Rinzen is an Australian design and art group, best known for the collaborative approach of its members and forming in 2000 as a result of their visual and audio remix project, RMX.

Extending the concept for their first book, the group invited over 30 international participants to sequentially rework digital art, in what has now become a common method of collaboration amongst graphic designers and illustrators. Most recently the project has taken a hands-on turn, yielding a series of toys which were made and remade as they were sent from country to country.

The group's work has been shown in galleries from Mexico City to Tokyo, their designs commissioned by Puma, MTV, Vogue and Nylon and their books published and distributed internationally. Their designs have appeared on everything from wallpaper and fabric to bicycles and toys.

Rinzen have showcased personal projects at Paris cultural mecca Colette, designed the inaugural issue of Paul Pope's Batman: Year 100 for DC Comics and developed a range of products for Madrid's Museo del Prado museum.

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