Inaluxe is an art studio located in the mountainous Grampians region in Victoria, Australia, where partners Kristina Sostarko and Jason Odd live and, create.  They share their space with one very small fuzzy dog named Kibi, whom they love very much.  The studio is surrounded by Mountains, densley populated with old Eucalyptus forests. Their work is largely influenced by  the natural landscape of their bush surroundings, and ranges.  And while flora and fauna are attributed as inspiration, the core component of the abstract designs is to engage with the viewer in an emotive way.  The designs, while abstract in appearance, are not intended as abstract, as such.  The ideal is to inspire a personal journey. Their list of clients includes: IKEA, Blue Q, Earth Greetings, Art Press, King & McGaw, Kate Spade New York,  Urban Outfitters, Bloom Cosmetics, to name a few.  They have been featured in various publications, and books, including Uppercase, Frankie Magazine, and Print & Pattern II by Bowie Style. Their work is distinctly organic, and timeless, old and new — all at once.  Their approach to life is very simple. Laugh a lot, watch Spaghetti Westerns, listen to old Jazz daily, take walks in the bush, eat a little bit of snow in winter, and do not forget that life is ever changing.  And therein lies the pleasure.