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EXPOSURE.10 A Collection of Graduating Students’ Work

A Collection of Graduating Students’ Work

CONTENTS

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Pro Vice-Chancellor

Institute of Design for Industry & Environment

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Industrial Design

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Fashion Design

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Textile Design

College of Creative Arts Staff Wellington

11 Postgraduate Studies

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Spatial Design

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IDIE Design Awards

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Advertising

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Digital Media

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Graphic Design

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Illustration

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ICD Design Awards

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School of Fine Arts

Hall of Fame 2010

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Photography

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Photography Awards

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Fine Arts

262 Student Index

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Industrial Design

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Transport Design

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Graphic Design

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Design Awards

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Massey Scholar 2010

The Massey Scholarship is awarded by the University to the top 5% of students completing an undergraduate degree, with the aim of encouraging graduates to undertake postgraduate study.

WELCOME

Welcome to

Welcome to the annual showcase of our graduating Fine Arts and Design degree students. Just as the Royal College of Art describes itself as a ‘very special ideas factory’ so too can we at Massey’s College of Creative Arts. We have been at the heart of Wellington, and indeed the nation, for 125 years. The innovative thinking of our students, staff and alumni has made a significant contribution to New Zealand’s culture and economy throughout this time.

PROFESSOR SALLY MORGAN Pro Vice-Chancellor

Like other world leading design schools the College of Creative Arts has always understood the intimate and important relationship between fine art and design. A strong arts community is central to developing national identity and encouraging a creative and innovative knowledge economy; we are pleased to be helping to build such a community here in the nation’s creative capital. Known previously as the Wellington School of Design and the Wellington School of Art, and now as the College of Creative Arts, we have produced some of the country’s best-respected artists and designers. Our alumni include proven leaders in New Zealand’s creative and cultural industries: Kate Sylvester, Sir Richard Taylor, Mark Pennington, Gordon Walters, Rebecca Taylor, John Drawbridge, Grant Alexander and Jane Ussher all studied with us and all have touched the lives of New Zealanders through creating the clothes we wear, the films we watch, the furniture and household articles we buy, the media we communicate with and the images that represent our unique culture to the world. Ground breaking creations such as the Fisher & Paykel Dish Drawer, the Apple iMac, Formway’s ‘Life Chair’, the digital animations of ‘Lord of the Rings’, all came about through the work of our alumni. Our graduates are based in design studios across the country, and around the globe. You may not yet know them by name, but like the generations of students who have come through this extraordinary New Zealand institution before them, they give shape to the material world around us in a distinctive Kiwi manner. Congratulations to all our 2011 graduating students. You have worked hard for this moment. You deserve your moment in the sun.

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College of Creative Arts

STAFF 2011

The College of Creative Arts is comprised of:

The Wellington School of Design - Institute of Design for Industry & Environment - Institute of Communication Design

The School of Fine Arts The School of Visual & Material Culture The Auckland School of Design

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Our full-time permanent staff include:

Karen Adams Rodney Adank Catherine Bagnall Kingsley Baird Wayne Barrar Alan Batson Vince Beckett Mike Begley Chris Bennewith Amanda Bill Tracey Blair Mark Bradford Anna Brown Caroline Campbell Morris Campbell Aletta Chambers Erik Champion

Lynne Ciochetto Matt Clapham John Clemens Robyn Conner David Cross Debbie Cumming Karen Curley Angus Donaldson Robertina Downes Emma Febvre-Richards Julie Fitzgerald Karen Foote Stuart Foster Heather Galbraith Bryce Galloway Lyn Garrett Jenny Gillam

Dorita Hannah Eugene Hansen Teresa Hartley Sandra Heffernan Ross Hemera Michael Heynes Hinemoa Hilliard Gray Hodgkinson Hannah Howes Keir Husson Mary-Ellen Imlach Shane Inder Christopher Jackson Nicola Jackson Lee Jensen Karl Kane Ilka Kapica

Nick Kapica Charmaine Kasselman Bonnie Kea Klaus Kremer Bronwyn Labrum Vincent Lardeux Tim Larkin Bevan Lawrence Maddie Leach Hemi Macgregor Paulus Maringka Tanya Marriott Fay McAlpine Michael McAuley Sue McLaren Natalie McLeod Caroline McQuarrie

Holly McQuillan Peter Miles Helen Mitchell Azhar Mohamed Marcus Moore Sally Morgan Georgiana Morison Simon Morris Tulia Moss Lisa Munnelly Lilian Mutsaers Drew Naika Jacqui Naismith Wendy Neale Oliver Neuland Antony Nevin Anne Noble

Annette O’Sullivan Tony Parker Roy Parkhurst Tim Parkin Durgesh Patel Martin Patrick Jessica Payne Anthony Pelosi Donald Preston Julieanna Preston Kura Puke Richard Reddaway Maureen Revell Euan Robertson Claire Robinson Dong Yen Ryu Erika Sefton

Erdem Selek Ann Shelton Stuart Shepherd Matthijs Siljee Rebecca Sinclair Hugh Slaven Steven Smith Lynley Snelling Rebecca Steedman Carol Stevenson Helen Sunderland Brandon Syme Joyce Tam Christine Teiannang Uli Thie Patricia Thomas Eric Thompson

Andrew Tobin Jeannette Troon Sam Trubridge Heike Ulrich Karin Van Roosmalen Jurgen Waibel Krystal Waine Nina Weaver Janet Webster Ellette Wheeler Tony Whincup Lee Whiterod Jennifer Whitty Jane Wilcox Sian Wright Amanda Yates

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POSTGRADUATE STUDIES POSTGRADUATE COMMITTEE, COLLEGE OF CREATIVE ARTS

The postgraduate possibilities offered through Art and Design at the College of Creative Arts enable our students to experience an extraordinary opportunity for in-depth research in their chosen disciplines. Postgraduate students are expected, with the rigorous supervision of experts, to research their ideas with reference to related texts, theories and practices. The postgraduate experience builds upon the skills acquired at undergraduate level and leads to a consolidation in theory and practice that expands the horizon of possibilities. In the pursuit of postgraduate projects in Design, Fine Arts and Visual and Material Culture, candidates will have challenged the expected and explored the unexpected. Their work will have involved questioning, investigation, experimentation, self reflection, and the articulation of creative responses to research questions. The outcomes represented here encompass visual, aural and tactile artefacts and systems resulting from this enquiry, along with supporting documentation. It provides a fascinating glimpse into the range of research possible in the creative arts. We congratulate our candidates on their achievement and wish them success for their creative futures.

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01 Karin Amdal: Master of Design A work-from-home wardrobe for Air Chair*: Investigating {play + logic = wit} design Building upon my background as an art director in advertising, this research project uses graphic wit to explore practical furniture solutions for my own domestic work space situation. In its transfer to three dimensional objects, graphic wit is used as a communication tool to evoke emotion and connect with my audience. In the context of an intuitive and conceptually-driven creative practice, dressing myself for work shifts to dressing my work chair in suits according to mood or business of the day. In the act of dressing the chair for work, the suits invite me to an interlude of play that marks a ritual transition between work and domestic life. The chair and I have a subtle dialogue; the chair becomes a companion. This research highlights the potential of furniture objects and other three dimensional design works to invoke a lightness to everyday life. *Designed by Jasper Morrison. Thanks to ECC Lighting and Furniture for supporting me with an Air Chair. karussell@xtra.co.nz 021 127 2917 12

02 Kate Bartels: Master of Design Dull life, you don’t have to be that way This body of work counteracts my disillusion with fashion design as a career through an exploration of new online space as an intangible, but increasingly relevant place for fashion to be found, seen and commented upon. In the course of this research project, I have become immersed in the online fashion realm as a designer, a blogger and a participant in other people’s websites. This activity allowed me to create an online presence as an alternative way of reaching a global niche while at the same time operating in the private seclusion of my local physical environment. I have inhabited this virtual domain as “a maker of mood” which is played out in the design of garments, image and text. This research project is the first in a succession of attempts to engage with online fashion communities in this relatively new, contemporary public, popular and virtual space. katebartels@gmail.com

03 Claudia Bergsdorf: Master of Design

Ronia Revisited: Enhancing readers’ experience of children’s crossover narratives through illustration In this project I argue that a person’s context and age inform the way in which they experience universal themes in crossover children’s fiction*. Recurrent themes typically appearing in this literature and correlating with the reader’s life experience are identity, change, death and nature. This theoretical framework combined with a close critical analysis of key case studies and existing design precedents provides the basis for my exploration into how illustration can function as a visual continuum for crossover narratives. *Crossover fiction: Fiction enjoyed by a readership of many ages. Essential components of a crossover book are: diverse address, complexity in form and/or theme, evidence of diverse readership (Beckett, Crossover Fiction: Global and Historical Perspectives, 2009).

