Interview with Shawn Petersen ahead of Semi-Permanent Portland

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By Cormack O'Connor in New Design on Wednesday 6 March 2013

If you haven’t already checked out our chats with Holly Wales and GMunk ahead of their appearances at Semi-Permanent Portland then you’ve been missing out. We caught up with amazing designer and Portland local Shawn Petersen ahead of his appearance at Semi-Permanent to talk the digital age, Rolling Stone, and all things Portland. LAEM: As […]

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Interview with GMunk ahead of Semi Permanent Portland

Cormack O'Connor Contributor

By Cormack O'Connor in New Design on Saturday 2 March 2013

First participating in Semi Permanent in Sydney in 2004, Bradley Munkowitz (a.k.a. GMunk) knows his stuff. After a long and illustrious career as everything from an interior designer to a creative lecturer, he’s now speaking at Semi Permanent in Portland. We caught up with GMunk before the event to talk holographs, lectures and everything Semi […]

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Semi-Permanent Melbourne

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Design on Monday 12 July 2010

Heading to Melbourne for its second year, the Semi-Permanent creative conference will showcase presentations from a dozen highly talented artists from around the world.

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Semi-Permanent Perth ticket giveaway

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Events on Thursday 20 March 2008

Our friends over at Semi-Permanent, which is the biggest annual design conference in Australia, have given us five double passes to give away to the Perth leg of the event on April 8. So if you’re a Lost At E Minor subscriber, and you want to attend, or if you’re not yet a subscriber but […]

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Amy Sol to speak at Perth Semi-Permanent

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Events on Thursday 6 March 2008

We’re big fans of the work of American illustrator, Amy Sol. So we were excited to hear that she’s winging over to Australia as a guest speaker at this year’s Perth Semi-Permanent, which is taking place on April 8. We asked her what she was expecting to find on her first visit to the country: ‘I’ve always wanted to visit. I loved to look at National Geographic articles about Australia when I was growing up and always hoped to actually visit someday. I don’t have any expectations at this point. I’m just looking forward to seeing the cities, maybe some wildlife, and perhaps meeting some cool people’.

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