Oct
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Thomas Mankovsky; Ritalin

Carlton Draught’s take on Nessun Dorma taught us all that everything looks good in slow motion.

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Sep
21
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BERG; iPad light painting

A friend of mine recently describe the iPad as not being a very pointy device.

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Sep
12
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Sam Griffith; Walk Across America

Loving this stop-motion piece for Levi’s by American director Sam Griffith.

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Sep
01
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Let’s Colour

The ‘Dulux Walls’ film (part of their latest advertising campaign) has to be one of the most beautiful commercials of the last few years.

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Aug
24
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David McCandless’ Carbon-Neutral Volcano

If you’ve got a spare 20 minutes watch David McCandless‘ talk about data visualisation at the Technology, Entertainment, Design conference.

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Aug
21
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Aimee Fairman

I was lucky enough to be invited along to the opening of a couple of exhibitions at Craft Victoria including the work of Melbourne installation artist Aimee Fairman.

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Aug
20
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Hayaku; Brad Kremer

Wonderful rolling time-lapse video of Japan by American Director Brad Kemer using the Canon 5D MarkII.

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Aug
15
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Dan Kelly’s Dream

Caught a wicked set from Dan Kelly at the Corner Hotel here in Melbourne on Friday night for the release of his new album ‘Dan Kelly’s Dream‘.

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Aug
10
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Keith Schofield

K-Swiss recently hired Keith Schofield to put together a fairly awesome commercial with the tag line ‘Have an Awesome Day. Which is timely, because 2010 has turned out to be the year of the word Awesome. Personally I’m hoping the word ‘splendid’ makes a revival in 2011.

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Aug
04
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Aluminium furniture melted and re-set as pools after the Black Saturday bushfires in 2009.  Aluminium has a melting point of 660°C.

Black Saturday. Aftermath.

After months of deliberation the Royal Commission report into the 2009 bushfires has been released and its findings have been made public.

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Jul
26
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ASIOKE

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.

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Jul
17
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Sensory Overload

Some shots from the Sensory Overload installation at the Workers Club on Wednesday.

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Jul
05
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Phaedra Hairdressing Website

Dave and I here at Riddip have finished work on an in-house website redesign for local hairdressing salon Phaedra.

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Jul
03
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Fiona Banner

I came across this conceptual art piece by British artist Fiona Banner which is currently on display at the Tate in London.

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Jun
30
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Roald van der Meer

Some labour-intensive identity work from Dutch designer Roald van der Meer using forced-perspective to bring the MTV logo to life.

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Jun
24
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Samurai Branding 101

In keeping with the last few updates on branding and Identity design I’ve scanned in some excerpts from this book of Japanese family crests and heraldry.

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Jun
18
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Logo Design: Thinking Inside the Box

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.

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Jun
06
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Fontana Transport

Thanks to Benny and Matty for letting me ride shotgun yesterday.

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Jun
06
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Mt Feathertop

The view from Mt Feathertop last Saturday.

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Jun
03
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Christoph Morlinghaus

Europe is filled with Cathedrals built centuries ago that were designed to inspire awe and show off the wealth of the church and the city-states that helped finance them.

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