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To intern or not to intern - Pip Jamieson

To intern or not to intern - Pip Jamieson

Category: Interviews / Individual, Resources / Educational,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Sep 19th 2011
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Some wise words from The Loop's Pip Jamieson (featured on the Desktop website) on whether or not to take an internship. "For employers, it’s not only a wonderful chance to give back to the industry, and help shape the seniors of tomorrow; it’s a...

No more 4 letter words with 3 letter kerning technique.

No more 4 letter words with 3 letter kerning technique.

Category: Blogs, Design / Typography, Resources / Educational, Resources / Online Tutorials, Resources / Reference,

Posted by: Lee
Posted: Sep 19th 2011
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Great article on Kerning via www.creativepro.com. I stumbled across some images on designspiration that were referencing kerning and it brought me to this easy to ...

hipshops

hipshops

Category: Architecture, Blogs, Design / Environmental,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Sep 19th 2011
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Not that I needed any other excuses to go shopping here in London... hipshops is a great resource for those seeking quality goods sold in beautiful spaces by great staff. Nice to note another prequisite for inclusion to the site is 'a coherent graphic concept for the shop's identity and communication tools (printed mat...

Generation Press

Generation Press

Category: Design / Print, Printing/Production,

Posted by: Leyla
Posted: Sep 19th 2011
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Generation Press have an amazing image library of the beautiful projects they've been working on. Check it out, it's worth a perve. ...

Last Clock

Category: Art,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Sep 16th 2011
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If you needed another excuse to go and buy yourself an iPad, here it is: Last Clock. A really interesting idea shedding some light on time and its 'rhythms' in daily life. ...
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Steven Rhodes

Steven Rhodes

Category: Art, Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Sep 15th 2011
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You may have seen us tweeting and facebooking about Shillo grad Steven Rhodes before but we've yet to feature him on our blog. Steven's got an awesome illustrative style (and a slightly quirky sense of humour). His work's been featured in Wooden Toy, Semi-Permanent and vaious other publications. We were luck...

Hennie Haworth

Hennie Haworth

Category: Design / Typography, Illustration,

Posted by: Maz
Posted: Sep 15th 2011
No. of comments: 1

Hennie Haworth's felt-tipped take on everyday objects never fails to make me smile. Awesome lettering, too. For more alphabets, surface patterns, book covers and even a vending machine or two, check out her fabulous website here. ...
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Bec Winnel

Bec Winnel

Category: Art, Design / Editorial, Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Sep 15th 2011
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If I could get anyone to draw my portrait I think it would have to be the very talented Melbournian artist, Bec Winnel. Bec's portraits are just so wonderfully soft and feminine. It would be hard for even the the staunchest of tomboys not to want to don a pretty floral dress and cherry lipgloss after looking at her work. She's been ...

Jessica Hische

Jessica Hische

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Christine Moore
Posted: Sep 14th 2011
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Jessica Hische is a letterer, illustrator and designer. She is well known for projects such as the Daily Drop Cap and Should I Work For Free. The Daily Drop Cap website is based around her own and guest interpretations of the letters of the alphabet. As well as this Jessica keeps a blog and you are able to buy her designs online. As it says on her website: 'Jessica and her work have... been featu...

Little White Lies via issuu.com

Category: Design / Editorial, Design / Publishing, Design / Typography, Documentaries/Film, Magazines, Resources / Reference,

Posted by: Lee
Posted: Sep 15th 2011
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If you haven't checked out issuu.com. You should. A lot of publications post their mags online (some use it for documents and folios) through issuu. You can often look at the whole magazine for nothing. If you create an account (at no cost) with issuu you can bookmark them in your online library for future reading. ...