About

PSP is a creative office founded by Fred Mora, Lauren Stephens and Laura Clauscen with a healthy handle on full-flavour art direction, creative content, spatial and object design. An anti-agency which meets religiously over food, saddles up resourcefully and communicates potently operating in Australia and Spain.

Each PSP project (for clients, friend or faux) is earmarked with skippy whit, a devotion to lost industrial trades, overlooked materials and a use of tactile processes. Their clients include Adidas, Freitag, VICE AU and Birkenstock. 

Their work has been featured on It's Nice That, Lucky Peach, PAPER magazine and VICE Creators Project as well as published in magazines such as IDEA magazine (JP), The Age Epicure (AUS), Popeye Magazine (JP), NYMag (USA) and GQ Magazine (IND). Their work has been sold in institutions such as Collette (FR), Tate Modern (UK), Printed Matter (USA), Third Draw Down (AUS), ACMI (AUS), T-Site (JP).

      Project types
Art direction
Communication design
Creative content production
Project co-ordination
Production design
Research
Temporary architecture
Workshop

     Other
Otis Armada
Long Prawn

     Project partners
Adidas, ANDPEOPLE, Assemble Projects, BBE, Birkenstock, Captain Morgan, CHAMP Magazine, COCO and MAXIMILIAN, Freitag, Fringe Festival Melbourne, Good Sport Magazine, Honey Fingers, Hotel Hotel, Hunted + Gathered, i-D, It's Nice That, Long Prawn, LON Gallery, Lucky Peach, Luna Park, Mathery Studio, Medibank, Melbourne Design Week, MPavilion, Munchies, National Gallery of Victoria, Never Now, Otis Armada, Open House Melbourne, Pidapipó Gelateria, Pitch Music & Arts Festival, Sample Brew, Sleeping Duck, Spring 1883, Sugar Prawn, Vice.

Psp 18

Melbourne