Archive for the Client ‘Print’

A0

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Some images of the wonderfully large A0 posters we produced for the launch of Creative Spaces.

Love your local musems

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A5 promotional card for this years ABC Radio National Regional Museums Award.

Riverland Catalogue

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Forty page A5 booklet accompanying an exhibition as part of the Engaging Visions project.  Aswell as all the layout and design we produced the aerial collage on the front and back covers.  The booklet features work from many artists aswell as numurous stunning photographs by Dean Sewell of Oculi.

Creative Spaces launch.

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Print invitations for the launch of the Creative Spaces website (which we also designed and built) - the website is still in development (beware: browser testing not completed… Firefox please) - but we are already gearing up for the launch party.

Our Own Particular Truth

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We have a solo show coming up at IMP gallery in Prahran, Melbourne.  More details to come (as we are frantically finishing off the works) - but here is the invite produced for the show.

Engaging Visions Tumut Catalogue

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Thirty two page booklet to accompany the exhibition ‘tumut’ - part of the Engaging Visions project.

Marvellous Museums Awards

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Following the interface design we produced for the ABC Radio National project Marvellous Mueseums, we were asked to produce the certificate awarded to the various winners of the competition component of the project.

Engaging Visions: Tumut Invitation

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An invitation produced for and Exhibition held in Tumut N.S.W as part of the ongoing Engaging Visions project.

Engaging Visions Invite

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An invitation to one of the exhibitions associated with the Engaging Visions project that we are doing the website and print work for.

Wet River Dry Lake

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Poster produced for the Australian National University Environment Studio. Rachel took the photography and Paul layed out the design. The exhibition was installed in a old paddle steamer and traveled up the Murray River.