Last Sunday saw the first ever ‘Chromacon‘ — Auckland’s newest Illustration & Comic Arts Festival. It’s a grassroots effort to showcase original New Zealand art and promote self-published work. With more than 70 stands full of amazing talent, it has to … More »
When I embarked on this post for NZ Music Month, I posed the question to various musicophiles (?) “What is your favourite NZ album cover and why?”. I was amazed by the depth and detail of the majority of replies I got, which perhaps reflects the passion the respondents have for their music collections.
Paulus M. Dreibholz, typographer and designer. Typographic experiments.
Often, when you receive a new project and you commit to the process of creation, your energy levels and enthusiasm are high, your ideas are plentiful and your excitement palpable. At other times, … More »
How can designers keep up with the varied facets of an ever-evolving vocation? Not only do we need to remain current with creative developments and trends but also the tools that change and grow every year. Although the graphic design … More »
Sally Greer will be speaking at our Autumn Conversations evening on Wednesday 20th March. In a round of quick fire questions, we get to know her a little better before the event…
What project, personal or professional are you most proud … More »