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世界平面设计师协会 编

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世界平面设计师年鉴 2008

李雯燕 译

艺术与设计出版联盟 辽宁科学技术出版社

艺术与设计出版联盟 辽宁科学技术出版社

AGIDEAS 2008 INTERNATIONAL DESIGN WEEK 世界平面设计师协会 编

世界平面设计师年鉴 2008

AGIDEAS 2008 INTERNATIONAL DESIGN WEEK

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AGIDEAS 2008 INTERNATIONAL DESIGN WEEK

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Welcome to the 18th AGIdeas International Design Week. The event has continued to grow and in 2007 sold out for the first time. 2361 people registered for the main forum. Since its inception, AGIdeas has hosted 350 of the world’s leading creative people. Their insights and shared experiences have inspired seasoned professionals, the next generation of designers and their fellow speakers. Often their anecdotes and creative adventures have extended well beyond their defined design discipline. This takes the number of registrations for the event to in excess of 28000. The organisation of the week is a major task. In a profession where collaboration does not come easily, over 1900 volunteers have worked together with a spirit of co-operation which has been admired by many. As part of the AGIdeas International Design Week, we are proud to be able to award three around the world travelling scholarships, including an internship at Fabrica in Treviso, Italy. 31 young designers have now benefited from these awards and we are now seeing evidence that this experience has influenced their careers, their thinking and the work they are producing. This brings us to AGIdeas 2008 International Design Week, our coming of age. While the week has reached a level of maturity, we all feel there is much more to be done. With a strong foundation of involvement from designers in Australia and internationally, strong commitment from the areas of design, education and business, and our sponsors, the future will only be limited by our imagination.

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There are eight events that will form the basis of this years programme. AGIdeas International Design Forum is three days of extraordinary presentations; AGIdeas ‘Interact’ opens the doors of some of Melbourne’s best design studios; AGIdeas ‘NewStar’ sends three young designers on international travelling scholarships; AGIdeas ‘Alumni’ brings together past participants; AGIdeas ‘Advantage’ is about bringing together the design and business communities; AGIdeas ‘Extend’ allows delegates to work closely with a design master; AGIdeas ‘Futures’ is about providing an international perspective for future designers; AGIdeas ‘disCourse’ will be the largest social event for the design community in Melbourne this year; and AGIdeas ‘uNite’ brings speakers, delegates and organisers together to celebrate a week of inspiration. As you will observe from the following wing pages, the work off our 44 speakers sits in the top levels off each of the design disciplines. This represents a truly international al view off the diversified areas that reside under the word design.. Designers continually search for sources ources ces of inspiration. This years event and this publication hopefully ly will be the catalyst for numerous creative outputs. This is for all those see with their minds wide open. op Ken Cato Chairman, Design Foundation

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The AGIdeas ‘International Design Forum’ over three days takes its audience on a journey through the creative endeavours of over 40 internationally acclaimed creative people. These amazing people will share their insights, experiences, journey and ideas with an audience of 2,400 design students, lecturers and design professionals from all states of Australia, as well as New Zealand, Singapore, Korea, Thailand, Taiwan and United Arab Emirates. The forum was created as a resource for the design community and for anyone looking to expand their design dialogue. The event is held at Melbourne’s premier arts venue, Hamer Hall at The Arts Centre and provides state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment ensuring that a world-class event is presented.

Since 1991, this annual event aims to inspire excellence by presenting those who have pushed the boundaries of their creative field and established a benchmark to which other designers must strive. AGIdeas demonstrates that design excellence is inspired and motivated by creativity in the broadest sense. For this reason the AGIdeas program explores a diverse perspective of the creative industries, presenting speakers from the areas of graphic design, corporate branding, advertising, industrial and product design, sound design, illustration, design for film and television, animation, motion graphics, broadcast media, interactive and multimedia, photography, street or graffiti art and fashion and textiles. In 2003 we introduced an opportunity for design colleges all over the world to present at the forum and show some of the work created by students at their colleges. Since then, alongside the world’s creative people, we have had colleges from USA, New Zealand, Australia, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, Korea and Singapore.

