Luca Ionescu: Sydney-based designer

Andy Howell Reader Find

By Andy Howell in New Design on Tuesday 29 June 2010

He’s the founder of the infamous pre-Monster Children design magazine from Australia, Refill Mag, in its first few years easily the best creative culture journal around. Through Refill Magazine and its companion creative conference RPRSNT, Luca Ionescu brought together some of the most influential and eclectic creatives in the the world, including Pablo Ferro, Mr Cartoon, and A-Ron the Don.

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Andrew Fairclough

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By Zolton in New Design on Monday 24 November 2008

There’s a wonderful sense of symmetry amongst the sharp lines and clean, crips graphics of Sydney-based designer, Andrew Fairclough’s work. His clients are generally US and Canadian, for whom he works on everything from snowboard graphics and advertising, to exhibition design and branding.

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Jessie Hill

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By This Island Life in New Fashion on Thursday 6 November 2008

You’d be hard-pressed finding a designer with a more impressive background than Jessie Hill. While most of us were waiting to outgrow our awkward teenage years, she was already on her way to Los Angeles. Leaving her Sydney home at just seventeen to pursue her love of fashion, it wasn’t long before Jessie Hill made a name for herself, styling cool kids like No Doubt and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

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342 Seconds

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By Zolton in New Events on Monday 3 November 2008

The graduate exhibition of third year graphic design students at Sydney’s Design Centre is called 342 Seconds and relates to the estimated time required to view the show. The exhibition takes place on December 3 and looks to be well worth checking out, if these works by Jenny Lee [above] and Sean Batchelor [below] are anything to go by. You can check into their blog and stay up to date with events leading up to the opening.

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Dion Lee’s ‘mitosis’ fashion

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By This Island Life in New Fashion on Thursday 11 September 2008

If you thought that fashion and science had nothing in common, think again. Now we creative types have little time for heavy discussion about scientific facts, so we’ll get straight to the point. Emerging Sydney designer Dion Lee has interpreted ‘mitosis’, the process where cells divide, in an impressive first collection that’s already gaining a cult following.

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August + Pemberton

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By This Island Life in New Products on Friday 5 September 2008

Finding an original accessory these days is a bit of a rarity. I mean, when every second person you see is wearing one of those damn Palestinian scarfs, you know the industry is crying out for a fresh take. Enter Sydney-based jewellery label August + Pemberton.

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