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Deanne Cheuk

Once named by influential UK style magazine, The Face, as one of the top fifty creative minds in the world, artist and designer Deanne Cheuk has a dynamic illustration style … Read more

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Why hand-drawn is the new black

There’s been an interesting trend recently in print and advertising work in particular away from the perfect symmetry and airbrushed cleanliness of vector art and back towards a looser form … Read more

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Bright, shiny things

There’s a radiance about the creative work emanating from Brooklyn, New York right now; a glistening, velvetine glow that seeps through the illustrations and art and tickles the melodies of … Read more

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The jelly’s in the pot

On my best days I feel just like a great white shark. Not all-conquering and indestructible — though I have my moments — but rather that if I ever stop … Read more

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Canteen

I recently did a series of five illustrations for the new literary magazine, Canteen. What I like about it is that it’s not pretentious. What you see is what you … Read more

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Be your own pet

Ok, granted this may be a little too much information, but heck we’re all adults here (our screening process is rigorous I tell you, rigorous) and this is something that’s … Read more

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Roses in the snow

Fernanda Cohen Local design studio, Anyhow, are one of the guest speakers at this year’s Semi-Permanent conference. I spoke to designer, Kristian Pechotsch, about what sets Anyhow apart from other … Read more

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Try anything twice

Fernanda Cohen I’ve been getting into Catherine’s online journal this week. There’s all sorts of interesting musings on life, music and art up there along with a tasty little selection … Read more

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Wake me up lo go

Fernanda Cohen First off, a big heads up to the talented folk at Melbourne-based design studio, Urchin Associates, who have created a new logo for Lost At E Minor which … Read more

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