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AGIdeas ‘Interact’ opens the doors of Melbourne’s design studios. Students and new graduates of design have the opportunity to have dinner with designers and see inside the industry with a small group of other delegates. AGIdeas ‘Interact’ is an initiative designed to encourage dialogue between those at the established end of the industry and those emerging within it. These studio visits are a chance for the industry to give emerging designers some insight into the machinations of the industry, providing them with a context in which to study and an understanding of the standards for which to strive. Participating Studios 3 Deep Design ABT Anthem Cato Purnell Partners Charlwood Design Clemenger BBDO Cobalt Niche Cornwell David Lancashire Design Design by Pidgeon DTDigital Elmwood Design Emery Studio Fabio Ongarato Design FutureBrand Geek IT George Patterson Y&R Hoyne Design

Igloo Design Iloura DP Interbrand Krome Studios Lemonade Melbourne Museum of Printing Millimetre Ned Culic Qube Konstrukt Rankin Design R-Co. Sputnik Agency Square, Circle, Triangle Storm Design Stuart Pettigrew Design Studio Pip and Co. Studio Round Watts Design XYZ Studios


AGIdeas ‘NewStar’ is a competition that awards three international traveling scholarships to enhance the young winning designers’ careers through international work experience, by attending international design events or studying at the infamous Fabrica. Students and young designers are the future of the industry. It is the emerging design industry that has the most to offer the future of design and its contribution to an innovative and competitive economy. Since 1991, AGIdeas has run an award program for young designers that encourages design excellence and places their work on the international stage. AGIdeas ‘NewStar’ is an opportunity for students to expose their work to the world leaders of design and to the local design industry. It is also an opportunity for the design industry to see the emerging talent. Shortlisted entries are exhibited at Melbourne Museum and winners are awarded at the AGIdeas ‘International Design Forum’. AGIdeas has developed relationships with Fabrica and Design Indaba that allow two of our scholarship winners access to these important design organisations.

Fabrica, in Italy, is the research and development centre for the Benetton Group, supporting the creative development of young artists and researchers in a hands-on workshop with a multi-disciplinary approach. Design Indaba is South Africa’s national design conference and expo, exposing delegates to cutting edge design trends, opinions and techniques. These scholarships are an exceptional chance for young designers to broaden their knowledge and skills and enhance their design career opportunities, through international travel.


AGIdeas ‘Alumni’ seeks to be an extended network for members, connecting the past AGIdeas speakers, ‘Interact’ studio hosts and organising committees; providing opportunities for sharing ideas and creating new partnerships. Since its inception AGIdeas has presented over 340 internationally acclaimed designers who have generously shared their time and insights with our audience. Each year over 30 Melbourne design studios open their doors to the emerging design community through the AGIdeas ‘Interact’ program. The AGIdeas organising committee are a core group of design students selected each year from major colleges from all over Australia and internationally from the Asia Pacific region. With the dedication of these three groups AGIdeas has consistently delivered on its promise to inspire, motivate, challenge and amaze. The AGIdeas ‘Alumni’ was formed to connect these people through an elite community that provides networking possibilities. The AGIdeas ‘Alumni’ continues to steadily grow with members covering all corners of the globe from a diverse range of the creative industries. We invite anyone who has ever helped stage AGIdeas through these three groups to become an AGIdeas ‘Alumni’ member.

AGIdeas ‘Alumni’ Welcome Party this night is for Alumni members to meet the year’s speakers and committee and welcome the opening of AGIdeas International Design Week with a few cocktails. AGIdeas ‘Advantage’ Business Breakfast seeks to build links between the design and business communities. Design is increasingly being recognised as an economic driver for business and one of the single most important factors in building economic advantage. Presented in association with the Australian Marketing Institute and Design Victoria, AGIdeas ‘Advantage’ presents case studies that articulate the tangible benefits good design can offer to business.


AGIdeas ‘Extend’ provides a rare opportunity for both students and professionals to work closely with a design master. It is an opportunity for a small group of delegates to spend a full day with an international designer, working on a project learning their methodologies and creative process. Undoubtedly working intensively with design masters extends delegates’ design thinking and opens their minds to new possibilities. AGIdeas ‘Futures’ is a career support service for secondary school students who are interested in a career in design. Over two hours this mind-opening, educational event showcases internationally acclaimed designers representing a diverse cross-section of the design industry, covering film and television, graphic design, industrial and product design, animation, illustration, interactive media and advertising.

