PAUSE Project was initiated by two Melbourne-based designers as a response to the global pandemic and lockdown conditions in 2020.

PAUSE uses visual language to process mass information and themes of this unusual period, holding space for both artist and audience to pause and reflect.

Through its collaborative nature, PAUSE is an evolving platform advocating for art + design as empowering mediums of communication.


2021 series
2020 series

All artworks on site are original artworks created by Gita Zimmermann and Jacob L’Huillier Lunt.


PAUSE is an ever-evolving platform that offers us an opportunity to pause + reflect through visual language and exploration. Naarm, 3000

PAUSE 2021 Series
New1, 2021
New2, 2021                                     
Growing1, 2021                              
Growing2, 2021                            
Unsettled1, 2021                             
Unsettled2, 2021                           
Accepting1, 2021                             
Accepting2, 2021                          
Solitary1, 2021                                 
Solitary2, 2021                              
Repeat1, 2021                               
Repeat2, 2021                                 

Pause 2020 series

Time1, 2020

Time2, 2020
Comfort1, 2020
Comfort2, 2020
Overwhelm1, 2020
Overwhelm2, 2020
Curfew1, 2020
Curfew2, 2020
Frustration1, 2020
Frustration2. 2020
Respite2, 2020

‘PAUSE 2021’ Silk Scarves

Pause with movement in one of our 2021 series silk scarves. These scarves are made to order and have a 2 week turnaround. 

Designed & printed  in Australia 
Real 100% Silk Crepe de Chine 60gsm
Dimensions: 65 x 65 cm
Features: Folded hem black thread

‘PAUSE 2021’ Giclee Prints (Paused)

Designed & printed  in Australia 
Hahnemuhle photo rag 308gsm
(100% cotton archival museum grade paper)
Features: Folded hem black thread

$5 of each sale will be donated to ‘Pay The Rent’ Foundation.

Square - 304mm x 304mm

- $90

Square - 508mm x 508mm


Gift yourself or a loved one a keepsake for the years just gone.
One feature print, or mix and match a few on a larger wall.