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04 Sarah Burrell: Master of Design An Intimate Spectacle An Intimate Spectacle examines the intersection between the spectacle of the theatrical event and the subjective experience of the audience member or ‘participant’. Departing from the dynamics of receivership prescribed by the traditional theatre, this exploration begins to wander through the rough and surprising terrain of the city in search of an intimate form of participation. Theatre is typified by binary distinctions: the actor and the audience, the stage and the auditorium, and the fictional and the real. As this discourse moves away from the theatre, these distinctions are stripped back. The roles of the actor and the audience are disestablished through the design of performances comprised solely of participants who conduct their experience through interventions and enactments. This body of work has been explored and disseminated through a series of urban workshops and performances in which the solitary participant is guided on a self-directed exploration of the city. Equipped with sound (mp3 players) and material (objects and suggestions) the individuals are invited to conduct interventions that cause them to perform a personal relationship to their urban surroundings. Participants become tourists of the everyday, dispersing traces of performance that reveal a mythic dimension in the habitual city. Credits/Sponsors: Andrew Simpson-Sound Design, Jon Coddington-Design Assistance, Alfred George East Scholarship. sarah.g.burrell@gmail.com

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Helga Goran: Master of Fine Arts

Maintaining Design Aesthetics: A case study into the effects of body shape on grading; the translation of designs to fit fuller figured women

Reality Check

Fit problems continue to plague the women’s fashion design industry. Complete garment fit for women whose bodies are not the standard size or shape can be difficult to find or non-existent. Yet, fit is an essential design feature. In this design-led research project, I have used techniques of grading to translate design details into other sizes, while maintaining the design aesthetic. This mode and process of grading and fitting complex designs to a variety of body shapes is sensitive to line, shape and form and ultimately reveals the potential to cater to a wider garment-wearing audience. mafreeth@hotmail.com 027 463 4934

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As architectural spaces, car parks are almost invisible in urban landscapes, I noticed that, on a usual day, people drive in car park spaces, park their cars and exit without paying much attention to their surroundings. I wanted to test if a functional space such as the Marion Street car park could appear any different through the mediation of the camera. Therefore, I focused on photographing this car park during 2010 for my Master of Fine Arts Thesis research project. helga.goran@gmail.com 022 609 6315 www.helgagoran.com

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07 Claire Hacon: Master of Design That suit is her; redoing suitable styles to subvert feminine identities in the professional workplace The homogeneous western business suit typically worn by female professionals is, I would argue, disempowering because it functions as a reductive version of male power dressing and denies its wearer any opportunity to express her individuality. This practice-led research project has involved re-figuring the women’s business suit. This suit type been interrogated, analysed and reflected upon; this activity has formed a significant part of the research study. As tailoring is the central discipline of my practice, I utilise these skills to offer women multiple suit forms to challenge stereotypes of feminine representation in professional organisations. jandchacon@yahoo.co.nz O27 375 5517

08 Jason Klenner: Master of Design My design identity… my future… Over the years I have become a design chameleon and the personality of the brands I have designed for has been my camouflage. I came to this realisation after nineteen years of designing products for mass market industries. This coincided with New Zealand based manufacturing and industry increasingly moving offshore which threatens the existence of New Zealand designers working within the mass market field. My design-led research explores ‘finding my personality’ as a design individual in order to reposition myself within the design industry, away from commodity-based mass market design. This journey has involved the analysis of designers positioned within the high profile and high value area of design, reflecting on my values and interests, as well as repeated design exploration and experimentation. The outcome of this research is my personal identity and point of view as expressed through a chair named ‘Sprung’. This is the first of many limited edition objects intended for exhibition. It showcases my design identity and secures my future. jason@jak.co.nz

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09 Julia Lumsden: Master of Design A garment for the upper body with a collar and sleeves and buttons down the front In this design-led research project, designing garments occurs through the process of making their patterns. I am designing men’s shirts by manipulating a basic men’s shirt pattern such that the shirts created using these patterns will not create any fabric waste. The process I have employed has evolved through an iterative mode of designing centred on the pattern as the source of aesthetic design. Over the course of the year I have developed a unique process for designing the patterns using a combination of Gerber pattern design software and Adobe Illustrator. I have tested seventeen of these patterns through constructing finished toiles of the shirts. Fabric length, width, occasional mistakes and fortuitous shapes arising from what would have normally been considered as waste have directed my designs and the resulting aesthetic. I am researching the design potential that pattern drafting and prototyping contribute as an alternative to sketching. I am allowing the external parameter of creating patterns that do not create fabric waste to direct my designs while retaining my classically tailored aesthetic. This research is a unique approach to zero-waste pattern design which aims to develop innovative shirt patterns that could not have been conceived of through drawing. Credits/Sponsors: Massey University Masterate Scholarship, Fabric donated by Booker~Spalding. lumsden.julia@gmail.com 022 645 7650

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10 Jennifer Rosenthal: Master of Design Instructional Design for Development: Exploration of potential teaching tools for the preservation of Kyrgyz textiles traditions Around the world craft traditions are being lost. Traditional textiles and handicrafts are an important part of a community’s heritage and cultural identity. They also represent an important source of income for women and youth in some of the world’s poorest countries. According to UNESCO, there needs to be in depth research and documentation into craft traditions so that this knowledge can be accessible to a wider audience and can also be revived in the same social and cultural context in which it has thrived. Photographic and video documentation is normally carried out for the purpose of analysing or creating a record of a craft and its associated traditions – rarely for the specific purpose of teaching the craft. As an instructional designer, I questioned whether there might be more appropriate methods of accomplishing UNESCO’s goals that do not rely on outside “experts” or potentially inaccessible technology. As a result of learning the process of making traditional felt carpet from Kyrgyz masters and experiencing the culture and skills of the local people of Kyrgyz Republic first hand, I have designed and evaluated potential teaching tools that could be adapted by experienced Kyrgyz artisans to preserve their own textiles traditions and pass them on to future generations. jeni@dunn-wright.ca 021 246 2332 21

11 Ben Paton: Master of Design Flow: A case study in integrating sustainability values with affective design This research integrates affective design strategies with sustainability values in the context of a soft seating furniture design solution. Rejecting polyurethane foam cushioning, the research proposes a conceptual and material alternative to the conventions of soft seating. A full-scale prototype demonstrates the fusion of ethical integrity and dynamic form, explored through an innovative and iterative design process. notapneb@gmail.com 021 267 0999

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12 Amy Pyle: Master of Design The New Zealand Woolshed: An aesthetic investigation through textile design process for interior textile and surface application Situated within textile design, this research explores early New Zealand woolsheds that are found in various states of disrepair. Centred around Tora Station, a woolshed emblematic of those built during this era, I am using textiles as a way to interpret this built artefact and its immediate environment. My firsthand experience of this site, together with extensive research into the social and cultural history of the woolshed, conceptually informs and visually inspires a series of textile and surface applications. A sensitive translation of the woolshed’s external and internal spatial and material qualities has been made through textile design processes such as laser cutting, sandblasting, and weave. These processes have assisted to emulate and embody qualities of the decaying woolshed and imbued a tactile and visual language into a collection of contemporary textiles. Credits/sponsors: Jim Wood Memorial Scholarships from Wool Yarns, Massey University Masterate Scholarship, Geoff Fiebig Furniture. amypyletextiles@gmail.com 027 306 4544 22

