Mar
28
0
Detail

Dan McCarthy

American designer and artist Dan McCarthy has an exceptional portfolio of poster illustrations on his site.

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Mar
16
0
Untitled

Paul Gallo

The good thing about living in Melbourne is that there are very few suburbs suffering from the sort of urban decay that you find in some European and North American cities.

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Mar
11
0
sic itur ad astra

Infographics: Michael Paukner

I come across a lot of high-quality infographics in publications like New Scientists and I’m continually impressed by how designers find new ways to present information.

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Mar
11
1
Vancouver 2010

Vancouver 2010

With digital video cameras becoming more and more sophisticated there’s an argument that, when it comes to sports coverage, still photography will soon be obsolete.

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Feb
28
0
Polar bear and cub

Skeptical Science

A very talented friend of mine working for Shine Technologies here in Melbourne has just completed work on an iPhone application designed to provide easy access to the scientific data that contradicts some of the more popular arguments put forward by ‘climate skeptics’.

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Feb
24
0
Crowds at SLAM

SLAM Rally

I know it’s only rock and roll, but I like it.

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Feb
21
0
Loneliness

Corey Arnold

There are some truly remarkable places to work in this world but few opportunities to really see them up close. Corey Arnold is a Photographer who has worked for most of his adult life as a commercial fisherman and his images of life onboard these ships are powerful and frightening but also shot through with humour.

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Feb
19
0
Brian Ulrich

Brian Ulrich

Taking a superbly trained eye to consumer culture we have US photographer Brian Ulrich.

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Feb
12
0
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Michael Johansson

Shamelessly cross-posted from Scott Hanson’s blog iso50 we have Swedish sculptor and installation artist Michael Johansson.

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Feb
12
0
Slag-heap

John Short

I Ffffound British photographer John Short not long ago and discovered that as well as a collection of vivid commercial still life images he also has a great collection of landscape photographs.

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Feb
12
0
Levi Wrangler

Wrangler Blue

A friend sent me a link to Wrangler’s latest web advertising campaign.

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Jan
10
0
XRuins5

Dan Tobin Smith

I was born when this music video was the high water mark for computer graphics and I’ve watched as 3D modeling software evolved to allow for astounding photorealistic images and animation.

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Jan
09
0
The Cosmonaut

Jeremy Geddes

I came across Melbourne painter Jeremy Geddes on Design Is Kinky.

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Dec
30
0
Noma Bar

Noma Bar

Demonstrating a MacGuyver-like resourcefulness with shape and colour we have Israeli graphic designer Noma Bar.

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Dec
30
1
Electric uke

Derek Pendavingh

Every once in a while my dad cracks his knuckles and heads off to the garage and produces some marvelous work of art.

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Dec
29
0
Robert Samuel Hanson

Robert Samuel Hanson

I’ve been living in illustrator for the last couple of weeks and I thought I’d take a break from grids and pen tools to mention a two of my favourite minimalist illustrators starting with UK artist Robert Hanson.

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Dec
14
0
We Buy Your Kids

We Buy Your Kids

Melbourne is amping up for 2010s Laneway Festival and the organisation is busy assuring the local indie music fans that they wont be taking the rough and ready approach they did last year that resulted in a great number of pissed off people in plaid shirts and skinny jeans. But if you dig the lineup for next year, or you’ve seen the promo posters, then you’ve seen the work of We Buy Your Kids.

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Dec
01
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JB business card

Jacob’s Business Cards

The final printed business cards for sound and lighting technician Jacob Battista.

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Nov
17
0
IMG_1921-land

Woefully Inaccurate

I held off posting these photos because I didn’t want to inadvertently promote the Star Wars exhibit at Melbourne’s Scienceworks. But it’s finished now so there’s no danger of that.

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