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Since 2006, AGIdeas ‘Futures’ has offered insights into career pathways, assisting in the transition from secondary to the tertiary education sector. This year, for the first time, the program includes college-held information stalls giving students, their parents and teachers attending AGIdeas ‘Futures’ the opportunity to speak to tertiary colleges directly about their creative courses, prior to and after the event. With growing support from the secondary education community we are presenting some of the world’s design stars to students considering a design career and offering them insight into the possibilities for their future. This international design resource is to encourage the right people into design. AGIdeas ‘disCourse’ is a special, end-of-event gala dinner to thank the year’s generous sponsors and tireless supporters. This is also a welcome occasion for the design community to come together to celebrate a week of design excellence. It is an important and rare opportunity for international designers, the design academies and the local design community to network. AGIdeas ‘uNite’ caps off the week as speakers and delegates come together to celebrate a massive week of inspiration, imagination and ideas.

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ROB ADAMS AUSTRALIA Professor Rob Adams has over 30 years’ experience as a practising architect and urban designer. As Director of City Design and Urban Environment for the City of Melbourne, he has produced research-based urban projects and strategies worthy of over eighty state and national awards for excellence. Cross-cultural and inter-disciplinary collaboration has formed a critical underpinning of Rob’s work, as illustrated by his research with Danish urban designer, Jan Gehl. Rob is a passionate believer in the good design of cities and the important role to be played by all levels of government. A champion of both the arts and environmental sustainability, he has worked to ensure that good urban design is established as a platform for city development in the future. Rob was recently awarded a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) on the Queen’s Birthday honours list, in recognition of his services to urban design, town planning and architecture.

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ANYHOW (NICK MORRIS & DAVID BOWERS) AUSTRALIA After graduating together with design diplomas from Monash University in 1986, Nick Morris and Dave Bowers created cult clothing label Umgawa in 1990. After selling the label in 1997, Morris became Art Director for Quiksilver before leaving to create his own design studio, Anyhow. He quickly established the studio as the home of surf and streetwear design. Dave Bowers has freelanced as a designer, illustrator and artist, working regularly with Mambo. Between them they have produced art for Paul Frank, Stussy, Mossimo, Globe, Lee and St. Lenny, among others. They recently started painting together on shared canvases under the pseudonym ‘Doug Bartlett’, a name inspired by footballing greats Doug Hawkins and Kevin Bartlett. Drawing inspiration from retro and modern pop culture they glean images and phrases from television, magazines, comics, movies and spam emails. Silk screen, stencils, oil stick and freehand are combined to produce vibrant, colourful and unexpected canvases.


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KATE BEZAR (DUMBO FEATHER) AUSTRALIA Kate Bezar is best known as the one-woman founder and publisher of ‘Dumbo feather, pass it on.’, an awardwinning ‘mook’ (book x magazine) featuring in-depth interviews with people who have followed their dreams. Now in its fifteenth edition, it has a devoted and growing fan-base. Based firmly in Australia, it has readers and subscribers all over the world. It’s now been four years since the first issue hit newsstands and as well as her roles as editor, publisher, mail-girl, warehouse manager and tea lady, Kate also contributes to other publications, gives talks and does fun projects on the side. Kate loves making mobiles and finding elephant memorabilia at flea markets. She dislikes newsagents who put ‘Dumbo feather’ in the maternity section and finding the start of the sticky tape. What inspires her? The pursuit of individual passion: ‘All I can do is be me. Whoever that is.’ Bob Dylan.


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SOPHIE BUTTNER AUSTRALIA Sophie Buttner is a maker/designer for film, theatre, television and events. After studying graphic design in Melbourne, sculpture in Italy, and theatre crafts in Sydney, Sophie has worked extensively in Australia and overseas. Her film credits include The Matrix, Farscape, Moulin Rouge, Scooby-Doo and Ghost Rider. She has worked with The Australian Ballet on the Nutcracker Suite and the Bell Shakespeare Company on Henry IV. She has also worked for Universal Studios Japan, the 15th Asian Games in Doha, Al Martinez Studios, Studio Kite and Mothers Art, and on ABC documentaries and private commissions. Her skills include sculpting, designing, mold making, costume props, art finishing, fabrication, construction and model making. She has run workshops for young children and university students in art and model making respectively. Sophie was recently awarded the Mike Walsh Fellowship to research puppetry and theatre in France.

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GABRIELLE DE VIETRI AUSTRALIA Gabrielle de Vietri was born in Kalgoorlie, 1983. Her concept-driven practice includes sculptural, photographic, performative, movingimage, written and imagined works and is constructed in the hope of activating new social imaginaries through which personal and social change may occur. This is instigated in her work through humorous, yet sincere, proposals of alternative ways of acting, interacting and transacting, creating new relationships and new realities. Gabrielle graduated with First Class Honours in the Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Victorian College of the Arts in 2005 after studying for two years at the Ecole Supérieure d’Art d’Aix in France. She currently lives and works in Melbourne and is the founding editor of the annual publication, Ideas Catalogue. She is currently exhibiting in NEW08 at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art. Gabrielle is brought to AGIdeas in association with the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.

