‘What will the future hold?’ It has always been a popular question and, in my humble opinion, a fools gambit. The resulting answers are often quite funny with the benefit of hindsight. This attempt was for French magazine étapes who asked about the future of design.
“With a diverse list of clients from record labels to furniture manufactures, and a liking for staging exhibitions and events, Alter have developed a corporate identity that favours neon brights, is entertaining and experimental, and continues to evolve through a number of self-instigated projects.”
Liz Farrelly, Designers’ Identities
A review of our work for the Australian Red Cross in the design and production of the Communicating in Recovery guide. “In a year marked by extreme natural disasters – mass flooding in Queensland and Victoria, the Christchruch earthquake and the earthquake, tsunami and subsequent nuclear crisis in Japan to name a few – more work like this adds a significant design contribution to the plethora of fundraising posters for sale on the internet.”
Zoe Sadkierski, Desktop Magazine.
“An irony-laden name for a bar, with a card featuring that perennial cultural icon, the Kewpie doll; Alter mix “cute” and “vamp” to create “bimbo”.