Adelaide-based Sweetpolka lead creative Anna Zagala has worked across design and communications for 20 years.
She has qualifications in the arts, graphic design and creative writing and has worked with museums, festivals, small business, artists, and others on visual identity, publications, signage, exhibition design, websites, and packaging.
Born to write. She is an experienced and versatile writer. You can find her book on the Australian screenprinting graphic design and advertising studio Redback Graphix (1979-1994) here and examples of her critical writing on the sweetpolka blog. She enjoys working with businesses on self presentation, campaigns and those pesky 'About' pages.
Clients include: Monash University Museum of Art I MUMA, Museum of Sydney, The National Film and Sound Archive, The Ian Potter Museum of Art, The University of Queensland, not-for-profit organisations The Red Cross, The Dax Centre and Community 21 and scores of small businesses.
Crack team. Sweetpolka works with a talented team of collaborators including graphic designers, web developers, photographers, interior designers and expert printers to bring projects to life.
We love to talk, discuss and contribute to discussions on art, graphic design and culture on our blog, in print, and in person.
We believe in sharing what we know. Anna regularly lectures on the dark arts of marketing and publicity in the arts sector and teaches, on occasion, the next gen in graphic design at universities.