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13 Ryan Shields: Master of Design Magnificent Madness, The American Lunar Quest: Creating a contemporary rendition of the lunacy myth This project stems from an interest in how visual communication design uses signifying visual codes to perpetuate or depart from mythic structures. To explore this concept I have investigated the depiction of the lunacy myth. The lunacy myth is an ancient and enduring archetype that suggests that the moon can influence people’s minds, turning them into lunatics. Explored through the retelling of the American lunar quest of the 1960s, this research exposes how this event was characterised by scientific rationalism and more so, by lunacy. It examines how image, typography and colour, form and composition can be coded and arranged to represent the magnificent madness of the American lunar quest to a contemporary audience. shields.ryan@gmail.com 027 424 8101

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14 Bonny Stewart–MacDonald: Master of Fine Arts Beyond Pa Hill: A Photographic Synthesis of Remembrance and Construction Drawing on phenomenological memories of a particular domestic space, the unification of varying photographic practices is examined for the purposes of achieving a synthesis of remembrance and construction, relative to the original home and within the context of the contemporary still life. bonny@bonnyiris.com www.bonnyiris.com

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15 Kirsten Sutherland: Master of Design Embroidered Illuminations I have designed a series of portraits of personal saints using new digital embroidery technology. Like a medieval manuscript, the embroideries illuminate spiritual experience by bringing to light the stories and symbolism surrounding the Catholic saints. In the tradition of embroidery samplers, they demonstrate development of digital stitch techniques. I have represented Catholic saints from history stitched together with the images of close friends and family. The intention is to reveal and uphold the saintly qualities of these secular people. Although these embroideries are designed as objects of personal protection and devotion, it is the intention that they may inspire viewers to contemplate spiritual ideas.

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16 Peter Wilkinson: Master of Philosophy Who needs money when you can go windsurfing? My thesis studies the paradox of a lifestyle that is resistant to consumerism, through consumption. This paradox is mediated through the visual culture of the scene, which creates a dream world of natural perfection and freedom, valourising a lifestyle of weightless hedonism. The subtext of this dream world is that it is only possible through the consumption of consumer goods. I spent a year in ethnographic study of the windsurfing subculture in order to understand this relationship fully. My conclusion is that it is possible, through the expression of a lifestyle, to resist consumerism even though that lifestyle requires the consumption of consumer goods.

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Institute of Design for

INDUSTRY & ENVIRONMENT The design disciplines of Fashion, Industrial, Spatial and Textiles form the Institute of Design for Industry and Environment. Common to these disciplines is the ability to manipulate and transform materials into desirable and valued artefacts, materials, places and spaces.

RODNEY ADANK Head of Institute, Institute of Design for Industry and Environment

Designing for industry is all about designing a sustainable, flourishing future. This has been beautifully demonstrated by the work of our 2010 graduates. Their work is a testament to their engagement with creative practice; producing connectedness and meaning in relation to issues such as community and sustainability that we face today, and will face in the future. Congratulations to the students and staff of the Institute for the achievements of 2010. Our staff are part of a 125-year tradition of dedication, commitment and inspiration in design education. They challenge, shape, and support the development of design talent in our students, among whom are international award winning graduates such as Avis Higgs, Mark Pennington and Rebecca Taylor. Having completed their studies, our 2010 graduates join this group of Massey alumni. These talented young men and women will shape and define the look and feel of daily life and experiences for future generations. Their design thinking and creative approach will enable design for materials and processes yet to be invented, and for end-users and markets yet to be defined. They now go on, as did their fellows, to make their contribution to design. Our good wishes accompany them as they embark upon their careers.

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Cenwynn Jayne Boswell

Chloe Cameron

Michael ‘Garth’ Beer

GILD

The.Stable

Simple Swim

GILD is a gestural responsive lighting desk for theatre. It creates instinctive user interaction and pushes the status quo of products in this area.

An accessory display unit created for the fashion label Deadly Ponies.

A flotation aid targeting young swimmers who are developing essential learn-to-swim skills, with the option of including other components for further development.

cenwynnjayneboswell@gmail.com coroflot.com/cenwynnjayneboswell

chloecameron@live.com

garth.beer@gmail.com 027 469 2352

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Transpose Recreational System The Transpose system epitomises interactive and stimulating recreation spaces for secondary school environments. The two-part system integrates a permanent ground foundation and adolescentspecific, temporary equipment. katec-d@hotmail.com 027 309 0867

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Jono Clough

Thomas Colton

Evarn Flaunty

The Yachting Simulator

Tensegrity Furniture Range.

You Design

People use The Yachting Simulator to practice sailing manoeuvres whilst still on land. It is used to help build confidence in students learning to sail. bowmanjono@gmail.com 021 259 3845 34

t-colton@hotmail.com

A furniture piece suitable for both hospitality and domestic settings, with aesthetics, comfort and functionality at the forefront. evarn.flaunty@gmail.com 027 331 2736

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08 Chris Dwan Craft Native A collection of furniture that requires the owner to personalise and embellish elements using a variety of simple crafting techniques. chrisdwan.design@gmail.com 027 425 7585

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09 Lisa Gabel Sunlight The Sunlight leads a new generation of light therapy devices that help to balance the implications of our light deprived modern lifestyle. lisagabel@hotmail.com 021 251 2456

10 Harriet Hone Easyfence Easyfence is a holder that helps manage pigtail fencing standards, holding 20 standards around the rim. The rim flexes when clipping the standards in place. harriethone@gmail.com 027 229 5235

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11 Brendan Jessup VPD Variable Portable Display is an easy to set up portable LED display that is the solution for safer traffic management. metco.design@gmail.com www.metcodesign.com

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Hannah McDonald

LSR-480i

This is an interactive information display for Pukekura Park in New Plymouth, it includes a touch screen interface and each structure is kinetic.

The 480i is a forecast pure BEV (Battery, Electric, Vehicle) that doesn’t conform to stereotypical electric vehicle perceptions, and is designed for the environmentally conscious car enthusiast. sav8design@gmail.com 021 112 6543

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Luke Mills For the home and living space this design brand and collection of furniture draws inspiration from its native resources. mills.luke@gmail.com

15 Rachel Moller Conexus Furniture System Conexus is a modular system designed for highway stopping places and incorporating local information. The aim is to reduce road accidents caused by driver fatigue. rachelcmoller@hotmail.com 027 353 7774

16 Carey Prebble Kete Kete is a manual hydroponic gardening system designed primarily, but not exclusively, for people living in apartments. It is an interactive and innovative gardening facilitator. careyprebble@hotmail.com 027 338 5632

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Zachary Robinson

Riley Sanders

Jessica Simons

Aero Care Excellence 1.0

Base

The Last Collection

Aero Care Excellence 1.0 is a modular mobile intensive care unit, for Air Ambulances. It was designed to quickly convert aircraft into Air Ambulances.

Base, an upper body personal protective system specific to snow sport athletes, with the ability to prevent injuries caused by hyperextension.

The Last Collection are the foremost pieces created for the studio based identity, ‘Ore’. Consisting of two lamps, small stool, necklace, they are formed with lost casting to instill value.

z.robinson@me.com 021 874 875

rileysanders@hotmail.com find.jess.simons@gmail.com 027 375 2360

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Tamati Turnbull

Stuart Smith

The Me

DASH

The desk enhances the way one works on a cognitive and physical level. The subtle notes of personality allows for a pleasurable work experience.

A solar domestic lawn mower that aims to differentiate through aesthetic and the use of a renewable energy source.

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22 James van Oosten HUB A single burner camping cooker, with folding surfaces and low level seating. Designed for a freedom camping context. jvodesign@hotmail.com

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Steven Willimott

Ken Yep

Outdoor Event Furniture

Haven

designsteve@hotmail.com 021 285 2428 www.stevewillimott.co.nz

A packable & portable sun shelter. More than one unit can connect together and is able to be set up in various configurations. designer_yep@hotmail.com 027 774 6915

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25 Lucas Wotawa Self Taut This collection of stools gives the user creative freedom to change the fabric as they please through an innovative and enjoyable method of upholstery. lucas_wotawa@hotmail.com 027 366 9431 49

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Claire Aiello

Nicole Atkinson

Ten Faces - In This Hole

Hide & Seek

This ensemble is designed for multiple wearers and comments on what a garment can be and the intimate act of dressing.

