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Map of the Dead

Map of the Dead

Category: Web / Design,

Posted by: John F
Posted: Apr 11th 2012
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We all know the zombie apocalypse will happen one day so its best to be prepared with this Google map overlay that highlights danger zones like cemeteries and perfect places to scavenge supplies. Mmmmmm brains! http://www.mapofthedead.com/ ...
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The Haystack Dept.

The Haystack Dept.

Category: Blogs, Resources / Images, Resources / Tools+Apps,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Apr 11th 2012
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Keep an eye on The Haystack Dept., a curation of usable high resolution found and original graphics, textures, type and patterns. Most are free or inexpensive. It's a tumblr, so follow up if you're keen. ...

Beyond the Pixels

Beyond the Pixels

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Meave
Posted: Apr 1st 2012
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The talented Che Douglas from Melbourne design studio Beyond the Pixels dropped in last week for a Guest Lecture spot. He talked us through the Branding process for a number of projects the studio had recently undertaken. One really interesing project was their design for one of Melbournes newest coffee meccas ...

Handmade Type - Literally.

Handmade Type - Literally.

Category: Design / Typography,

Posted by: Tanya
Posted: Mar 19th 2012
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I absolutely feel so inspired when I see projects likes this 'Handmade Type' project on Behance. Using something that we take for granted everyday, such as our 'hands' and 'arms' (those funny things we use to do just about everyt...

Sandra Diekmann

Sandra Diekmann

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: James Wiseman
Posted: Mar 18th 2012
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I love the illustrations from Sandra Diekmann. The use of nature & colour is amazing. ...
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Paperhaus Presentation, Organization and Storage Materials

Paperhaus Presentation, Organization and Storage Materials

Category: Resources / Portfolios,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Mar 16th 2012
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For all the Shillington students engaged in portfolio building (or anyone out there that's creating a portfolio) check out Paperhaus. Paperhaus is a Seattle based company specializing in contemporary ...

The Tate, Sydney, 14 Mar 2012

The Tate, Sydney, 14 Mar 2012

Category: Art, Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Mar 13th 2012
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If you're Sydney-side and into exhibitions come along to the opening of The Tate, Glebe. Bought to you by the folks who run Lo-Fi, Go Font Ur Self etc I'm sure this new venue won't disappoint. Join them for some (free) food and drink tomorrow night from 6pm. The Tate is upstairs in the Toxteth Pub, Glebe Point Road, Gl...
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Barcelona's grids!

Barcelona's grids!

Category: Other Design Fields,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Mar 12th 2012
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Now, I always knew that Barcelona is a pretty amazing city (anyone who is into art, design, music and life in general should go at least once in their lives) but I never knew how cool this section of the city was by the air! This district is called 'Eixample' and literally means 'extension' in Catalan. By all accounts it's considered to be one of the first examples of mod...

The Meander Journal

The Meander Journal

Category: Art, Designers/Studios, Interviews / Individual, Interviews / Studio, Magazines,

Posted by: Tanya
Posted: Mar 8th 2012
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Recently on Twitter I've started to take a little notice of @julianjhutton a Graphic Designer from Brisbane who is also the co-founder of The Meander Journal.  "The Meander is an online journal, which features interesting and genu...

Kiss Miklos

Kiss Miklos

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Jennifer Long
Posted: Mar 7th 2012
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Kiss Miklos (what an awesome name) is a Hungarian designer specialising in branding. His work caught my eye a little while ago and I've been following his new work via Behance. I've included a selection of his typographic logos/identities. You can see how effective they are even in plain and simple black and white. Check out the rest of his work. You won't be disappointed....