When they’re not offering their creative consultancy services, the peeps at The Island Continent are trawling through the moth balled archives of Australian design to uncover the lost gems they have collected over the last 30 years – pasting them up for all to see on the Interwebs. The Island Continent website provides a digital archive of the Australian image, the colour, nostalgia, fashions, design, the people, the places, the vibe and the humour. In between blog posts of their actual studio work, they publish posts with titles like ‘Kmart ladies fashion and intimates from 1986’ and ‘Pop colour, knits, koalas, Oz fashion in 1988’. That shit sells itself. Go scope it out.