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Handmade Day Sydney

Handmade Day Sydney

Category: Design / Print, Design / Typography, Other Design Fields,

Posted by: Anthony
Posted: Apr 2nd 2013
No. of comments: 2

Handmade Day is one of my favorite briefs. The students in Sydney took the brief to create a book / CD / poster without using the computer. The results were a lot of fun. Check them out below. Also keep your eyes peeled for the making of video for the Edward Scissorhands poster!  ...
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Letitia Buchan

Letitia Buchan

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Mayah Higgins
Posted: Mar 11th 2013
No. of comments: 0

I love the work of Melbourne-based Letitia Buchan. I love these typographic designs, there is an uplifting & playful approach to most of her illustrations. Lots of vivid colour, and I love the hand-drawn artwork!...

Amber Asay

Amber Asay

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Kimberly Gorrie
Posted: Mar 11th 2013
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I adore the work of Amber Asay, a recent graduate of BYU university who is living and working in Orlando Florida and interning at Disney Design Group. The examples of her work are student projects, and I was really impressed with her simple but clever designs. She has a clear understanding of what 'branding' means and executes this really well through repetition, typography and colour. The...

Michelberger Reserved Plates by Georgia Hill

Michelberger Reserved Plates by Georgia Hill

Category: Design / Branding/Identity, Design / Typography, Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Feb 26th 2013
No. of comments: 0

Georgia Hill, the talented Australian typographer living and working in Berlin, designed these pretty "Reserved" signs for the Michelberger restaurant. And what a lovely way to secure your table - only they'll have to keep an eye on them, they might be too lovely for some sticky-fi...

Design the TDK Van!

Design the TDK Van!

Category: Competitions,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Feb 21st 2013
No. of comments: 0

Would you like to have one of your designs tootle around Australia on the side of a Toyota Hiace? Of course you do! The TDK crew are going on a massive roadtrip this year, and they want to transform their very ordinary van into a magical design beast! Flex your design muscles and get creating this weekend - ...

Life Cycle of a Drop of Water

Category: Animation / Motion Graphics,

Posted by: Julian
Posted: Feb 13th 2013
No. of comments: 0

This fascinating stop-motion sequence beautifully illustrates the life-cycle of water using incredible paper 'engineering'. A wonderful collaboration between Helen Friel, Jess Deacon and Chris Turner, (paper sculptor, animator and photographer respectively),...

Poilu by Simon Laliberté

Poilu by Simon Laliberté

Category: Design / Branding/Identity, Design / Packaging,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Feb 13th 2013
No. of comments: 0

Cute, hey? I had a bit of a giggle.  ...

Best Made Co. Everything is Wonderful Maps

Best Made Co. Everything is Wonderful Maps

Category: Design / Print,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Feb 7th 2013
No. of comments: 0

  An Everything Here is Wonderful map is a jubilant window into some of the more remarkable and cherished locations you've ever (or never) explored. ...

The making of a classic

The making of a classic

Category: Art, Design / Packaging, Design / Publishing, Illustration, Interviews / Individual,

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Posted: Jan 29th 2013
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In March this year, Peter Savilles classic Blue Monday album cover will be 30 years old. Read here an interview with the man himself, about how the idea came about. ...

"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
No. of comments: 0

  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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