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Type By Hand Workshops - Feb 16 & 17 + 23 & 24

Type By Hand Workshops - Feb 16 & 17 + 23 & 24

Category: Design / Typography, Events/Exhibitions, Resources / Educational,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Feb 3rd 2013
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The Australian Type Foundary are running another series of Type By Hand workshops in Sydney and Brisbane over the coming weeks. Hosted by Wayne Thompson and Gemma O'Brien the...

"Eyes, Shoulders, Ears & Bowls…" Typography under the bonnet

"Eyes, Shoulders, Ears & Bowls…" 
Typography under the bonnet

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

Posted by: John Palowski
Posted: Jan 25th 2013
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  This week our FT students have just been tested on their knowledge on the basics of the anatomy of a typeface (all of whom passed with flying colours – clever bunch!). We think they're ready for a bit of advanced theory… and where better to start than this beautiful new publication by ...
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AGDA Opening Doors

AGDA Opening Doors

Category: Design Associations, Events/Exhibitions, Resources / Portfolios, Resources / Reference,

Posted by: Tanya
Posted: Oct 23rd 2012
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AGDA Opening Doors Seminar is the perfect event to attend if you are a student trying to break in to the design industry. Are you worried about finding a job? Learn how to get your foot in the door and recieve excellent resources that will give you that edge over your competitors. ...

Type By Hand Workshop - Sydney

Type By Hand Workshop - Sydney

Category: Design / Typography, Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Sep 23rd 2012
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Tanya, Maz, Anthony, Enza, myself and a few Shillington students past and present joined typographers Wayne Thompson and Gemma O'Brien at a Type By Hand Workshop in Sydney at the weekend. ...

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...

'Uninvited redesigns'

'Uninvited redesigns'

Category: Design / Branding/Identity,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Aug 30th 2012
No. of comments: 1

  Something I picked up on Twitter yesterday via The Coolhunter (still a firm favourite for inspiration!) — a cool (read: very hipster) take on American Airlines' branding. It's the work of Anna K&...

How to run a Brainstorm

How to run a Brainstorm

Category: Resources / Educational, Resources / Reference,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Aug 28th 2012
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Fabulous 3-part article by UK's Creative Huddle as featured on Creative Boom — 'How to run a Brainstorm' part 1 (preparation), ...

Wunderkammer by Wasted Spaces

Category: Art,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Jun 7th 2012
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Shillington NYC lecturer Michael Sharp's Wasted Spaces has recently installed Wunderkammer, which uses sound activated lights that respond to the city and it's inhabitants. Watch the video to see Wunderkammer in action and visit the site to read mor...

Frank Chimero in Australia, June 2012

Frank Chimero in Australia, June 2012

Category: Designers/Studios, Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: May 15th 2012
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This June, Portable is proud to present Frank Chimero, one of America’s most influential thinkers in the design industry. Based in New York, Frank Chimero is one of America’s preeminent thought leaders on design theory, practice and culture. He has worked as a...

Lotte - 0 to 12 years in under 3 minutes

Category: Documentaries/Film,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Apr 30th 2012
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This is taking timelapse to another level! Frans Hofmeester filmed his daughter every week from birth until she turned 12. There's more to come but you may have to wait another 12 years for the next instalment. Pretty mind-blowing! ...
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