Follow the paper trail: publications in the archive

What does it mean to be ‘bookish’ in these days of Hypertext? I think of ancient stories carefully transcribed as words and images onto vellum. Bound into a unique volume, […]

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Fresh from the field — TEDxWellington, Strategy

This week’s Fresh from the Field celebrates the recent identity work for TEDxWellington by Strategy Creative. If you’ve got new or recent work that you’d like to share in our […]

5 years ago by

Smells Like Fresh Print: Curious Metal — Yin/Yang by B&F Papers

Brought to you by B&F Papers, the Smells Like Fresh Print series celebrates the beauty and tactile qualities of recently created, selected print projects. This week we share and celebrate B&F Paper’s own […]

5 years ago by

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 […]

5 years ago by

5 Minutes with… Unna Burch

Self-taught home cook, stylist and food photographer Unna Burch recently released her newly created cookbook, ‘The Forest Cantina – HOME’ Cookbook. Wellington-based designer, Marine Bucher, grabbed a quick five minutes […]

5 years ago by

100 Days Project: Alisha Henry

100 Days Project is a simple creativity project that requires one thing, every day for 100 days. This year’s 100 Days Project is well underway, featuring its usual exciting, and […]

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The 2017 PANZ Book Design Awards

The short lists for this  year’s PANZ Book Design Awards have now been published. The winners will be announced at the Awards Ceremony taking place in Auckland on July 20th. We wish all […]

5 years ago by

Auckland Zinefest 2017

The Auckland Zinefest graces our winter again from this Saturday 8th of July until Friday 4th of August. There are a ton of activities and opportunities to participate: Zinefest Market Sunday […]

5 years ago by

Designing for Print by The Print Guys, Part II

Brought to you by The Print Guys As a design professional, you’re going to come up against all sorts of challenges and issues when printing your designs. Print is a highly complex […]

5 years ago by

A man you need to know: Robert Coupland Harding, Part IV

Written by Kelly Gilchrist Earlier articles in this series are available here: Part I, Part II, Part III To undertake a project the size of Typo is an outstanding feat by today’s standard; […]

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From the archives… Cheap Thrills, Ilam Press

An interview by Matt Galloway with Luke Wood, 2016, about Cheap Thrills and Ilam Press: MG: So Cheap Thrills finally arrived in my mail box today… and I’ve had a chance […]

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DA Workshop — Risograph printing with Inky Palms, 1 April 2017, Auckland

Join the team at Inky Palms for this full-day risograph printing workshop in Auckland: Risograph printing with Inky Palms Saturday 1st April 10am–4.00pm Inky Palms,  203h La Gonda Arcade, Karangahape Road, Auckland $299 […]

6 years ago by

In Conversation with Threaded.

Threaded, for those unfamiliar, is a biannual magazine sharing insights into a range of practitioners and their practice, across the creative industries. Started in 2004 by Clarke and Fiona Grieve, the international collaborative project curates these insights into practice through discussion and presentation of practice, thinking and process. The publication has always been an impressively ambitious gem in the Auckland design scene, so lovingly crafted by its small team, while achieving a wide readership thanks to the cast of creative heavy hitters they manage to enrol. The latest issue, though, has taken a slightly different focus, hinting at what feels like a very personal journey that has culminated in an issue that feels like a homecoming of sorts for the magazine.

6 years ago by

5 Minutes with… Kalee Jackson

Kalee Jackson is an Auckland-based independent designer. Her work focusses on typography, exhibition branding, publication design, and printed ephemera. She has worked for some of our top New Zealand galleries creating exhibition […]

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