Conservation photographer
Steve, 38, photographs a wide range of the planet's fauna, from wolves to whales, and has built a successful photographic career highlighting both the sheer wonder of the natural world and the plight faced by creatures on land and in the oceans, especially where they come into contact with the effects of humankind.Read Steve's Q&A