Inaluxe is an independent art studio combining the talents of fine artists Kristina Sostarko and Jason Odd.

Kristina originally started Inaluxe in 2006 as an online presence for various art projects. Over time Jason joined Inaluxe allowing the duo a chance to explore ideas, and concepts they first talked about in art school where they met.  As a result, in early 2010 Inaluxe shifted home base from a city environment to the tranquil setting of a small town home studio close to the Grampians National Park. Our home below, photographed by Natalie Jeffcott for Apartment Therapy. 

Working on designs with like minded people is an absolute pleasure, and some collaborations include:  Neiman Marcus, Blue Q, Earth Greetings, Kate Spade New York, Art Press, Bloom Cosmetics, Land of Nod, Urban Outfitters, IKEA, King & McGaw, and Think Rugs.  The Inaluxe team look forward to each new project and long running relationships alike, they have a philosophy of keeping fine art of the highest quality with collaborators of a similar mindset.  As well as keeping busy with inaluxe Kristina and Jason freelance on independent writing and design projects, although Inaluxe remains the diverse heart of creation for them both.

Inaluxe King & McGaw Notebooks

Inaluxe + King & McGaw 

Inaluxe Neiman Marcus Christmas Book

Inaluxe + Neiman Marcus

Our Philosophy

One of the greatest things about working for yourself is quality control. Our philosophy is simple: Be passionate about the creative process, use the best materials possible, and be responsible and sustainable in production practice. Therefore we only print on the best archival fine art papers, working with industry standard giclee reproduction print technology. The end result is a beautiful product that has an incredible depth of colour, and lasts a lifetime. 

Kristina Sostarko

Artist and illustrator Kristina Sostarko is the founder and co-owner of Inaluxe, originally formed in 2006 as an online presence for Kristina's various design projects. Kristina loves minimalism, which at times might seem to conflict with her love of found objects, inspired collectables, nifty footwear and designer bags. 

Jason Odd

Artist and Illustrator Jason Odd is the Ying to Kristina's Yang at Inaluxe headquarters.  After deserting his arts background to focus on a mild career as a music historian Jason returned to the art world in 2010 when he joined Kristina's blossoming art project Inaluxe.  Jason has recently come to the conclusion that time travel is most likely unworkable and most certainly deadly, please desist.