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Karri has been involved in numerous projects beyond the scope of exhibitions, paintings, and murals. These projects include art collaborations, public installations, and graphic design work.

Several of these projects have been featured below.

Otherside Brewery

Perth, WA

In 2022, Karri was invited to design a label for the Creative Release: Headliner IIPA for Otherside Brewing Co. based out of Perth, Western Australia. 

"A clean, classic west coast double IPA, featuring three dank and fruity American hops. Brimming with tropical fruits both on the nose and tongue from a considerable dry hop."


Spatial Radiance

Maitland, NSW

'Spatial Radiance' is Karri McPherson's first illuminated public art installation. This installation is made from recessed aluminium LED lights and is inspired by the 20th Century Dutch art movement De Stijl. This artwork was possible thanks to the Creative Streets After Dark project funding from the Maitland City Council. 

'Spatial Radiance' is located on Church Street in Central Maitland and is on display until 2023.

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Wayfinding Signage

Sydney, NSW

In early 2021, Karri was approached by Marrickville Metro and invited to design backdrops for over forty 'way-finding' signs throughout the large shopping centre in Sydney's inner West. This was Karri's first digital design collaboration and one of her most prominent projects to date.


Street Library

Lane Cove, NSW

"Street Libraries are a beautiful home for books, planted in your front yard. They are accessible from the street, and are an invitation to share the joys of reading with your neighbours. Street Libraries are a window into the mind of a community; books come and go; no-one needs to check them in or out.

If anyone has a book or two that they think others would enjoy, they can just pop it into any Street Library they happen to be walking past.

They are a symbol of trust and hope – a tiny vestibule of literary happiness."


Play Me, I'm Yours

Brisbane, QLD