Monday, February 28, 2011
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
To the outside world Trevor White (aka 'Trev' as he is affectionately known in the Studio) may look like any other toy dog, but looks can be deceiving. Trevor is a valued member of the Boheem team, and wears many hats in the Studio including; Mascot, Children's Entertainer, Model, and Confidant. But I guess his most important role is that of Manager, 'Person in Charge', Top Dog (unofficially of course), this role is particularly useful when the studio is busy and we need to pawn off those pesky sales calls, then Trev's our go-to man. And while he enjoys taking sales calls, as you can imagine, he is almost always unavailable to speak, usually out of the office on important business trips and the likes. But fear not , if you can't catch Trevor over the phone, you can always get him on email.
Monday, February 21, 2011
You can't really tell from the entrance way, wander through the doors of 122 Redfern St Redfern and you'll feel like you've both stepped back in time and into a carefully arranged collection of things which might have been saved from a well-travelled pirate ship. Seasonal Concepts is owned and curated by florist Ken Wallis, and if you fancy a trip down memory lane I recommend you give yourself a good half an hour in this magic place.
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Here's one for the diary: Thursday February 24th, Kass and I will be doing a little song and dance at an AGDA event, to be held at Southern Colour printers in St Leonards. We will be presenting examples of our work "that embody sustainable practice without sacrificing great design". We'll be talking mostly about the work we do with UnitingWorld and the way they prioritise using recycled paper stocks. Tickets can be purchased through the AGDA website. Moral support welcomed!
Sunday, February 13, 2011
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Monday, February 7, 2011
There are so many visual delights to be found on the web, in the most unexpected places. I must admit I can't actually find the names of the clever people who put this curious little online zine together, but I know I found it at issuu.com (check out the "creative" link). With the print production no longer being an obstacle for some wanna-be magazine editors, there are now limitless opportunities for anyone with a good idea who wants to publish something special and unique.
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Wordmark.it is a super useful tool that installs your fonts and lets you view selected text in a clean and simple grid online. Invert the contrast to have reversed out text, change the size of each tile or isolate selected fonts and compare them.
Have a play here on their website.
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