High end women’s wear collection inspired by positive and negative space contained in maps. Sponsored by Wharerata Organics.

claire.m.aiello@gmail.com 027 347 6301

Colz.at@hotmail.com 027 387 4994

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Sara Jean Butt

Jasmine Cameron

Sickly Sweet

Pops and Darling

Sickly Sweet incorporates the idea of the Victorian Grotesque to create a collection which is beautiful, yet over-the top sweet, with underlying grotesque qualities.

This work is based on generational romance that stands the test of time and appeals to the contemporary romantic in all.

sarajb4@hotmail.com charliesgirl@hotmail.co.nz 027 438 9272

jcameron@windowslive.com 027 413 9999

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Emma Clewlow-Anaru

Rhea Culliford

UNDO

Fight or Flight

UNDO is a 2012 spring summer collection. This collection is strong, edgy, unique and very sexy.

Fight or Flight explores the boundaries of human response. The fight or flight reaction is translated through clothing to illustrate revelatory protection.

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Katharine Egarr

Catherine Clift

Shook Up

Homoariens

Shook Up is a collection inspired by American photographer Bruce Davidson’s 1959 photographic series ‘Brooklyn Gang’. It focuses on the contrasts found in Davidson’s images.

Homoariens is a natural knitted collection set 5000 years in the future after the earth has suffered an apocalypse in 2050 due to humanity’s actions. catherine.l.clift@gmail.com

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09 Kim Field A Violent Beauty A/W 2012 A horrific inspiration transformed into a commercial range. An indulgent, edgy, beautiful, guilty pleasure. k.field@hotmail.com 027 698 6803

10 Emma Hewson Playful, provocative, stylised, disturbing, Disney Swimwear inspired stage costumes for project muse, Katy Perry. Influences include Alexander McQueen, Jean Paul Gaultier and The Little Mermaid. emmahewson17@gmail.com 027 335 1517 www.emmahewson17.wordpress.com

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13 Lauren Kay Hooper This collection explores the ‘seven stages of grief’, and comments on how our emotions can weigh us down and overwhelm us when dealing with grief. 14

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14 Renae Ingram Skullduggery Deception, darkness, trickery and obsession. An expression of my obsession, love and fascination with the human skull. lp_madnae@hotmail.com 027 381 3082

15 Emma Karaitiana Rubino Rosso

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Rubino Rosso is a colourful well-rounded collection for women. Rubino Rosso is elegance and playful sophistication all rolled into one. emma.karaitiana@gmail.com

16 Morgan Katene I am re-designing E Koro Kia TuTuki, my Marae, as it is bare of traditional Maori designs due to conflict in the 19th century. miskatene@hotmail.com 027 428 8531

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Eliza Leung

Marie Kelly

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Look into my eyes

The outcome of this project has been developed into four garments, all of which are constructed using intricate pleating techniques.

Look into my eyes epitomises the emotions, struggle and pain associated with my personal experience with depression.

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Jemma Marie McLean

90 Degrees

Skinned Alive

Entitled 90 Degrees, this couture collection challenges conventional methods of garment production by being made completely from squares.

The anatomical structure was inspired by anatomical art and created to highlight the cruelty of the fur industry.

tiffany.88@gmail.com 027 235 7756

Jemma.marie.mclean@gmail.com www.prettybirdy.co.nz

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21 Jane Marshall The Journey’s Tattered End My ancestors sailed to New Zealand in 1878. The ship caught fire and was scuttled, their belongings submerged in salt water. jane.e.marshall@hotmail.com 027 249 1115

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Anna McAlister

Alissa Mathieson

Bearhug

Sculpt

Bearhug is inspired by my quest to see how far creativity and imagination can imitate audio-visual synaesthetic abilities.

Sculpt is a handcrafted knit wear collection, using the silhouette of the body as a base for construction and design.

annamac11@hotmail.com 021 047 1587 / 09 486 8181 www.annamac.co.nz

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Lucy McIntosh

Soul Astray

This is a commercial collection for sophisticated women, inspired and stimulated by the relationship between fashion and architecture.

Textural exploration into the relationship between the perishable human body and the immortal soul using leather, metal and natural fibres. priscilla.mcclintock@gmail.com 021 179 1963 www.wix.com/CillaP/Portfolio

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27 Melissa Montgomery Monstrosity Monstrosity aims to create a playful interaction between wearer and garment. The childhood inspired fashion collection was created with the hope to make people smile. melissa-montgomery@hotmail.com 027 464 8042

28 Katinka Muijlwijk Disobedient A collection which mocks conventional ideas of dress; subverting the normal into the unusual. Why can’t a pair of trousers be worn as a jacket? kmmuijlwijk@hotmail.com 26

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Inspirational Expansion of an Addiction

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Brittle Soul

The concept of fashion being able to create happy feelings inspired my collection, Himba. It is all about texture, colour and fun.

A plus size collection aimed at healthy, confident young women, who are proud of their bodies and not influenced by the media’s ‘body ideal’.

My inspiration builds on my love of things indigenous and spiritual, little rituals, beliefs and my adornment of found trinkets. greerosborne@hotmail.com 027 542 2884 / 06 752 7266

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The Crystallized Unknown

Psychodiagnostik

Encapsulating nature’s beauty by letting nature do it’s spontaneously perfect work. Crystals have been grown onto fur, silks and hems, creating new textiles and detailing.

A moody and luxurious capsule collection inspired by the psychiatric ink blot tests of Hermann Rorschach. It includes quilting, cunning panelling, and sweeping drapery.

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35 Aimee Steel Memory Lane This is a commercial collection including prints, embroidery and key shapes inspired by sentimental places and possessions in relation to my grandparents.

36 Kendall Watt In suspense A collection infused by architectural shapes from New York City by utilising the cityscapes construction methods. kendallwatt@hotmail.com 021 235 1025 www.wix.com/kendallwatt/kendallwatt-online-portfolio

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40 Katrina-Marie Woodhouse Violet Violent This collection is about where the natural dye violet came from and the devastation caused to the city. katrinamariewoodhouse@gmail.com 027 755 0166

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Quick March

Conchology

The chaotic and structural elements displayed in the New Zealand sport of Marching inspire a collection of surface pattern designs.

The seashell evokes a sense of refuge and contrast. A soft interior protected by hard exterior; soft with hard; rough with smooth; matte with shine.

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Urban Nature

AW11 fashion menswear collection for the Fruity or Dandy man. Communicating dancing lights on water and a sense of anticipation after dark.

The impermanent character of graffiti is explored through the combination of knitted textiles and grass.

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Exposed Enclosure

Ethereal Realities

Skin is the interface that both connects and divides the body from its surroundings. It both reveals and conceals age, emotion, and environment.

Representing the visual qualities that occur whilst dreaming. What do personal dreams look like?

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Urban Strangers

Voodoo-You SS11

This collection explores the concept of the stranger (the unknown) in relation to me (the known) in an urban environment with particular focus on the cityscape.

Inspired by Haitian voodoo, Voodoo-You is a print design collection for high-end Ready to Wear – polished with a rough-and-tumble spirit.

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A textile collection inspired by migrated “superobjects� exploring kitsch familiarity, whimsical illustration and modular form. Processes used include laser-etching, digital printing and hand screen-printing.

A personal narrative between mother and daughter, merging two generations through layering, pockets of concealing and revealing and metaphorical memory in fabric. alanaspivey@gmail.com www.alanaspivey.com

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Capturing Light within a Surface

An Interior textiles collection focusing on plant species introduced by British migrants in the Victorian period and the effect they had on New Zealand’s native vegetation.

My project used the digital print process to create surface pattern on various materials by revealing and refracting areas of light. amez_001@hotmail.com 027 315 0273 ajanelle.com

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02 Jane Dunlop Body & Land Body & Land proposes the re-design of Konini Lodge on Mount Taranaki. This project explores carving as a means to engage the body with the land. janepdunlop@gmail.com

03 Serena Dixon (Re) viewing two states of inhabitation explores the relationship between the observer and the observed, revealing glimpses of a private world through various viewing devices. serena_dee@hotmail.com 027 374 7332

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From Pixels to Particles aspires to develop the spatial understanding of our relationship with our digital footprint, allowing the user to interact with their digital self.

Employing the process of folding, Polka Caravans pays homage to the Gypsy caravan, the 1950s New Zealand caravan and the spirit of Polka music.

