Rather blearily at 7am this morning, I attended an early breakfast held by the Sydney Hills Business Chamber at the Mean Fiddler in Rouse Hill. After the usual early morning conversations, (where everyone appeared far more awake than me) we were seated and Brett Kelly was introduced as the guest speaker. I was not sure what to expect, however I was pleasantly surprised with what followed... ..
Sadako Sasaki was a Japanese girl who was two years old when the atomic bomb was dropped on August 6, 1945, near her home in Hiroshima, Japan. Sadako is remembered through the story of attempting to fold a thousand origami cranes before her death, a wish that has been memorialised in popular culture. ..
It's heartening to see the design profession mature. The damage free pitching does to our industry has been evident for some time. It must be real - there are even Linkedin groups on the subject.
Ben Crick, a Sydney designer, posted our design group earlier this week with a link to his portfolio. Rumaging around in his Behance page , I came across a page that was titled ' I Am Designer - A Manifesto For Change'... ..
I've always admired the work of Michael Wolff, co-founder of Wolff Olins Agency.
If your interested in the creative process, you will enjoy this foray into the mind of one of the preeminent visionaries of 20th century brand expression and identity. In this short video documentary he talks about his approach to looking at the world. ..