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TIM DYWELSKA AUSTRALIA Tim Dywelska is a custom tattooist at one of Australia’s busiest tattoo shops, Tattoo Magic in Melbourne. Tim creates one-off original artwork for clients, interpreting their ideas into a tattoo design that will look good on skin and stand the test of time. With no other formal artistic training, Tim learned to tattoo by completing a two-year apprenticeship. Although he uses a variety of styles in his work, Tim prefers Japanese and traditional American tattoos. He has spent time working and traveling in Japan, Canada, the United States and New Zealand, where he was able to learn from other tattooists and study the different styles of tattoos particular to those countries. Tim has a client base of regular customers, some of whom have been collecting his artwork on their skin for many years. Some of his larger, more detailed tattoos can take months to complete.

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RODNEY EGGLESTON AUSTRALIA Formally of DireTribe, Rodney Eggleston and Anne-Laure Cavigneaux have begun a new office known as March Studio. March rejects current trends centered around high technology, drawing inspiration from the low-fi; from nostalgia, collective chaos and most importantly from ideas. Whilst training in Architecture at RMIT, Eggleston initiated the DireTribe Studio with fellow students. As director of the company, Eggleston headed many of their most successful projects, including the institutional Section 08 Container Bar, Pen Plan Paris, and the 2007 National Interior Design Award winner, Dusk Bar. Eggleston has also worked at the Office for Metropolitan Architecture in Rotterdam under Rem Koolhaas. Anne-Laure Cavigneaux’s work as a graphic artist and web designer have taken her from her roots in Paris, to London, Rotterdam, and now to Melbourne. Focusing on social interaction, Cavigneaux exemplifies a new generation of graphic artists, concerned first more with ideas than aesthetics.

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SARA FANELLI UK Sara Fanelli was born in Florence. She went to London to study art and has been working there as a freelance illustrator ever since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 1995. She has worked for a diverse range of international clients, dividing her time between commercial illustration commissions, books and self-generated projects. Her clients include The New Yorker, Penguin Books, Faber and Faber, Tate Modern, Tate Britain, BBC Worldwide, Ron Arad, Issey Miyake, the New York Times and The Royal Mail. She has written and illustrated a number of children’s books which have been published in many languages throughout the world. She has won several international awards, including two D&AD pencils, and has twice been the overall winner of the Victoria and Albert Museum Illustration Award. Her latest book ‘Sometimes I Think, Sometimes I Am’ is published by Tate Publications, with essays by Steven Heller and Marina Warner. Sara is brought to AGIdeas in association with the British Council.

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BEN FROST AUSTRALIA Sydney artist Ben Frost is best known for his ‘collage’ style of dynamic post-pop painting. Inspired by techniques and concepts from areas as diverse as graffiti, photo-real painting and signwriting, his often large-scale works are complex mash-ups of popular culture that have been diced, sliced and warmed over the burning embers of the 20th Century. His work subverts mainstream iconography, creating a visual and conceptual framework that is bold, confronting and often controversial. His painting ‘White Children Playing, Late 1900s’ was recently singled out by the mainstream media for its graphic depiction of children injecting drugs. Frost’s work has appeared in countless magazines and newspapers including Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Australian Art Collector and the Sydney Morning Herald. He has contributed to Black + White Magazine, Blue, the Portland Mercury, Follow Gentlemen and Men’s Style magazines. He has also done commissioned work for a variety of commercial organisations.

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MARK GOWING AUSTRALIA After ten years of experience across magazine, brochure, packaging and exhibition design, Mark began his own practice in Sydney in 1997. Mark Gowing Design is a communications studio with clients in both the corporate and cultural fields, including Hopscotch Films, Euroluce Lighting, The Weather Channel, Inertia Music, NRMA, The Powerhouse Museum, 2SER Radio, Sydney Film Festival and Sherman Galleries. Mark’s work, which explores the potential of pure geometric form and custom typography, has received numerous local and international awards and has been exhibited and published around the world. In 2001, Mark started the independent record label, Preservation Music, with friend Andrew Khedoori. Mark acts as creative director and produces CD packaging with an emphasis on engaging experimentalism. Mark’s approach to visual communication is driven by the belief that good design is simple honesty and, while good design is good business, it also demands cultural responsibility.

