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3-D Printed Book Cover

3-D Printed Book Cover

Category: Books, Design / Editorial, Design / Print, Design / Typography, Printing/Production,

Posted by: Ali
Posted: Jan 15th 2014
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The first 3D printed book cover has arrived! Chang-Rae Lee's 'On Such a Full Sea' is comprised of a white slip cover featuring typography which is risen from the surface of the book giving it a surreal and intriguing look. The slipcover was designed by Riverhead's art director Helen Yentus and took 30 hours to print! Needless to say the books are limited edition costing $150 ...

Leeds Print Festival 2014

Leeds Print Festival 2014

Category: Books, Design / Print, Design / Typography, Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Ali
Posted: Jan 13th 2014
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The amazing Leeds Print Festival is back for its third consecutive year running. Spanning a week, the festival includes a mix of contemporary and traditional printing with exhibitors such as; Dust, Papercut Bindery, Nomad Press, Print For Good, Ditto and some work from the Graphic Design department at Leeds College of Art.  There is also a series of prin...

Karlee Anne Interiors

Karlee Anne Interiors

Category: Other Design Fields, Products,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Aug 9th 2012
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Karlee Anne is a design business launched by Karlee van der Meulen, one of our previous lecturers at Shillington Sydney. As a practicing designer, Karlee has specialised in surface patterns for interiors. Her commercial experience and personal interest in this field sparked a vision to create a homewares brand featuring soft furnishings. W...

Shampoo for the Sleepy Slacker

Shampoo for the Sleepy Slacker

Category: Design / Branding/Identity, Design / Packaging,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Jul 9th 2012
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One of the wackiest student projects has been recently showcased on The Dieline - Bedog, a range of shampoo and conditioner for dogs that encourages the animal's true nature to be embraced. And so you get the Sl...

No sleeves

No sleeves

Category: Resources / Portfolios,

Posted by: Andrea
Posted: Nov 16th 2011
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Why not go nude?  Have you thought about simply displaying your work in your portfolio without sleeves. Why: As designers we love the textural experience of touching paper directly. Also you will be able to see the work clearly without hinderance.  How: If you are using a screw...
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Cut, Slice, Fold - Melbourne, Nov 17, 18 & 19.

Cut, Slice, Fold - Melbourne, Nov 17, 18 & 19.

Category: Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Nov 14th 2011
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If you're in Melbourne this week you might want to check out Paper Convention's 'Cut, Slice, Fold'. The series of workshops hosted by the  Desktop Editor, Brendan McKnight, paper-cutting extraordinanire,...

Mykonos - Fleet Foxes

Category: Animation / Motion Graphics, Music,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Sep 14th 2011
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I actually posted this up on our old blog a year or two back but I like it so much I had to share it. The film clip is an awesome paper animation created by Sean Pecknold. Pretty mesmerising! You can also see the making of it here. You can see more of his fantastic work on the Grandc...

Ed Bing Lee - Delectables

Ed Bing Lee - Delectables

Category: Art, Other Design Fields,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: May 24th 2011
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Loving these fibre art pieces from US-based artist, Ed Bing Lee. Maybe it's because lunch seems like a long time ago! I also love his super-tidy studio. My own desk is a MESS! I have space envy. Anyway, check out Ed in action here. ...

Lee Davies Guest Lecture - from Peter & Paul

Lee Davies Guest 
Lecture - from Peter & Paul

Category: Designers/Studios, Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: John F
Posted: Apr 15th 2011
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Manchester PT where treated to an excellent guest lecture spot by designer Lee Davies from outstanding Sheffield design studio Peter & Paul on Monday night. Lee ran them through a few projects, giving valuable insights into the process behind dealing with clien...