Fresh from the field: Chapter 2, Onfire Design

This week’s Fresh from the Field reveals a 3-dimensional graphic design project completed by Onfire Design for Chapter 2. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. Well-known designer, architect and bike racer, Michael Pryde recently opened the latest chapter of…

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Fresh from the field — Refreshing L&P, Marx

This week’s Fresh from the Field celebrates L&P‘s rebranding via some stunning photography, brought to you by Marx. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. With their ‘World Famous in New Zealand’ campaign in the mid 2000’s, L&P cemented itself…

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Fresh from the field — Toast, by Designworks

This week’s Fresh from the Field features the recent Toast project — a publication and accompanying promotional event — celebrating creative process by the talented team at Designworks. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. The Toast Project is about…

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Fresh from the field — Glenn Jones 2018 Calendar

This week’s Fresh from the Field showcases the new 2018 Calendar full of kiwi-inspired illustrations by Glenn Jones. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. “This is our fourth calendar featuring 12 Glenn Jones Art print designs. It’s really quite…

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Fresh from the field — GoodFor, Marx Design

This week’s Fresh from the Field celebrates the feel good, beautiful, new small brand identity for GoodFor, Ponsonby’s recently established wholefoods refillery, brought to you by Marx. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. GoodFor is a wholefoods refillery that…

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Fresh from the field — Sui Gen Gifts by Stansfield Design

This week’s Fresh from the Field features the beautifully serene new branding and identity work for Sui Gen Gifts by Elliot at Stansfield Design Studio: If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. The Brief How many times do we want to buy a gift…

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Fresh from the Field — The Changer, makebardo

This week’s Fresh from the Field features the beautiful identity and packaging work for Queenstown based Mt. Rosa‘s The Changer mulled wine syrup, thanks to makebardo. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. About The story begins after several ski holidays in…

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Fresh from the Field — Kekulé’s Dream, Outlier Cartel and Sam Bunny

This week’s Fresh from the Field features the new illustrations and packaging design for Kekulé’s Dream by Sam Bunny and Outlier Cartel. We’re delighted to have Outlier Cartel be a part of our 6th Annual Design Assembly Pub Quiz in Auckland. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the…

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Fresh from the Field — Careers NZ, Pixel Fusion

This week’s Fresh from the Field features the new CV Builder Tool for Careers NZ by Pixel Fusion. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. Careers NZ Case Study The Challenge Careers NZ provides an invaluable service to the population of…

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Fresh from the Field — Lunchclub, Transformer

This week’s Fresh from the Field showcases the Lunchclub initiative devised by the fun-filled creative folk at Transformer. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. Lunchclub transpired after a few Friday lunches out, having had an itch to work on a web…

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Fresh from the Field — First Light, Dow Design

This week’s Fresh from the Field showcases the branding, identity and packaging for First Light grass-fed meats by Dow. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. The brief: At first we were commissioned just to come up with a positioning for First Light. They…

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Fresh from the field — Ministry of Awesome, Christchurch

This week’s Fresh from the Field showcases the new look for the Ministry of Awesome‘s Christchurch space by Tanker Creative, thanks to Nicola Devine. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. “Crazy, cool, wow and eye-catching” was the brief Team Tanks got from the…

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Fresh from the Field — Disobedient Teaching, Welby Ings

Written by Nicole Arnett Phillips When I was at AUT, I was distracted. I enjoyed design, I enjoyed learning… but I was also working 18+ (often 24-30) hours per week, partying most evenings, and was diagnosed with celiac disease. So looking back now, parts of my time at university are a bit of a blur…

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Fresh from the Field — Newsroom, Sanders Design

This week’s Fresh from the Field showcases the branding and identity for Newsroom by Sanders Design. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. “Last month two of the country’s heavy news hitters launched Newsroom; an independent news and current affairs site. Tim Murphy,…

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Fresh from the field — Mayicha Tea

This week’s Fresh from the Field showcases new branding and packaging for Mayicha tea by Lucie Blazevska. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. “Mayicha is a traditional, high quality pu-erh tea product from Thailand. My client let me completely unleash…

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Fresh from the Field — Feel A Little

This week’s Fresh from the Field showcases a recent Little Love (Mary Egan Publishing) project with some great illustrations from Evie Kemp. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. Feel A Little, the book of little poems about big feelings, combines original…

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Fresh from the Field — Proudly Asian Theatre, Category

This week’s Fresh from the Field celebrates the new branding for PAT by Category. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. About: Proudly Asian Theatre is an exciting new theatre company dedicated to giving a voice to Asian theatre artists…

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Fresh from the field — Maven from Onfire Design

This week’s Fresh from the Field reveals a 3-dimensional graphic design project completed by Onfire Design for Maven. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. Located on the edge of native bushland in Auckland, Maven handcrafts some of the most…

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Fresh from the Field — Robert Harris, Fuman

This week’s Fresh from the Field showcases an iconic New Zealand company’s update by Fuman, for Robert Harris. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. The brief Robert “Bob” Harris was one of NZ’s original coffee entrepreneurs. In 1952, from his barbershop and tobacconist, he…

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Fresh from the Field — Tamatea Dusky Sound Restoration Project, Hight Design

This week’s Fresh from the Field features new work by Mel and the team at Hight Design If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. The brief The team at Hight was approached by Edge-Effect, a company that contracts to the Department of Conservation,…

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Fresh from the field — Batch from Transformer

This week’s Fresh from the Field profiles a new promotional project by Transformer for Batch. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details. Batch is a self-initiated promotional project aiming to encapsulate who we are, as collaborators who excel in our client partnerships.…

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Fresh from the Field — ClickClack By Dow Design

In this week’s Fresh from the Field we profile a new project by Dow Design for ClickClack. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our weekly Fresh from the Field series email Zoë for details.  The Brief:  To look at the ClickClack identity. The client suspected that they didn’t have a…

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Fresh from the Field — Aunt Jean’s Dairy

Second up for 2017, we feature new work from Voice for Aunt Jean’s Dairy — design inspiration for our Fresh from the Field series. CHALLENGE When you release a new dairy product into New Zealand’s competitive consumer dairy market you need to show commitment, pointy differentiation and a strong pathway to launch. The client, a…

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Fresh from the Field — The Day the Costumes Stuck by Toby Morris

Our inaugural Fresh from the Field for 2017 features one of Beatnik’s recent releases created by Toby Morris. “The Day The Costumes Stuck is a delightfully quirky tale that will stimulate the imagination, and will leave a fun and lasting impression on children. Filled with Toby’s striking and colourful illustrations, this book will bring a smile to all. The…

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