Creativity comes in all shapes, sizes and colours, and South Yarra's new Creative Hub celebrates every last one of them.
The brainchild of Melbourne creators Mads Francis and Sarah Darby, the space is a studio, library, gallery space and 'inspiration garden' all rolled into one and topped off with a pretty-in-pink fitout. The multi-faceted space is, however, only around for a short time, making its home within the Como Centre from September 8 to 28.
Creative Hub is a visual feast, with its fairy floss colour palette and collection of interactive installations designed to work as a backdrop for some stellar Instagram content. Melbourne, prepare to see a whole lot of cascading pink balloons and unicorn heads on your feed over the next few weeks.
It's also a place for upskilling, with a series of expert-led creative workshops — from classes in illustration or embellishing phone cases, to a session with social media guru Indianna Roehrich covering how to create the perfect Instagram feed.
And to load up on yet more inspiration, see the gallery, decked out with Francis' and Darby's own illustrations, hit the creative library, or use the studio space to collaborate on something special with some fellow makers and shakers.
Find Creative Hub at the Como Centre, Chapel Street, South Yarra from September 8–28.