Tag Archives: Hobart
The smallest comics festival with the longest name, or so it seems. Fun creating some design again this year for such a team of passionate people. No 3 : Her Majesty’s Favourite Really Great Graphical Festival program.
Hobart, a town in Tasmania, close to Antarctica, founded just 210 years ago, in 1804, or thereabouts. This building is not that old, but one of the older ones in the city centre. I like how the letters seem to … Continue reading
I’m very excited to have been invited by Contemporary Art Spaces Tasmania (CAST) to be their inaugural artist for the members wall. Click here to see the work.
Talking Heads always manages to cheer me up and so did David Byrne with St Vincent last night at their concert in Hobart. From the very first song until their last one – after two on-calls I found myself dancing. … Continue reading
The typeface for the Inflight gallery sign was chosen as a homage to the old letter-press font ‘Haassche Akzidenz Grotesk’ (the original typeface which became Helvetica later). The unique irregularities of a printed letter-press letter with its ever so slightly … Continue reading
Inflight artist run initiative is devoted to bring new and experimental art out into the streets and galleries of Hobart. Together with the artist Nicola Smith I have designed this 6 month gallery program. It plays with the transparency of … Continue reading
Espresso is made by forcing very hot water under high pressure through finely ground, compacted coffee. This produces the crema, which does not occur in other brewing methods. Today a Hobart Café served this beautiful espresso which inspired me to quickly put together … Continue reading
Inflight Artist Run Initiative program design in collaboration with artist Nicola Smith.
It’s always magical to see hand-illustrations, computerized into vector graphics and eventually laser cut and assembled into a real size artwork. The Albuera Primary School entry-window facade artwork was a collaboration with Tasmanian artist Jonathan Partridge. It contains over twenty … Continue reading