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Why Street Art Matters

Why Street Art Matters

Category: Architecture, Art, Colour, Illustration,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Oct 25th 2011
No. of comments: 0

Always an amazing resource for colour inspiration, the coolhunter has once again delivered. Some insightful commentary on the state of the concrete jungles many of us call home — and a case made for them not having to be so cold... "So here’s a challenge to you:...

The power of colour

The power of colour

Category: Architecture, Art, Colour, Design / Environmental,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Oct 25th 2011
No. of comments: 1

An especially interesting post for the PT guys in the UK just about to embark into the world of colour. Quite amazing in the pictures, I'm sure the impact in person would be heightened considerably — I can't quite imagine sitting reading a book in the aqua library, but it'd be ...

Michaelo

Michaelo

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Jean-Gilles
Posted: Oct 8th 2011
No. of comments: 1

I love the work of this digital artist because his work is brilliant, the colors he chooses are very vivid and the images look so real. His art is mostly of women. He definitely gets Kudos from me since I'm a woman! Michaelo currently lives in California but his work is being represented in manhattan NYC. His type of art is Digital art, mix media and fantasy....
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Fashionable Colour Schemes

Fashionable Colour Schemes

Category: Blogs, Colour, Fashion,

Posted by: Margot
Posted: Oct 24th 2011
No. of comments: 0

A site i like very much is Color Collective. As handy as Kuler is, sometimes it's nice to just look at pretty pictures. (And get some really nice colour schemes at the same time). Too bad there's no search function, but be sure to check out the links under each picture, especially if you're ...

Lovely little video.

Lovely little video.

Category: Design / Publishing, Printing/Production,

Posted by: Leyla
Posted: Oct 24th 2011
No. of comments: 0

Another wonderful project printed by Generation Press.   ...

Darcel Disappoints

Darcel Disappoints

Category: Art, Blogs, Illustration,

Posted by: Ash
Posted: Oct 10th 2011
No. of comments: 0

I can't believe I haven't discovered this fantastic blog sooner! Darcel Disappoints is the semi-autobiographical illustrative blog by Aussie Craig Redman. His work speaks for itself, quick go now and look! ...

Entyce Design Competition: On the lookout for student talent

Entyce Design Competition: 
On the lookout for student talent

Category: Competitions,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Oct 6th 2011
No. of comments: 0

A great opportunity for our UK students: "Now in its third year, the Entyce Design Competition raises the profile of the tremendous design talent nurtured in the North West. The competition highlights the opportunities available to employers and students in the region.   ...
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'Young Glory' design comp.

'Young Glory' design comp.

Category: Advertising, Competitions,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Oct 5th 2011
No. of comments: 0

This looks like a really interesting international design competition. Definitely worth having a look at. Young Glory is the only worldwide competition to reward creative consistency. It is also your chance to get work in front of a big industry name every month. 8 months. 8 brief...
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The Paperlux™ paper etching process

The Paperlux™ paper etching process

Category: Blogs, Design / Branding/Identity, Design / Print, Designers/Studios, Printing/Production,

Posted by: Alexis
Posted: Sep 24th 2011
No. of comments: 0

http://www.graphic-exchange.com/home.html Paperlux is a design studio from Germany... beside the fact that their projects for luxury brands are very inspiring, they've also developed a very special printing technique called the Paperlux™ paper etching process.  With this method,...

Colour brings Telstra the Aussie Telcoms to life

Category: Advertising, Animation / Motion Graphics, Colour, Design / Branding/Identity,

Posted by: Lee
Posted: Sep 22nd 2011
No. of comments: 0

For the first time in a long while Telstra doesn't look like an bad late eighties / early ninties throw back identity. I heard via the grape vine that Interbrand Sydney worked on the identity re-invigoration. This could be partly their work. I think the logo still looks like it was designed by a grandad who thinks he look...