Frost* Design (Sydney) recently completed an environmental graphics program for the Brisbane regional office of the Rio Tinto mining company. In support of an “Earth and Sky” interior concept by Geyer, the interior designers on the project, Frost created elements such as stencil-cut fonts, raw materials, and super-scaled photography. Contoured paneling creates a sense of topography in the lift core, while lithological patterns (geological map codes for rocks) bring otherwise functional surfaces to life. Frost also recently completed an extensive environmental graphics program for the Darling Walk (Sydney) campus of Commonwealth Bank. A dynamic digital wall makes an impressive statement about the bank’s commitment to the environment, greeting visitors and staff with real-time statistics on the green performance of the campus. A 17.5-meter curved lenticular wall is perhaps the largest in existence. Signage and graphics over 55,000 sq. meters help to establish a distinctive sense of place and identity for different workplace settings.