Studio M. is dedicated to the conservation and restoration of vintage posters. OUR SERVICES are focussed on the safe handling and display of these ephemeral works of art. We offer archival linings of different grades and a range of interventions to improve the appearance of aged, stained or torn posters. CONTACT US for a free consultation.
Studio M. Vintage Posters
Eleanor Vallier and Robyn Ho of c/o Studios are interdisciplinary conservators specialising in the care of paintings, built heritage and contemporary art.
As part of their practice, they work with Studio M., undertaking restoration work and providing advice on complex treatments.
For assistance with the conservation of paintings and fine art, you can get in touch with c/o Studios via their website.
Tilly has a background in administration and client liaison most notably working for The Walkley Foundation and Crawford Gallery in Sydney. From 2015 she's also worked on several minor engineering projects including instrument construction and car restoration.
At Studio M her role includes administration, the stretching of archival linen, and mounting of white paper onto the screens used to linen-back posters.
Hanna studied fine art at Gotlands Konstskola, Sweden and art history at the University of Melbourne.
In 2016, she completed a Masters degree in fine art conservation at the Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation (GCCMC), University of Melbourne, graduating with first class honours. She was an intern in the conservation department of Queensland Museum in 2015 and undertook specialised study of paper conservation at the University of Canberra in 2017. In 2018, she completed a Karibari Masterclass hosted by the State Library of Queensland and she is a member of the Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material (AICCM).
Hanna manages the team at Studio M. and has worked with vintage posters for over 6 years.
Lucy has completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts (painting) at the Victorian College of the Arts, and holds a Master of Cultural Materials Conservation from University of Melbourne.
She has also undertaken an internship at International Conservation Services in Sydney and has worked as a paintings conservator.
Studio M. was originally founded by Michael Brewster, a restorer with over 15 years experience in the poster industry. He spent 8 years working in New York City, managing some of the city’s largest poster restoration studios and vintage poster galleries before returning to Sydney in 2008 to establish Studio M.
In 2017, Studio M. relocated from its original home in Sydney to Melbourne under the management of Hanna and her team.