How does it work?

The Australian Museum of Design (AMoD) has developed and deployed a world-first Digital Design Exchange (DDX), a platform specialising in offering digital versions of Australian hand drawn textile designs and artworks.

This virtual marketplace allows digital designs to be offered to a global audience of brands, manufacturers, fashion houses, interior designers, creatives, and other interested people. Users of the DDX can access, and license designs for commercial use under our licensing model arrangement.

At the heart of the collection, predominantly from the 1960’s,1970’s,1980’s, are designs by renowned artists such as Carla Zampatti, Noel Lyons, David K Miles, Lloyd Foye, and Bruce Clarke. Ongoing additions to the digital library include designs by Collette Dinnigan and Margaret Clark. AMoD is also proud to include, as an agent under license, designs by Florence Broadhurst.

How will you use designs for your commercial idea?

Australian Museum of Design License a Design
Australian Museum of Design License a Design