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The Fox Is Black

The Fox Is Black

Category: Blogs,

Posted by: Luke Jones
Posted: Nov 11th 2013
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The Fox Is Black is a very informative design blog which is run by designer Bobby Solomon in LA. Alongside up to date critiques on various current design projects, the blog also has a number of fun features, such as the Desktop Wallpaper project, where designers are encouraged to submit bespoke desktop wallpaper; the Re-Covered Books Contest, where people submit re-imagined book covers; and some f...

Pop-Up Typography Emporium – London

Pop-Up Typography Emporium – London

Category: Design / Typography, Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Lana
Posted: Nov 8th 2013
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Do you love typography? Are you in London? Yes? Well then, you'll want to head down to The Chocolate Factory to check out an amazing market inspired totally by typography! Type Tasting presents the second installment of the Pop-Up Typography Emporium. Come along to...

Mega

Mega

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: James Huson
Posted: Nov 6th 2013
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I particularly loved this piece of work from Mega. It was a proposal for the branding of the city they're based in, Copenhagen. The idea behind it was so simple, yet so effective at communicating the messages they were trying to get across. The way the type is set coupled with the really pleasing colour palettes deserves to be loved in my eyes....

Chocolate Helvetica

Chocolate Helvetica

Category: Design / Typography, Products,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Sep 26th 2013
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Some sweet stuff for all you type nerds out there.  ...

Sushi Art. No, seriously.

Sushi Art. No, seriously.

Category: Art,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Sep 30th 2013
No. of comments: 1

A Japanese sushi chef going by the name Tama-chan has seriously been going above and beyond. His sushi creations are incredible! ...

Boosted

Boosted

Category: Design / Branding/Identity,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Sep 18th 2013
No. of comments: 0

New Zealand studio Strategy Design & Advertising have been named as finalists for the Best Awards with Boosted, a crowdfunding initiative by the Arts Foundation. It&#...

The Internship

The Internship

Category: Resources / Reference,

Posted by: Enza
Posted: Sep 8th 2013
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Internships are a touchy subject. For some people, unpaid internships are a deal breaker. For others, it's how you get your foot in the door. That said, there are some objective things to consider. Internships are a two way street. Think of them as a trade-off – you help, you learn. Not you stay back until 9pm helping to paint the studio office. You shouldn't be ther...

The Leave Behind

The Leave Behind

Category: Design / Branding/Identity, Resources / Portfolios,

Posted by: Enza
Posted: Sep 8th 2013
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Nothing says thank you (and don't-you-forget-how-great-I-am) than a leave behind after your interview with a prospective employer. Your leave behind can be anything you want it to be, and there are lots of ideas you can produce to fit any budget. These are some key pointers to keep in mind when brainstorming concepts. Brand it inline so it's consistent ...

The Job Interview

The Job Interview

Category: Resources / Portfolios, Resources / Reference,

Posted by: Enza
Posted: Sep 8th 2013
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Congratulations on getting the interview! This is the meet and greet – they've seen a glimpse of your work and they like it enough to ask you to come in. They now want to find out more about you, what you're passionate about, what you do in your free time and to see that you're normal. After all, you'll be spending quite a bit of time with them and your co-workers so yo...

The Job Application

The Job Application

Category: Resources / Portfolios, Resources / Reference,

Posted by: Enza
Posted: Sep 8th 2013
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You are a creative, so get creative with how you go about applying for jobs! Personalise your application specific to the studio you are applying to and show them you're keen to work for them and have great attention to the details. By doing something to give them a reaction – to stop, laugh, think or to make them find out more about you – you'll sta...