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07 Liselle Koschir View of Forgotten History at the Overseas Passenger Terminal Spatial interventions are created for viewers to embrace the forgotten history and distinct character of Wellington. l.koschir@hotmail.co.nz

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Siobhan Elizabeth McDermond

I have designed a Korean Cultural Centre on Customhouse Quay containing exhibition and performance spaces. I used traditional Korean screens to make the space more harmonious, comfortable, inviting and welcoming.

Light_Body_Transition explores how the qualities of light can be used to improve the physical and psychological state of commuters in an urban environment.

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britt_morgan@hotmail.com 027 380 9745

s.mcdermond@hotmail.com 021 265 1931

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Reclaim – Refuge centre for victims of Domestic Violence

Urban Inhabitation

The design provides a space where women and their children can feel safe and secure, while encouraging them to share their commonalities and their culture. k.murakami2530@gmail.com 021 147 6884 (NZ) / +81 86 473 7826 (JPN)

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Rugby World Cup, ‘Adults Playland’ - The Choreographed Event

Janet Frame - Living, Writing

Collisions of Space explores how the event of temporary domestic inhabitation can intersect and fuse with the qualities and the event of the surrounding community environment. sineadsatherley@hotmail.com 021 214 1236

How can space provoke a performance that subtly celebrates mundane moments in an event setting, where attendance of the spectator/participator enables that performance to exist?

Subconscious bodily rituals, natural conditions of the site and Frame’s autobiographical novels informed the design of a live-in writer’s retreat. lorna.rm.smith@gmail.com 027 844 4342

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Object Space: Home for Now addresses the emotional distress placed on people who have endured natural disaster. Object based design aids relief through the continuation of routine.

This project proposes an effective means of conserving resources, decreasing resource use and minimising waste, through the notion of upcycling and building for redesign.

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21 Katherine Wilkinson Light : Space _ Isolation of the Bound Mind and Body Light, space and a psychiatric rehabilitation centre: What effects do changing elements of weather have on the bound mind of people suffering from eating disorders? kate-wilkinson@hotmail.com 021 159 0316

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Andrea Ellis

Annabel Goslin

Lans Hansen

Carol Ho

Bronze, DINZ Best Award 2010

Finalist, International Red Dot 2010 (2nd one)

Silver, DINZ Best Award 2010

Silver, DINZ Best Award 2010

Julian Schloemer

Steven Wyeth

Winner, New Zealand James Dyson Awards

National & International Finalist, James Dyson Awards

FASHION DESIGN

Lisa Holmes

Marie Kelly

Kate Smith

Sophie Burrowes

Winner, Rembrandt Suits Ltd Award for Excellence

Winner, Rembrandt Suits Ltd Award for Excellence

Winner, Knifekut Award for Achievement & Dedication

Finalist, Westpac Young Designer Awards 2010

Mittelmoda Prize, iD International Emerging Designer Awards 108

Emma Falvey

Candice Fulton

Alice Howard

Renae Ingram

Finals, Hand and Lock

Winner Avant Garde, Hokonui Fashion Awards 2010

Finalist, Westpac Young Designer Awards 2010

WOW 2010 Finalist, Student Section

Winner Young Designer, Hokonui Fashion Awards 2010

Tiffany Kong

Phillipa Lake

Talia Manu

Anna McAlister

Finalist, Merino Gold Competition

Finalist, Westpac Young Designer Awards 2010

Winner, Wearing Jack Tshirt design

Winner, John Rainger Vilene Award for Best Use of Product

Priscilla McClintock

Lucy McIntosh

Melissa Montgomery

Luka Mues

Winner, Purfex Award for Design

Finalist, iD International Emerging Designer Awards 2011

Winner, Unity Collection Award for Commercial Design

WOW 2010 Winner, Shell Student Design Award

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Greer Osborne

Fa’afoi Seaso

Loren Shields

Shaan Selby

Winner, Merino Gold Competition

Runner Up Streetwear, Westfield Style Pasifika 2010

WOW 2010 Finalist, Student Section

Winner, Kirkcaldie and Stains Award for Creativity & Innovation

Judy Seo

Anna von Hartitszch

Aihua Wei

Kerry Wong

Merit, Hokonui Fashion Awards 2010

Runner Up Avant Garde, Hokonui Fashion Awards 2010

Finalist, iD International Emerging Designer Awards 2011

Finalist, Merino Gold Competition

Finalist, iD International Emerging Designer Awards 2011

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Oliver Blair

Amanda Jones

Finalist, Merino Gold Competition

Silver, DINZ Best Award 2010

Bronze, DINZ Best Award 2010

TEXTILE DESIGN

Erin Cretney

Celia Drummond

Jane Maree Hills

Kristy Johnstone

Winner, Excellence with Materials, Konev Industry Award

Winner, Resene Colour Award

1st place, Australasian Student Design Awards 2010

Winner, Jim Wood Memorial Scholarship

Rosemaria Loto

Kelly Olatunji

Merit Nightlife Award, Hokonui Fashion Awards 2010

Winner, Blueprint Excellence in Screen Print Award Finalist, Merino Gold Competition

SPATIAL DESIGN

Gemma Loving Hutchins 1st place, Australasian Student Design Awards 2010 Silver, DINZ Best Award 2010

Amy Miller

Morgan Terry

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COMMUNICATION DESIGN With 125 years of heritage there comes a set of questions for a design school like ours. What constitutes design excellence at the beginning of the new millennium? What roles do traditional elements such as discipline, craft, thinking and understanding play in today’s design education? Does a design degree hold the same value as it used to in these times where, some would hold, anyone can be a communication designer as long as you’ve got the right hardware, software and bandwidth? ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR CHRIS BENNEWITH Head of Institute, Institute of Communication Design

The answers are clear when you look at the work of our 2010 Visual Communication Design graduates. In them you will see evidence of creativity that is fuelled by curiosity, rigorous questioning, risk-taking and a sense of personal responsibility. Contemporary currents of theory, collaboration, dialogue and connectedness are also discernible, and in many of these works is the sense of joy and wonder of young designers discovering their virtuosity. What is crucial however, is that the same denominators of craft, thinking and understanding that have always been the cornerstones of the Wellington School of Design’s approach, still shine through. The calibre of these works show that the traditional roles of tertiary design education are just as relevant as they have ever been, particularly in the ways that they mesh with new world contexts. It also proves that design is centrally about social processes and life skills, not about the latest tools for making stuff. These attributes continue to make our design graduates valuable to themselves, to creative industries, and to society. In a year that has seen our students’ work win an unprecedented number of awards, my staff and I feel proud that we are furthering the venerable tradition that started with the first art and design programme in 1886. I offer warm congratulations to our 2010 graduates, and also to a staff that refuses to rest on its laurels.

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Katy Beadle

Come home to a smile

The client for this campaign is Soup, a local highend second hand fashion store; each ad alludes to second chances regarding fashion and the model.

A campaign targeting Kiwis living overseas to consider coming back to New Zealand; reminding them of what they are missing and of their childhood.

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04 Daniel Baker Looking at road safety advertising in a different light, focusing on a different tone of voice reaching its audience at the point of decision making. bakerdannyallan@gmail.com

05 Eileen Cosgrove-Moloney This book for the New Zealand Blood Service helps non-donors overcome their fears about giving blood, leaving them with no excuse but to donate. eileen.cosgrove.moloney@gmail.com 027 301 0342 eileencm.co.nz

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Welcome to Square One

Pre-loved

Lost Inbetween

A campaign that offers insights and reflects upon the true nature of a design degree. It’s not just a career, it’s a lifestyle.

Second hand books with a little history have wonderful stories to tell. This campaign is about bringing those stories back to the public.

Rarundel@gmail.com 027 406 4805 itsalongstory2.blogspot.com

rachel.blacklaws@gmail.com 027 447 7444 rachelblacklaws.co.nz

Emergence of the tween. No longer children but not yet teenagers, who fall between the ages 9-12. Without getting some control and balance back into your family your tween could go off track. sam.caird@hotmail.com 027 427 8191

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Insights into No Sight

The Lemon Project

‘The real problem of blindness is not the loss of eyesight, but the misconceptions that exist within our society.’ Aim: Change societal attitudes to blindness.

