My name is Richard. I’m a designer living in Melbourne, Australia. I make interactive things. Occasionally I’ll make things just to look at and I’ll put them up here.
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Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag paints images of suburban Sweden in the 1980s transformed by some unexplained technological breakthrough.
A series of pictograms from German modernist designer Gerd Arntz.
ASIOKE is a short motion graphics piece I put together a few years ago using After Effects. It combines two of my favourite things; karaoke and paranoia.
The first post on this blog is more than a year old now and it was a link to the ‘World of Logotypes’ book published in 1976 and re-discovered and scanned by designer Eric Carl.
I recently listened to ABC Radio’s Interview with senator Stephen Conroy – Australia’s Federal Minister for Communications about the mandatory internet filter that looks set to be introduced later on this year.
American designer and artist Dan McCarthy has an exceptional portfolio of poster illustrations on his site.
Demonstrating a MacGuyver-like resourcefulness with shape and colour we have Israeli graphic designer Noma Bar.
Here are a few initial proofs for a logotype for sound and lighting technician Jacob Battista.