As a graphic designer, I feel it is important to practice passionately in your own free time as well as design professionally for a living. My passionate practice usually takes the form of lettering or typography and from time-to-time I’ll take a class or workshop to help me further my skills. Last weekend I was lucky enough to score a place in a class at WorkShop in Redfern run by amazing Australian Typographer Luke
Toward the end of last year, we worked on a great project for the Copyright Agency. They tasked us to refresh the design for their annual review. We collaborated with a sydney-based illustrator, Lew Keilar, to create this publication and here are the results! Check out more of our Annual Report Designs here.
We have just wrapped up the design and production of an A3 portfolio for our friends over at Design Devine, showcasing their awesome interior design work and craftsmanship. For a hand-crafted look and feel it was bound with Singer-sewn stitching. See more of our promotional designs here.
Once again the Brief Exchange graphic design exhibition has come and gone with great success. This novel idea is the brainchild of Noeleen Doheny who curates the exhibition and invites creatives from around the globe to exchange design briefs at random with fellow design enthusiasts. This year was my fourth year contributing to this exhibition as I find it never fails to get the creative juices flowing. My entry this
Remember when you were little and your nan made you play Memory while she made the tea. Well, now there is a very classy typographic version on the market for all the Graphic Designers out there who want to test their typeface recognition. We saw it on this groovy little blog but you can cut out the middle man and go straight ahead and buy it from here! Andrea Dell 28.05.2012