An exercise in the power of branding and advertising, exploring the creation of a washing powder brand aimed at young flatters.

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Whitney Macky

Gravity coffee exists to specialise in espresso, not all the fluff that gets in the way. ‘Cause all you need is a damn good coffee.

Skin cancer affects 40% of people in New Zealand at some stage in their lives. There is an essential need to alter peoples’ “she’ll be right” attitudes. Prevention and early detection will save your life.

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My campaign showcases Nissan’s latest sports car, the 370z. The 370z is a real sports car, built to be driven by real drivers. klassik.capri@gmail.com 027 340 3251

15 Matt Mitchell Print campaign for Atomic She Devil skis and boots. The ads empower good female skiers to stand out as feminine, while still being badass. matt_mitchell_1@hotmail.com 027 378 7998

16 Emma Watson The first step to being well-prepared for a natural disaster is as simple as saying hello to your neighbours. Be prepared, say hello. ej.watson07@gmail.com 021 588 055 emmawatson.co.nz

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John Conly

Gang Banger

Mystopia

Disconnected – A Short Film

Satirical advertisements were created for the ‘Gang Banger,’ fast food’s answer to the sausage sizzle. Advertising clichés such as sexual innuendo were employed.

A short film that looks at the theme of corporate control through dystopian technology, using a film noir style to drive the narrative and aesthetic.

to.reubenc@gmail.com 027 340 9436

johnconly@gmail.com 027 459 4093 johnconly.posterous.com

Fairy-tale archetype plus social media addiction equals Disconnected, a tale told through Aurora as she awakens from her digital realm and back into reality. Annabelle.archibald89@gmail.com 027 305 8776 annabellearchibald.tumblr.com charlotte.corrigall@hotmail.com 027 388 2741 charlottecorrigall.tumblr.com

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The Recyclers in Memoriam

The story explores the ways humanity and nature become integrated or detached and the consequences that result.

Amber-Jean Louise Hornsby

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08 Nicholas Mills Potbound A motion graphic short film that explores our relationship within Network Culture and examines the Internet Protocol limitations by employing visual metaphor and narrative devices. nic.psiStorm@gmail.com 021 179 5927 cargocollective.com/nicmills

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Endangered

Using RFID technology and tangible objects, this interactive prototype communicates cross – cultural differences between mother and daughter from the New Zealand Chinese community.

Character concepts created for Endangered, a video game character loader that addresses rampant consumerism and its impact on endangered species.

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Joe Yang

I created an interactive simulation of how this character that is affected by racial discrimination would act towards us, based on the back story I wrote for him.

Chinese Landscape Painting

Quick Fashion

A short animation that introduces the concept behind Chinese Landscape Painting.

The purpose of this project is to improve the experience of online shopping, by helping sellers increase their sales, and buyers to have greater satisfaction with their purchase. It is an interactive web format combining CSS with flash.

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Six Stories Six Places

‘The sexually liberated modern woman turns out to resemble – what do you know! The pneumatic take-me-now-big-boy-fuck-puppet of the male fantasy after all.’ Janice Turner

Urban Tales

This project highlights six of Katherine Mansfield’s stories set in Wellington and locates them into the environment, past and present. grace.aitken@gmail.com 027 313 5328 behance.net/graceaitken

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Anna Considine

Pause and Effect

Language and the Land

Peculiar Speech

Celebrating the value of punctuation as an integral communication tool. Through visual interpretation, the effects and value of punctuation on the written word are highlighted.

Through sculpture, print-making and press, this design acts as an opportunity to correct the way we speak the names of our places, reminding us of the deeper meaning, hidden inside a word.

This project explores the peculiarities of language. It highlights similarities of figurative expressions across the world by establishing connections through words and themes.

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Insightful Stories

An Enquiry into Values

Gadgets, Gadgets Everywhere

Insightful Stories raises awareness of inclusive design, focusing on the visually impaired. It provides designers with guidelines to make their work more visually accessible.

A satirical encouragement of bad behaviour that highlights the disparity between our professed moral beliefs and the behaviours consumer capitalism encourages.

A story of a girl and her digital gadgets.

arnacunningham@gmail.com 027 369 8962 cargocollective.com/arnacunningham

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Kirsty Ireton

Made to last forever, designed to be thrown away

Domestex

This project aims to alter the perception of rubbish – questioning notions of worth and waste – in response to the disposable nature of our material culture.

Domestex is in response to both the imagery and text used in advertising and reflects on how they have become a part of everyday life.

em.holds@gmail.com 027 322 4825 www.emmaholder.co.nz emholds.tumblr.com

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Thomas Le Bas

Conflicting Cultures

Bringing back the value of dogs

Blood and Bone

Western and traditional medicines are contrasted, showing the negative sides of Western medicine and introducing an alternative option of Traditional Chinese medicine.

A children’s book that uses interactivity to engage as well as educate children about being responsible and safe around dogs.

Blood and Bone explores family history documentation and provides a form of recollection for our histories through the use of a digital system and touch interface.

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This project is a strategy and identity that empowers, connects and increases visibility and awareness, which then leads to acceptance felt by queer youth.

The Art of Removing Art.

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The Generation Gap

Unpacking Kiwi Picnics

This project is about bridging the gap between family generations. While re-contextualising a family history novel, it still honoured the authors’ original vision and thoughts.

This book explores new ways of representing New Zealand culture beyond cliché. Visual elements of picnicking evoke nostalgic connections, with both personal and public experiences.

Creative New Zealand Dynamic Brand Identity

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This wayfinding system explores the use of alternative routes to class based on the lack of an exercised mind, creating more productive learning in the classroom.

This series of stamps showcases New Zealand’s innovative contribution to adventure tourism worldwide – beyond the bungy jump.

Genetic Engineering is in New Zealand and is something consumers should be aware of. This project exposes facts about GE to the public through information design.

danhutchie@gmail.com miln_ay@hotmail.com 027 257 0378

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A journey showing key developmental stages where technology has influenced the shape and form of the letter A.

Diverted Attention focuses on the way leisure reading has been influenced by the introduction of new technologies and how they alter the way we access information.

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Andrea Stark The Value of the Decorative A print series inspired by everyday mundane activity, ephemera and residues. me@andreaalice.com 027 306 3872 www.andreaalice.com

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It’s the getting there that counts This project explores how wayfinding design differs between the physically fit and mobility challenged individuals. A system has been created to enhance accessibility for the latter audience. pennythomas123@hotmail.co.uk 027 710 4666 www.pennythomas.co.nz

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One hundred articles, one day, one event, one country is an analysis of the imbalance between editorial and design techniques.

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jennifer_elizabeth_watts@hotmail.com jenwatts.tumblr.com

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The Way The Cookie Crumbles

Creative Me This

The Way The Cookie Crumbles is a narrative about love and culture, and how the two intertwine.

A board game based on the trials and triumphs of the creative process.

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Reconstructions Of War

The final piece from my major project sequence titled Rites of Passage.

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04 Alistair Baxter High school! What do I need it for anyway? This project explores how to show male high school students the importance of their education. baxter.alistair@gmail.com 021 118 3450

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Game Over A series of faux video game posters employing pastiche and hyperbole of ‘hardcore gamer’ stereotypes, to raise awareness of negative implications from over-gaming. j.gb.kong@gmail.com 021 170 1750

09 Robert McMaster 2092: Post Sanity How would a future world inhabited by survivors suffering from Seasonal Affective and Delusional Disorder construct new identities? rob@robmcmaster.com 022 691 1790 www.robmcmaster.com

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Devotion Religious Values and Fundamentalism bridgetmonro@gmail.com 021 027 56463 bridgetmonro.blogspot.com

11 Laura O’Connor The End The End visually communicates the reality of death to children using colour and personification. This book is designed to be an aid for further discussion. Lauramoc@gmail.com 027 320 3651 laurasilloscribble.blogspot.com

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Portrait of a Leo Illustrating a Zodiac Sign portrait of a typical Leo. lexy.b.power@gmail.com www.lexyillust.com

13 Jacob Sparrow So it Goes A graphic interpretation of Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse Five. jacobsparrow@gmail.com 021 945 029

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Shattering the Illusive Ideal

Phatima, unsavory adventures with a touch of panache.

