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Desktop #281


Cut Copy’s Zonoscope featured in this issue of Desktop Magazine which focussed upon Australian design in music. We’d love to see more issues devoted to music and its surrounding culture.


 
 
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étapes – The Future


‘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.


 
 
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Designers’ Identities


“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


 
 
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Desktop #273


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.


 
 
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Business Cards 2: More Ways of Saying Hello


“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”.