peter vasvari - typo/graphic posters Peter Vasvari works as a freelance designer, and has completed projects in Hungary and wordwide, from U.S.A. to New Zealand. Vasvari works primarily in the field of corporate and visual identities, logotypes and branding. His works have been featured in numerous design publications including: LogoLounge Master Library Vol. 3., U.S.A., LogoLounge Vol. 6., U.S.A., Logonest 01., Serbia, Logo Talks, Hong Kong, iheartlogos Vol. 1., U.S.A., Branding Element – logos, China, International Visual Communication design, China, Logo Trends 2011, Indonesia, 2011 LogoLounge Trends Report, U.S.A., Stone in America, Magazine, U.S.A., Sign Magazine, Hungary, Hungarian Graphics Magazine, Hungary, Print and Publishing Magazine, Hungary, Elitivia Interview, Australia, The International Logo Design Award Hiiibrand 2010, Bronze Award. Vasvari’s studio website is at www.petervasvari.com.Email: email@example.com
National Film and Television School The production designer plays a vital role in creating real or imagined worlds on the screen. This MA course in Production Design develops individual creativity and teaches technical skills essential for a career in film and television Course Overview This course commences in January each year. Uniquely in the UK, our MA Production Design students study alongside students of other filmmaking disciplines, engaging in a series of productions where working methods replicate professional practice.
Document library On 3 September 2010, twelve peak organisations, representing all aspects of Australia’s design industry and research networks, launched the Australian Design Alliance [AdA] to boost Australia’s productivity, sustainability and innovation. Released in October 2010. Recognising the contribution of design to the growth and development of a vibrant, innovative and creative Victorian economy, the Victorian Design Action Plan marks the Victorian Government’s significant continuing commitment to building Victoria’s design capability. Launched on 19 February 2009. A framework dedicated to promoting the value of design and inspiring its take up by Queensland businesses, the community, and the public sector. Published October 2003.
LeviSarha - Perimeter Collection LeviSarha Levi and Sarha met at the very beginning of their design studies and since then have evolved side-by-side, developing their own distinct approaches to design. Today, after gaining experience on their own, they are bringing together their skills to propose a new design collection. SARHA DUQUESNE was born and raised in Brussels. After studying at La Cambre, she went on to take her Master’s degree ECAL.
Adam Banaszek on Pinterest Log in Home Categories There’s more to see... Stunning Portraits Of The World’s Remotest Tribes Before They Pass Away (46 pics) Living in a concrete box with hot water pouring from the tap, a refrigerator cooling our food and wi-fi connecting us to the rest of the world, we can barely imagine a day in a life of, say, Tsaatan people. They move 5 to 10 times per year, building huts when the temperature is -40 and herding reindeer for transportation, clothing and food. “Before They Pass Away,” a long-term project by photographer Jimmy Nelson, gives us the unique opportunity to discover more than 30 secluded and slowly vanishing tribes from all over the world. [Read more...] Spending 2 weeks in each tribe, Jimmy became acquainted with their time-honoured traditions, joined their rituals and captured it all in a very appealing way.
Dyslexia Earlier this year I was asked by the DJ and Promoter Chris Bones to create a logo for a night he was launching called DO NOT SLEEP. The brief was to create something in your face, something that stimulated and something that had not been done before on the island, so I created a Logo with heavily contrasting colours that worked with passive 3D glasses. The Logo is instantly recognisable and remains dominate when placed next to other club graphics. Since the logo was made public in its launch earlier this year it has already been copied by another DJ duo Like Mike and Dimitri Vegas for their night ‘House of Madness.’
10 places you must visit in your lifetime Tunnel of Love in Ukraine It’s called the Tunnel of Love and it’s an actual railway line in Klevan, Ukraine (near Kiev). An increasingly popular spot for young couples, the tunnel comes alive in the spring when a a huge canopy of trees form along the track to create a beautifully enclosed arch. The fairy tale-looking tunnel hasn’t become an obvious tourist attraction yet as only local tourists really know about the secret love spot. (Photo by Oleg Gordienko via 500px)