Shattering the Illusive Ideal deliberately uses the vernacular of advertising in order to critique product advertising and the beauty industry. r.walthall@gmail.com rebeccawalthall.co.nz behance.net/rebeccawalthall

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AWARDS ADVERTISING

Ashleigh MacLeod

Rob Longuet-Higgins

Hannah Wells

Nicole Yeoman

Second, NZ Award School 2010

Runner-up, New Zealand Post Student Marketer of the Year Award 2010

Third, NZ Award School 2010

Winner, NZ Award School 2010

Cameron Askin

Wesley Conyngham

Lindsay George

Bronze, DINZ Best Award 2010

Bronze, DINZ Best Award 2010

Silver, DINZ Best Award 2010

Yannik Gillain, Felix Telfer & Shinji Dawson

DIGITAL MEDIA

Winner, Asia Pacific Design Challenge 2010 Selected for screening, Animex 2011 U.K.

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Kyle Labad

Tanya Marriott (MDes)

Gold, DINZ Best Award 2010

Gold, DINZ Best Award 2010

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Grace Aitken

Anna Bogacki

Katherine Bevin

Merit MISTD - Member of the International Society of Typographic Designers 2010

Bronze, DINZ Best Award 2010

Merit MISTD - Member of the International Society of Typographic Designers 2010

Katie Bevin, Emma Jepson & Amy Potter

Tom Boyle

Jess Cogswell

Brittany Collard

Alexandra Collinson

Runner-up, New Zealand Post Student Marketer of the Year Award 2010

Silver, DINZ Best Award 2010

Commendation MISTD - Member of the International Society of Typographic Designers 2010

Merit MISTD - Member of the International Society of Typographic Designers 2010

Anna Considine

Arna Cunningham

Tim Denee

Danni Fisher

MISTD - Member of the International Society of Typographic Designers 2010

MISTD - Member of the International Society of Typographic Designers 2010

Silver, DINZ Best Award 2010

Silver, DINZ Best Award 2010

Gold, DINZ Best Awards Project 2010

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Tessa Gourley

Emma Holder

Amber-Jean Hornsby

Matt Hunkin (MDes)

Third, Australasian Student Design Awards 2010

Merit MISTD - Member of the International Society of Typographic Designers 2010

Gold, DINZ Best Award 2010

Bronze, DINZ Best Award 2010

Tom Lear

Thomas Le Bas

Jessica Lunnon

Sabrina Malcolm

Silver, DINZ Best Award 2010

MISTD - Member of the International Society of Typographic Designers 2010

MISTD - Member of the International Society of Typographic Designers 2010

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Sarah Ny

Luke Pittar (MDes)

Emma Quayle

Ashley Schischka

Gold, DINZ Best Award 2010

Bronze, DINZ Best Award 2010

MISTD - Member of the International Society of Typographic Designers 2010

MISTD - Member of the International Society of Typographic Designers 2010

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David Skogstad

Helen Simonson

Amanda Summersby

Penelope Thomas

MISTD - Member of the International Society of Typographic Designers 2010

Merit MISTD - Member of the International Society of Typographic Designers 2010

Silver, DINZ Best Award 2010

MISTD - Member of the International Society of Typographic Designers 2010

Jennifer Watts

Zoe Weir

Monica Wooff

MISTD - Member of the International Society of Typographic Designers 2010

Bronze, DINZ Best Award 2010

Silver, DINZ Best Award 2010

Tomas Cottle

Rosa Doyle

Jade Ell

Bridget Monro

Gold, DINZ Best Award 2010

Silver, DINZ Best Award 2010

Bronze, DINZ Best Award 2010

Winner, School Journal/ Learning Media Award 2010

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FINE ARTS We believe that the School of Fine Arts at Massey University is New Zealand’s premier provider of degree level Fine Art and Photography.

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR HEATHER GALBRAITH Head of School, School of Fine Arts

Throughout the school there is a dynamic and innovative culture that pervades all our teaching and research. The staff that teach on the programmes are well respected within the sector as exhibiting artists, writers and thinkers. While proudly located in Aotearoa New Zealand, our staff make international connections and take part in creative conversations across media disciplines and geographical boundaries. Their notable research activities and commitment to an energized and relevant teaching practice ensures that the students who emerge from our courses are imbued with a sense of excitement and purpose. Our graduates have comprehensive skills in working across a range of media, and the critical and analytic tools with which to explore the global dialogues of contemporary practice. Their passion for making and their awareness of art and photography’s vital contribution to our visual culture are well noted by the creative sector locally and nationally. The staff of the School of Fine Arts would like to wish the graduates success and fulfillment in their respective futures.

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In Transit questions the reliability of an archival document as a valid authentication of the past. The varying works delve into this false yet inherent notion, extending the medium’s displacement and erasure of past experience.

Stranger discusses the relationship between photographer, subject and audience, complicating our understanding of intimacy and photographic transgression while questioning what a sitter will portray publically.

Legitimate explores the meanings we attribute to a subculture and examines images and identities of Hip-Hop culture in New Zealand which I feel are often misrepresented.

kate.j.adolph@gmail.com 027 636 4276 kateadolph.com

e.l.anderson@live.com 021 026 70400 www.emmaanderson.co.nz www.filmholder.blogspot.com

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Critical Mass

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A photographic investigation into the movement and scale of mass produced pre-consumer units in Wellington.

Tricked explores how photography can extend the public engagement of optical illusion, and investigate the potential of bringing optical illusion into an art based context.

The intriguing nature of human relationships deserves due reflection. Collective carries an openness of meaning transporting observers back into a momentary feeling of their own life experiences.

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A Perfect Crime

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These images are taken from a series of work that explores the glamorised portrayal of crime within the media.

annag127@hotmail.com 021 037 8700

ecoombe36@gmail.com 027 325 6473

In distorting the perception of animal parts, these images act on the grotesque extremes of visual sensation, accosting the viewer with their own ambivalence to these objects. christina.economous@gmail.com 021 338 447

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Act One

Fashion advertising transfers societal concepts into the media and imitates the existing order of social life, reinforcing and establishing stereotypes in society.

This image is designed to be viewed in 3D. kate.herbert11@gmail.com

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Abby Maree Jones Recollection A Photographic Family Narrative. abbyjones21@gmail.com abbymjones.blogspot.com/

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Vision, Myth and Spirituality: The Aztecs’ Smoking Mirror

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This work experiments with the idea of perceiving the world through the Aztec black mirror into a different dimension where it is possible to see the essence and the duality of life.

victoriapercivall@gmail.com 021 023 28668

Prolonged Existence: A precious record of at risk indigenous New Zealand flora This photographic work addresses loss of information about natural New Zealand flora, and aims to contain the memory before it disappears.

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Dreaming

Haptic Memory

Made by hand

These are photographs of the bizarre, the fictitious and the obscurity of night dreaming, they are a journey into sleep.

This project explores materiality and its place in photographic practice, considering the possibility of a multisensory experience

These images explore female form and fashion photography using delicate fabrics and the hand process of cyanotype printing.

alliejane22@gmail.com 027 272 4414

steffi.silk@gmail.com 027 352 1188

scott.rebeccamaree@gmail.com 027 416 8141

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Hannah Lewis-Dempster

Geometridae

Rotk채ppchen

Looking at the Cleora Scriptaria moth through its relationship with the Kawakawa tree and ideas around a culturally constructed image of nature.

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Finding Truth in Paranoid Minds/ We Should Have Listened to Philip

L.E.D. – Exploration of the Mundane

Re-actuality II

The curious nature of display is based on light and movement.

Stimulated by concepts of altered perceptual realities, I explore the essence of visual sensory experience, the peripheral subliminal scene that we encounter everyday.

An installation exploring ideas around consumption, obsolescence, waste, progression, science fiction and paranoia. dan_harris@live.com

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12 Katie Parker ob·ser·va·tion [ob-zur-vey-shuhn] –noun 1. An act or instance of noticing or perceiving. kpinatree@gmail.com 027 4401 662 / (03) 442 2340

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The Sun and the Stone

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Central to my practice are ideas of social, societal and personal constraint. Under which constraints are we bound, and in which circumstances might we be free?

