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The Homegrown Project


I get really excited when people do creative works for what appears to be absolutely no financial reward - more often than not - the best creatives rise to the top in these scenarios because it is passion alone which requires the creator to rely on. Well done fellas!

Nick Rozsa's rapid ascent to relevance in the surf world wasn't planned. He just decided that he was going to surf, and that his old friend Chris Papaleo should film it. Fast forward six months, and those sessions comprise these five episodes of the Homegrown series, some of the top clips of the winter. Nick and Chris shared with us some stories of everything in between.

http://www.surfermag.com/features/the-homegrown-project/


Posted: May 18, 2012 by Matthew Haynes
Tags: Events, Film, Publications

Analogue Digital Side Event: Under the influence.


Last week I (Ant McCormack) moderated a panel discussion of advertising and design influencers to unpick advertising’s future titled ‘UNDER THE INFLUENCE: Advertising - keep up or get left behind.’ Taxi, AGDA & Analogue Digital teamed up to hold the… more


Posted: May 25, 2015 by Albert Haynes
Tags: Advertising, Events

Agda And Frost


If you missed Vince Frost's 'Design your life' tour of Australia, the kind folks at ADGA Victoria have release an hour long video showcasing the entire talk. If you don’t know who Vince Frost is, we strongly encourage you to watch… more


Posted: May 7, 2015 by Albert Haynes
Tags: Events, Film

Typemasters

Typemasters Exhibition


April 15 brings the return of ‘Typemasters’ FREE type design exhibition. The Royal Academy of the Arts in The Hague, Netherlands, has produced another graduating class of Type and Media Masters students and together with Design College Australia, AGDA has brought… more


Posted: April 17, 2015 by Albert Haynes
Tags: Events

People Choice Award

The Sunshine Coast Art Prize. Entries Close May 2.


The Sunshine Coast Art Prize celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2015. Council is partnering with visual art awards across the Sunshine Coast to promote a region-wide celebration of visual art with combined prizes valued at over $125,000 across a variety… more


Posted: April 17, 2015 by Albert Haynes
Tags: Competitions, Events