Desktop Magazine #283 June
In this issue, we report back on graphic designer Spencer Harrison’s co-working adventure around Melbourne (where he spent a week at five different co-working spots); we look at branding of Australian states – what do state brands tell us about ourselves and the places inwhich we live?; we spend 24 hours with Vince Frost; we ask six creatives about the importance of upskilling.
What’s inside the June issue:
Feature: The great co-working adventure Inspired by everything that co-working has to offer, desktop sent Spencer Harrison on a co-working adventure around Melbourne.
The Day: 24 hours with Vince Frost In this series, we find out what gets creatives up in the morning and how they navigate through their days. First up: Vince Frost.
State by state: Our design landscape What do ‘state brands’ tell us about ourselves and the places in which we live? Heath Killen investigates.
Talk: Designers are not normal people: Are the hours spent in front of the Mac futile? Swear Words’ Scott Larritt discusses the role of a ‘graphic designer’.
The Logo: The Jacky Winter Group With over half a dozen sub-brands under its belt, we take a look at the identity system that keeps this illustration agency flying.
Project Wall: Featured projects
We profile new projects: Eamo Donnelly’s poster series, High Country Harvest identity, VCE 2012 campaign and more.
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