Project Echo, a radio station acting as parody of a secret government communication system that uses public airspace. Undisclosed location, undisclosed broadcast range, undisclosed frequency.

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AUCKLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN The Auckland School of Design with its focus on design majors in Industrial Design, Transport Design and Graphic Design is a creative and innovative place where international students join local students on our Albany campus. Using specialised workshop and computer-based facilities students learn through projects that are set to inspire and draw out imaginative design solutions. SUE MCLAREN Regional Director, Auckland School of Design

The products, systems and visual communication messages shown in this year’s publication have come about in response to a wide range of economic or socially relevant research questions. The work demonstrates our graduates independent and ingenious approach to finding futuristic, aesthetically interesting and sometimes provocative outcomes. These graduates have all completed their degrees with a high level of craft, research capability, technical expertise, business understanding and creativity. On behalf of all their teachers and support staff, I congratulate our graduates on their achievement and wish them success for their creative futures.

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Eun-byul Cho

Nova Walker

Fresa

Nova Walker is an innovative design solution for assistive elderly mobility aids. It cleanses the ‘stigma’ and establishes social acceptance through freedom and independence, but most importantly it is a product that individuals are proud to own and enjoy using.

Fresa is an automated strawberry picker designed as an ingenious solution for skilled labour shortage problems faced by strawberry growers, resulting in better efficiency and higher productivity.

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Incirca

Carve3 – Innovation in personal transport

Inspired by simplicity and fuelled by colour, Incirca brings the life back into cabin luggage. Features clean lines, organic curves, and a removable laptop case.

Designed for people looking for a traffic friendly way to skate on roadways, for both thrills and everyday commuting.

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fooD IS PLAY is the new convenience fridge for the future of domestic kitchens. It is designed to create a healthier relationship with your food.

The Rehearsal Pod is a transportable outdoor, modular, soundproof studio designed for practicing musicians, artists, and bands, providing them with a space to practice without disturbing neighbours or fellow residents. The Pod can also be used as a home office, breakout room or a sleepout.

MEVA - Membrane Experimental Vehicle Adaptable

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A future city-urban commuter vehicle for 2020 which employs an intelligent floating membrane which can alter its shape to improve efficiency and protect pedestrians. matthew.pilbrow@gmail.com 021 366 224 www.matthewpilbrow.com

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Share The system was developed to achieve better social interaction within a blood donation centre. By creating a positive and friendly experience, the aim is to encourage existing donors to donate more often and also to attract new donors. contact@alissarichardson.com 021 124 6624 www.alissarichardson.com

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Hoverboard

Resonance: 50m of elegance and class

The first of its kind, the Hoverboard uses aircaster technology to glide over multiple terrains aided by its innovative bristle system steering guide.

Designed for economy, stability and speed with modern luxury features, and quality. LOA: 49.98 m BOA: 17.73 m DISP: 225.8 tonnes Draft: 1.95 m Lifted Draft: 0.8 m Top speed: 30 knots

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Switch

Chimera

Switch has been designed incorporating technology and design to create a wake boat that has superior performance while being environmentally responsible.

Chimera is a 47ft long tourist adventure boat, capable of speeds up to 50kts. High speeds combined with shock mitigating jockey seats maximise the passenger experience.

shadbolt.selwyn@gmail.com 027 426 1020

LOA: 47ft Seats: 20 max Displacement: 7.8 tons Propulsion: 1106HP paired to two Sea Fury surface drives keith_torckler@hotmail.com 021 186 6402

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01 Kylie Haynes These pieces are a contemporary body of work that incorporate my interpretation of the visual aesthetics that have influenced the New Zealand Maori Taonga identity. kyliehaynes@yahoo.co.nz 021 255 4092

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02 Jared Dixon Life Start The Life Start website is a focal point for information and resources to inspire change and purpose in life. jareddixon@gmail.com 027 340 2815 / 021 141 9854 www.jareddixon.com

03 Candice Hindriksen 62 Ways To Slice An Apple This entertaining, illustrated book explores the diverse ways of interpretation through an exposé on the many meanings and understandings of one symbol, the apple. candicehindriksen@gmail.com 021 023 53345 www.candicerae.co.nz

04 Mathieu Jenkinson ELIAS The ELIAS brand is a teaser campaign, in which a contemporary universal ‘symbol set’ is used to create a brand culture.

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Think Tangible

A variety of work which includes a poster for a design conference, a book about the television show Dexter and a restaurant logotype.

Lyla Plum and the Ten Commandments of Childhood

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blair.mcgowan@gmail.com 021 023 86328 www.blairmcgowan.com

A childrens’ photomontage book designed to challenge existing childrens’ role models and unleash the imagination.

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10 Charlotte Scott Left-Brain Websites Left-Brain Websites is an online step-by-step guide for small business owners, helping them design a successful website. hello@charliescott.co.nz 021 206 1030 www.charliescott.co.nz www.leftbrainwebsites.com 10

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14 Richard Westmoreland Lend a Hand Lend a Hand focuses on increasing the public’s inclination to pick up everyday litter by initially targeting the councils Selected Dog Owners. westmorelanddesign@live.com 027 321 1948 westmorelanddesign.com

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AWARDS INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Nick Eaton

Sarah Peard

Nichola Trudgen

Gold, DINZ Best Award 2010

Bronze, DINZ Best Award 2010

2nd Place, New Zealand James Dyson Awards

Commended, Australasian Student Design Awards

Finalist, International James Dyson Awards

TRANSPORT DESIGN

Anton Garland

Chris Wang

Winner, AMP scholarship to Umea Institute of Design, Sweden

Finalist, Chinese Student Yacht Design Contest

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Aidan Turvey Gold, DINZ Best Award 2010

Josephine Ross, Olivia Mills, Rachael Mobberley, Karina Tedjapoernama Winners ‘Designasaurs Team’, yMedia Challenge 253

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HALL OF FAME 2010

The College of Creative Arts Hall of Fame honours alumni who, though art and design, have helped to define New Zealand’s national identity and enhance its economic development.

Past Inductees

They include proven leaders in creative businesses such as Weta Workshop, Fisher and Paykel and Formway Furniture.

Len Lye - Sculptor Rebecca Taylor - Fashion Designer Sir Richard Taylor - Special Effects Supervisor

The College is proud to include these iconic artists and designers as part of their 125 year history of defining kiwi creativity.

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2008 Mark Pennington - Industrial Designer Kate Sylvester - Fashion Designer Gordon Walters - Artist and Graphic Designer

2009 Grant Alexander - Graphic Designer John Drawbridge - Painter & Printmaker Jane Ussher - Photographer

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MANOS NATHAN

CERAMICIST “As a Maori clayworker I have a rich heritage of allegory and metaphor to draw on as a cultural template - a foundation and springboard from which to reinterpret and develop an identity for the non-customary medium of clay.” Manos was born in the Hokianga, of Te Roroa, Ngati Whatua and Nga Puhi descent. He graduated from Wellington Polytechnic in 1970 and has been at the forefront of Contemporary Maori Art ever since. Manos has instigated many cross-cultural exchanges with indigenous artists from around the world and was awarded the ‘Te Ara Whakarei’, honorary user status for the Toi Iho – Maori Made Mark, in 2002.

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AVIS HIGGS

TEXTILE DESIGNER Born in 1918 and trained at the Wellington School of Art, Avis quickly earned a reputation as one of Australasia’s most innovative textile designers during the 1940s. While much of her subsequent life revolved around painting, Avis’s design work was reassessed in 2000 and formed the exhibition Avis Higgs: Joie de Vivre, which toured New Zealand art galleries. Dilana Rugs and Starfish Fashion Boutique more recently recognised Avis Higgs’ unique contribution to Modernist textile design by reproducing limited editions featuring her work. Her designs are as vibrant today as they were in the 1940s. 258

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FANE FLAWS

ARTIST & DESIGNER Fane Flaws graduated from the Wellington Polytechnic in 1971 with a diploma in Graphic Design, but his subsequent career has included stints as a musician, songwriter, animator, filmmaker, director, artist, illustrator and graphic designer – a true renaissance man. He has earned Song of the Year Awards, Best Design Awards, Advertising and Video Awards and continues to work prolifically in multiple media art forms at his home in Hawke’s Bay.

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