Elliott Mackie is an Australian-born, London-based industrial designer concerned with constructing narrative by reinterpreting the familiar. His practice seeks to navigate the intersection between traditional forms of production and emergent technologies, including the development of products, system services and new design methods.

Elliott is a graduate of RMIT industrial Design

Elliott has been an active in publications, events and exhibitions.


  • ‘Technological Disobedience: Ernesto Oroza’ published in Assemble Papers, Issue #7


  • ‘Age That Gets Better with Tools’ exhibited at Global Grad Show, Dubai Design Week
  • ‘Wavy’ exhibited as part of 1-OK CLUB WORKS 44-52
  • Selected to participate in ‘Pro Forma’, a workshop with Martino Gamper at RMIT Design Hub


  • ‘Age That Gets Better with Tools’ exhibited at RMIT Industrial Design Graduate Exhibition
  • ‘Xylem’ presented at Altair Engineering Conference, Melbourne


  • Presented work at Australian Decorative Fine Art Society, Scholarship Exhibition