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Unlikely Avian Taxonomies Sydney, Aug 28 – Sept 29, 2012

Unlikely Avian Taxonomies
Sydney, Aug 28 – Sept 29, 2012

Category: Design / Infographics, Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Anthony
Posted: Sep 20th 2012
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If you are in Sydney, you must check out Unlikely Avian Taxonimies exhibition from Zoë Sadokierski and Kate Sweetapple of Page Screen studio. They recategorise real birds into new taxonomies, from pattern to colour, and my favorite BIRDS with SMUTTY NAMES – the Agile Tit-Tyrant and the Erect...

Jessica Hische for Penguin Classics

Jessica Hische for Penguin Classics

Category: Books, Design / Typography,

Posted by: Maz
Posted: Sep 20th 2012
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Clever old Penguin Books - they have persuaded Jessica Hische to do a daily drop-cap inspired series of book covers for their new Classics range. Rather lovely they are too. Via ...

10 (Very loose!) Rules for Getting a Job in Design

10 (Very loose!) Rules for Getting a Job in Design

Category: Interviews / Individual,

Posted by: Meave
Posted: Jul 12th 2012
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Some great advice here from Richard Seabrooke, Creative Director of Dynamo in Dublin. Check out this link for more Design Industry Insight. ...

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...

Pentagram: The Forty Story

Category: Design / Branding/Identity, Designers/Studios, Documentaries/Film,

Posted by: Meave
Posted: May 30th 2012
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The story of a boy born on the day Pentagram opened and how his life has been tracked (and kerned) by forty years of Pentagram design. www.pentagram.com ...

Call for entries: The Art of Winning

Call for entries: The Art of Winning

Category: Competitions,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: May 23rd 2012
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The guys at LBB (Let's Be Brief) are calling for entries in their 'The Art of Winning' poster competition, in which winners will have their work displayed at the very cool Boxpark Shoredtich through July. Full details ...
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me&dave for Fedrigoni

me&dave for Fedrigoni

Category: Design / Print,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Apr 27th 2012
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Quite the exquisite design piece from the guys at me & dave to promote Fedrigoni's Marcate paper range — launched last week in London amidst curry & Cobras for an appreciative crowd. Shillington graduates Lynsay Clark and Rachel S...

Recent Grad Laura Greaves Designs Patterns for Gabriele Wilson

Recent Grad Laura Greaves Designs Patterns for Gabriele Wilson

Category: Design / Publishing,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Apr 19th 2012
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We're super-proud of Laura Greaves, a graduate from our January 2012 course in NYC. Gabriele Wilson, book cover designer extraordinaire, has incorporated four of Laura's patterns into the most recent additions to The Poetry Society...

Paris vs New York — in graphic form

Paris vs New York — in graphic form

Category: Colour, Design / Editorial, Design / Typography, Illustration,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Apr 15th 2012
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Beautifully simple, graphic and striking representation of icons from two of the world's great cities — Paris and New York — by Paris-based graphic designer and blogger Vahram Muratyan, as featured in Sunday's Guardian. Vahram's talents e...

Gabriele Wilson Guest Lectures for Shillington NYC

Gabriele Wilson Guest Lectures for Shillington NYC

Category: Design / Publishing,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Mar 1st 2012
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Book Cover designer extraordinaire and all around amazing person Gabriele Wilson guest lectured in the NYC studio yesterday. She shared with us several of her beautiful covers and the processes which she went through to achieve the results, as well as her personal experiences as a designer in the publishing industry. More of her work can be seen ...