Archive for November, 2010

Plenty.tv 0

Agency Plenty have updated their folio recently as well as winning awards. Colour-rich visual delights it’s no surprise to find out that the brains behind the operation are Pablo Alfieri and Mariano Farias.

Originally posted at FormFiftyFive.com

FormFiftyFive showcases the best in design and visual communications from around the world. I’m a regular contributor to FFF. For more juicy design goodness head over to www.formfiftyfive.com

Rodney Fitch—Long Lunch 0

It’s that time again, another Long Lunch talk is fast approaching this time round with the legend Rodney Fitch former president of D&AD and CBE.

This time the talk will be held at my old haunting ground of Edinburgh College of Arts on Thursday 18th November 2010. Doors open at 7:00pm and tickets are available from the Long Lunch site now.

Like always, thanks to the nice people at Long Lunch and their supports they’ll be giving away posters so get there early to grab one before they run out. For an insider tip it’s also good to start thinking of questions as there’s often prizes to be won for the best ones.

Originally posted at FormFiftyFive.com

FormFiftyFive showcases the best in design and visual communications from around the world. I’m a regular contributor to FFF. For more juicy design goodness head over to www.formfiftyfive.com

Brock Davis 0

Brock Davis spreads his talents far and wide but what he lacks in specialising he makes up for in extremely witty and well executed work. Having only recently come across his folio, but certainly seen his work around in the likes of WIRED and on Threadless, I’m already a huge fan. For the geek inside us all you’re bound to love this recent piece titled Boba’s Invoice.

Working as creative director at Carmichael Lynch, his folio is a mix of personal and commercial projects. It turns out he’s also a bit of a musician. Perhaps we’ll see some music up online soon?

Originally posted at FormFiftyFive.com

FormFiftyFive showcases the best in design and visual communications from around the world. I’m a regular contributor to FFF. For more juicy design goodness head over to www.formfiftyfive.com

Hermes the Yeti—NavyBlue’s New Mascot 0

I got a little mention on the NavyBlue website a little while ago because of this little guy. His name is Hermes (in reference to one of NavyBlue’s clients) and of course is knitted in a deep rich navy blue. And dazzling green moustache.

Fame and fortune awaits.