I’m excited, proud, feeling on top of the bloody world. And yet, there’s a feeling. A little wriggle in my bones. Something is missing.
As I was perusing through my A3 sketchbook recently, I came across a letter from my past self.
It’s been less than two weeks since going full time, and I’m still pinching myself that it’s happening.
Meet Kim Engwicht, the Brisbane-based digital illustrator behind our latest collab.
Meet Bianca Patricia, a Melbourne digital illustrator who brought our Rust Uniform hashtag to life.
That’s right – we’re talking numbers, cash and why you need to start charging more.
Meet Lucy Bekker, Founder of The Little Content Co and SEO and blogging queen.
I want to know: is there a way to better champion our cycles, and use this natural force to our advantage?
Meet Hannah Edwards, the self-taught digital artist behind our latest collaboration.
How do you tell your loved ones that you’ve decided to join the waves of women starting their own business?
Meet Cherie Clonan, Founder and Managing Director of The Digital Picnic – and super mum.
Answering all your burning questions on copywriting and starting a biz.
Meet Jess Downs, designer and creative mind behind graphic design studio, Elka & Okery.
Creativity can take over your life, and consume every waking thought if you let it.
Meet Sophie and Shelley, the mother-daughter duo behind love billie.
Like most millennials, I have a weird relationship with technology.
Meet Daniella, small business owner, self care advocate and the queen of teacups.
There’s no right or wrong way to go full time – so here’s a few reasons why it’s okay to still be in-between.
I took to Instagram to ask: is there an optimum way to dress when working from home?
Meet Alba Martin, collage artist and our recent collaboration partner.
When you start a business you have flipping high expectations.
Meet Isabel; freelance writer and your new favourite beauty blogger.
It’s time we give ourselves a well deserved break from being ‘online’ all the time.
Meet Brisbane-based marketing and PR expert, Saara.
3 easy ways for brands to reach out out to their audience offline.
The inspiration behind our brilliant biz and how painting and the Foo Fighters set Rust alight.
Meet digital marketing whiz and our dear friend, Nev.
Here’s a snippet from our list of goals for the new year.
Trusting my gut has gotten me out of a lot of horrible situations.
If you’ve been following on for a while now you’ll know that Rust wasn’t formed conventionally.
We have a lot to answer for in terms of how we influence our audiences.
Introducing social media guru, Jarrah of Socials by Jarrah.
It’s so important to shop small and support independent businesses at this time of year
Introducing wordsmith, Racquel Helmers of Rackers & Co Studio.
We are thrilled to announce that our first collection, YOU is now live.
Introducing branding wizard Frankie Young of Studio Neubau.
Say sayonara to boring blog posts with these 6 handy prompts.
Introducing our talented pal, Anne Gonzalves of Etch & Trove.
Your biz isn’t a newborn anymore. It’s out there. It’s making money. It’s growing the hell up.
Meet Seeta Roy, a brilliant illustrator we discovered on Instagram (and are soon to be collaborating with).
Here’s some of our tips and tricks and the secrets behind our ever blooming Instagram account.
Meet the delightful Ella Rathbone, the owner and creative wordsmith behind You’re My Type.
No one likes to lose visitors because their website copy is barren, and quite frankly, sucks.
Meet the maker behind our latest collaboration – the lovely Torey Herbert.
Cut through the B.S and find out the three things you need to be doing to master your social media.
Welcome to the first installment of our interview series, Behind the Biz!
Customer service goes far beyond the cashier at your local supermarket.
Overcoming self doubt and building self confidence takes a lot of time, hard work and love.
Five nifty tips that will help you become a champion at Insta Stories
How much time spent on my business, is too much freaking time?
You made it, come on in!
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Rust Creative helps women in their twenties fast-track finding their purpose. Through 1:1 coaching, group programs and specialised resources, we offer women clarity and direction so that they can ENJOY the most exciting decade of their lives. And tea, always tea.
The Rust Woman
AKA Our Ideal Client.
She's a savvy twenty-something looking for a safe space to he heard and supported. She's confident that she can achieve her goals, but she doesn't know how she'll get there – yet. Sshe KNOWS she has a purpose but needs a helping hand to uncover it.