Hazel Baird and Heidi Berg
Heidi Berg and Hazel Baird share something more than initials, and that’s a love for crafting evocative and meaningful title sequences for documentaries, films and television.
Speaking of fictions – a conversation with Erik Brandt
Erik Brandt is the proprietor of a small Minneapolis graphic design studio called Typografika – Visual Communication und Konditorei (more on that later).
Seeing the invisible: a conversation with Refik Anadol
We’ve had a timing mix-up (iCal time-zone fails). While nominally I’m a day ahead, when Anadol starts describing his work I begin to think I’m living in the past; or, more likely, that he’s occupying a point in future. Maybe he’s been sent back in time to save the planet from machine overlords (that old trope)? No, he seems too nice. Anyone who signs off from an interview by saying, “I hope I haven’t been too dreamy”, has not come back in time to prevent humankind’s destruction.
Between the lines: a conversation with Shantell Martin
Some artists prefer anonymity; letting their work, and only their work, do the talking. Shantell Martin is not that kind of artist.
Kim Gehrig: Directions
The award-winning director behind films for Nike, Gilette and a black-pencil winning piece for Libresse shares her secrets to success on both sides of the camera.
David Rudnick: Ideologies
A conversation on modern education and methodology with the enigmatic EU-based graphic designer.
Designing the Mind Gamers experience
How Mind Gamers and Oculus created a hybrid VR and live dance production for Semi Permanent.
What is the truth? | Lessons from Semi Permanent 2019
What we learnt over three days at Semi Permanent Sydney 2019