Frederick's labels proudly sport the works of young, emerging artists derived from Adelaide. The designs for each bottle will vary from year to year and each artist will be responsible for their respective bottle.
If you like any particular label please check their pages below. All labels are then brought together and curated by Carlo Jensen.
Chiefly a qualified, registered and certified aesthetic manipulator, Carlo also has his fingers in a few different and delicious puddings. From photographic food faffing to social media and copywriting, he’s as diverse as a buffet breakfast and more convenient that room service. Carlo is the in-house designer for Frederick's wines and is chiefly responsible for the Grenache, Rosé and Montepulciano labels .
Katie Shriner is back living in Australia after spending some time studying art in Europe and New York. She loves collecting things like a magpie, painting stacks and piles of interesting things, and drawing with black biro (preferably while traveling on public transport) .
Alise Hardy is an award-winning artist and educator. As an artist, Alise explores issues of social justice and sustainability through illustration. Her most recent solo exhibition, called ‘Sad’, visually discussed the impact of depression, grief and sadness on young adults. The exhibition won the City Rural Emerging Artist award and was a finalist in The Advertiser Contemporary Art award and the Adelaide Review Outsider Art award. Alise is also the director of Through Art, a service offering workshops that enable young people to learn literacy and numeracy skills through art.
From growing up in the Adelaide Hills and on the coast in Victor Harbour, Loique has a keen interest in exploring the notion of place and the human connection with land. Since graduating form the Adelaide College of Arts, her art and printmaking has taken her on residencies in both Italy and France.
Genevieve Dawson Scott
Will Brown is quite good at many a things, building a website is not one of them. Currently sharpening pencils and doodling amidst his duties as the man behind Kindling Coffee (Adelaide), surfing and being a great bloke.
Richard Le Messurier