Apple and Pear Australia Limited: www.apal.org.au
APAL is the peak industry body representing the interests of commercial apple and pear growers in Australia in matters of national importance including regulation and legislation, marketing, research and development.
Horticulture Australia Limited: www.horticulture.com.au
HAL is a national research, development and marketing organisation. We work in partnership with the horticulture sector to invest in programs that provide benefit to the Australian horticultural industry.
Common Ground: www.commonground.org.uk
Common Ground is internationally recognised for playing a unique role in the arts and environmental fields, distinguished by the linking of nature with culture, focusing upon the positive investment people can make in their own localities, championing popular democratic involvement, and by inspiring celebration as a starting point for action to improve the quality of our everyday places.
Ephemera Society: www.ephemera-society.org.uk
The Ephemera Society is a non-profit body concerned with the collection, preservation, study and educational uses of hand-written and printed ephemera. Established in 1975, the Ephemera Society is today internationally recognised as the authority in the field, counting among its members libraries, museums, colleges and universities, as well as ephemera dealers and private individuals in twenty or more countries.
Ephemera Society USA: www.ephemerasociety.org
The Ephemera Society of America, Inc. is a non-profit organization formed in 1980 to cultivate and encourage interest in ephemera and the history identified with it; to further the understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of ephemera by people of all ages, backgrounds, and levels of interest; to promote the personal and institutional collection, preservation, exhibition, and research of ephemeral materials
Design Museum: www.designmuseum.org
The Design Museum is one of the world’s leading museums devoted to contemporary design in every form from furniture to graphics, and architecture to industrial design. It is working to place design at the centre of contemporary culture.
Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising: www.museumofbrands.com
Featuring over 12,000 original items from the Robert Opie Collection, the Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising is a recent addition to the museums in London, located just off the famous Portobello Road in Notting Hill.
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Danish Museum of Art & Design: http://designmuseum.dk/en
The Danish Museum of Art & Design is one of Scandinavia’s central exhibition forums for Danish and international industrial design, decorative and applied arts. The museum’s collections, library and archives constitute a central resource centre for the study of design and its history in Denmark.
Yakima Valley Museum: www.yakimavalleymuseum.org
The Yakima Valley Museum offers historical exhibits on the Yakima Valley—its natural history, American Indian culture, pioneer life, early city life, and the roots and development of the Valley’s fruit industry.
In the early 1980s, the Kelowna Museums Society took over restoration of the historic Laurel Packinghouse, a fitting tribute to the thousands of pioneers who worked in the industry. Exhibitions on packing, processing, home preserving, picking, orchards, marketing, and awards won by BC growers tell the story of the Okanagan Valley’s transformation from wide open cattle range to beautifully manicured, symmetric orchards.
Mimmo Cozzolino: www.MimmoCozzolino.com.au
Mimmo Cozzolino is one of Australia's most-loved graphic designers and co-author of Symbols of Australia.
Keith Morris: www.keithmorris.com.au
Designer, illustrator and a letterer on a variety of well known brands in both packaging and corporate graphics and now specialising in lettering, logo and typeface design in its many forms.
James Northfield Heritage Art Trust: www.jamesnorthfield.org.au
The purpose of the Trust is to protect and promote the art of James Northfield, a talented and respected Australian commercial artist who had a unique ability to capture the essence of Australia's heritage in his time.