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09 JULY 2012

Start JudgeGill: UK Start Academy Grad Programme

"Are you ready to be part of our golden generation? We've built a new agency that blurs the line between the physical and the interactive. Now we're looking for exceptional people to work in multi–disciplinary teams, creating experiences that make them, and us, famous. We need supremely skilled Designers, Developers, Strategists, Copywriters, Account Handlers and Producers. If that's you, then there's a place in our graduate academy to define your career and craft in this connected world. Closing date for the July intake is Friday 13th July."

(Start JudgeGill, UK)

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Simon Perkins
17 APRIL 2012

Butcher's Hook: three students repurpose an old London butcher's shop to establish their design studio

"Butcher's Hook is (or perhaps that should be will be) a three–member design studio and gallery based in an old butcher's shop in London's Portobello. The studio has been formed by Benio Urbanowicz, James Coltman, Josh Blanchett and Dan Jones, students from Kingston and LLC, all of whom graduate this summer. ...

In order to introduce themselves to the local populace, Butcher's Hook set up a digital display using an old Nintendo Wii remote, custom made Infa–Red yellow pencils, a wireless doorbell, a printer and a few extra ingredients.

'We gave away free art made by the user themselves, with the option to receive a digital copy sent to them,' they say. 'We had a great weekend, where over 150 people got involved, through their own choice... and every single one went home to find our business cards printed on the back of their own masterpiece.'

As well as launching their studio, Butcher's Hook has also entered the project into the D&AD Student Awards in response to the brief Make Your Mark."

Posted by Creative Review, 4 April 2012, 16:13

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2012 • Benio Urbanowicz • BFIbook cover designbusiness incubatorButchers Hook • butchers shop • competitioncreative industriesCreative Review (magazine)custom madeD and AD • Dan Jones • design businessdesign studentsdesign studio • design studio and gallery • digital copy • digital display • DIYemploymententrepreneurshipgraduate bridgegraduate designersgraduatesgraphic designindustry realitiesinfraredinitiative • James Coltman • Josh Blanchett • Kingston University • launching a studio • LLC • local community projects • LondonLondon College of Communication (UAL) • Make Your Mark • new studio • Nintendo Wiipencil • Portobello • real-life studiorepurposingstart-upstudent awardsstudents • walk-in studio • window dressing • wireless doorbe

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Simon Perkins
25 MARCH 2012

Business incubator: newSplash Communication Design Studio

"The newSplash studio bridges the gap between design education and the workforce by employing students and graduate designers from the Otago Polytechnic in our real–life studio. Then we connect them with you!"

(Otago Polytechnic, Aotearoa New Zealand)

Fig.1 Video showing samples of the film work created by newSplash Communication Design Studio, which is located at Otago Polytechnic.

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Aotearoa New Zealandbrokerbrokeragebusiness incubatorcareercommercialisationcommissioningcreative industriesdesign businessdesign educationdesign studioDunedin • employing • employment agentemployment broker • facilitator • freelancegaining employmentgraduate bridgegraduate designers • graduate entrepreneur • incubator • incubator for graduate entrepreneurs • industry realitiesjob opportunitiesjobsnetworking • newSplash Communication Design Studio • newSplash Studio • on commission • Otago Polytechnic • outsourcepost-graduate employmentpost-graduate schemeproject bidreal-life studioSouth Islandstudents • transactions • transition into and through universitytransition into post-graduate employmentwork placementworkforce

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Simon Perkins
25 NOVEMBER 2008

Look inward: graphic design in Australia

"In Melbourne, Studio Anybody started five years ago with the intention of developing an alternative model of graphic design practice. 'In focusing on concept–driven exhibitions, publications and installations, we hoped to develop alternative communication strategies, learn new skills, stay motivated and make people stop, laugh and reflect,' explains Lisa Grocott, one of the five partners. Grocott, a New Zealander, teaches postgraduate design at RMIT University and her academic approach to professional practice remains the exception among Australian designers, though it is shared by the other four members of the team. They have managed to combine self–initiated projects with work for the Australian clothing label Mooks, as well as the Melbourne Fashion Festival. The central question for Studio Anybody is to what extent it will be possible to find more hardnosed commercial clients who will permit an exploratory approach."

(Rick Poynor, Issue 46, Winter 2002, Eye Magazine)

Fig.1 Dean Millson "Studio Anybody" 3 March 2010.

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1998 • academic approach • Aotearoa New ZealandAustralasiaAustralia • Australian designers • brokeragebusiness incubator • clothing label • commercial clients • communication strategy • concept-driven • creative industriesdesign studio • exploratory approach • Eye (magazine)graduate bridgegraphic designgraphic design practice • hardnosed • Lisa Grocott • Melbourne • Melbourne Fashion Festival • Mooks (clothing label) • New Zealander • postgraduate design • professional practicereal-life studioRMIT University • self-initiated projects • Studio Anybody • transition into post-graduate employmentwork placement

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David Gowans
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