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6 Inspiring Hand Lettering Artists

Beautiful lettering created by Pellisco An art form that was heavily used during the early centuries in illuminated manuscripts, hand lettering is still strong on the design scene and hopefully here to stay. You probably walk past hand lettering on a daily basis, from artisan chalkboards…

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Some words of wisdom from designer and illustrator, Zach Hobbs.

  As well as working as a communication designer at IDEO, Zach Hobbs creates experimental, abstract, and satirical artworks that resemble the sharpie rendition of a bad acid trip. I was lucky enough to interview Zach recently and wanted to share with you his insights…

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The woman behind the mac icons

Starting at Apple in 1982, Susan Kare’s first job was to design a Mac System Font. Something bold in order to stand out and take over from the thin jaggedy placeholder font being used. At the end of that first day Kare had worked on…

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Reflecting on AGDA’s ‘Design Means Business’ event series.

What does BUSINESS + DESIGN mean to us? On the 22nd March, some of us here at Truly Deeply nestled our way into the Clemenger Auditorium at the NGV – pen and notebook in hand – eager to soak up what the speakers at AGDA’s…

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Inspiring minds: on creativity, original thinking and work life

Sharing some inspiring TED talks to get you thinking in different ways… enjoy!! Your elusive creative genius Elizabeth Gilbert, the author of ‘Eat, Pray, Love’, muses on the impossible things we expect from artists and geniuses — and shares the radical idea that, instead of…

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Creativity and the Art of Zen

Have you ever had one of those moments where you’re drifting off to sleep and a great idea or solution pops into your head, only to be lost the next morning, unless you take time to get up and write your thoughts down? Or maybe…

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Another successful Art with Heart charity event!

After a successful night and many sore heads, we are pleased to announce most of the artworks have now sold and we will be contacting the successful bidders! There are still some pieces available, so we have set up a gallery on our Facebook  so you can still…

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Utilising stunt advertising for market cut through

Upcoming movie, Carrie, successfully utilises stunt advertising for market cut through Over the last few days, the Internet has been abuzz about the stunt-based advertising for Carrie, a Stephen King novel and remake of the 1976 horror movie. The prank is fairly simple in concept:…

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Creative collaboration reinventing a game of mini golf.

As a part of the 25th anniversary of the Walker Art Centre’s Sculpture Garden in Minneapolis, artists, architects and engineers have collaborated to create the unique mini golf course “Walker on the Green.” Each hole throughout the course is an artwork in itself, by introducing…

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Open House Melbourne an innovative event brand.

Open House Melbourne is an event that provides a free and rare opportunity to discover the interior design, architecture and engineering of historic buildings nestled around the city. Recently, the brand’s extensive integrated campaign has been building in anticipation of this weekend’s event. I’ve noticed…

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Brand responsibility. Coca Cola tries to sugar-coat obesity issues with new campaign.

This week, Coca Cola has released a new campaign, which they claim is part of their commitment to help fight obesity. With the brand being threatened, Coca Cola is trying to take a leadership position on the issue by trying to reframe the discussion around…

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Naming balls up for professional services giant

Multinational professional services giant, Ernst & Young launched their newly named brand, EY, earlier this month with an accompanying fresh new look. A re-brand is always an exciting time for any brand. Unfortunately for EY though, who deal heavily in due diligence and corporate advice, is that…

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