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ROLAND IJZERMANS NETHERLANDS Born in Holland in 1975, Roland IJzerman studied for his Industrial Design Masters in Delft, during which he took extra interest in refining his art skills and combining that with the possibilities of computer sketching and rendering. This resulted in various projects for architects, naval and consumer products before starting at Guerrilla Games as a designer in 2003. Guerrilla Games is a game development studio that employs 130 developers, designers and artists. At Guerrilla, Roland has designed the game environments for the highly successful Killzone, putting his industrial design background to use, creating fresh and new designs of outstanding realism. This conscious choice to use almost real-life designs in the virtual Killzone environments contributes to the game’s unique visual style. Killzone received several awards and a BAFTA nomination for visual style and was included in the international ‘Foreign Affairs of Dutch Design’ exhibition.

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PAUL KATTE AUSTRALIA Paul co-founded Make-Up Effects Group with partner Nick Nicolaou in 1987. Since then they have earned a reputation for creating high quality prosthetic make-ups, special make-up effects, creatures, realistic animals and animatronic characters and specialist model making, miniature and prop construction. Their commitment to maintaining the highest standard of design, fabrication and cosmetics finishing has not only kept them in demand, but has seem them evolve as a leading award winning studio in Australia for creating work of this kind. M.E.G. have provided effects for numerous feature films and television commercials including Laundry Warrior, Prince Caspian, Hey Baby, Black Water, 2.37, Nightmares & Dreamscapes, Gone, Silk, Candy, Charlotte’s Web, Feed, The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe, Man Thing, Darkness Falls, Ned, The Great Raid, Matrix Revolutions, Matrix Reloaded, Double Vision, Cyber Wars, Cut, The Matrix, Two Hands, Paws, The Island of Dr Moreau, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Babe and Critters 2.


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IAN MUTCH (KINGBROWN MAGAZINE) AUSTRALIA Kingbrown is a three-part project consisting of magazine, website and exhibitions. Named after a longneck beer bottle, Kingbrown aims to represent quality art, combined with good times. It is produced and managed by street artist YOK and artist/designer Ian Mutch. Kingbrown represents the thriving movement of street art including graffiti, stencils, postering, painting and murals as well as photography, illustration, multimedia, interior design, fashion design and cutting-edge graphic design. It captures the work of artists who use a variety of media such as inks, spraypaint, cut stencils, digital collage, various textures, fabrics and surfaces, large format posters, vinyl stickers, pens, markers, crayons, charcoals and photography. Attention is also given to related street cultures such as music, poetry, creative writing and skateboarding.

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ANETTE LENZ FRANCE Anette moved from Munich to Paris in 1990, where she worked with Alex Jordan in the renowned cultural-political design group, Grapus. Later, as a co-founder of the design collective Nous Travaillons Ensemble, she was involved in designing books, posters and identities for cities and cultural institutions. Since 1993, when she started her own studio, Anette has continued working in the social and cultural field, drawing on her knowledge of German typography traditions with bold French-inspired imagery for clients such as the City of Paris, the French Ministry of Culture, Museé des Arts Décoratifs, Le Monde and Théâtre d’Angoulême. Anette won the Gold Medal at the 2002 Brno Biennale, the Honorary Prize in Lahti, 2003, and the Kunsthof Rüttenscheidpreis in 2005 for her work in poster design. In 2004, in association with Vincent Perrottet, she received the Silver Medal at the Tehran Biennale, and the Grand Prix in Ningbo, China.

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SIMON LLOYD UK Simon Lloyd was born in Lincolnshire in 1955. Trained in the late 1970s, Lloyd attended the London College of Printing and later studied furniture design at High Wycombe, one of the centres of the British furniture industry. Moving to Australia in the mid-80s, Simon worked with Melbourne designer Peter Sands before establishing his own company Sisu in 1995. Optimising material qualities through craft production, Sisu’s refined designs are well received in the UK and Scandinavia. In 2003 Simon was awarded the Grand Prize in the Jan Ken Pon World Design competition in Gifu, Japan, for a simple dish tailored from industrial felt. Simon continues to exhibit his products widely. Late in 2005 he exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London in the exhibition ‘Global Local’. His work is held in collections including the National Gallery of Australia and the International Museum of Ceramics in Faenza, Italy.

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PETER LYSSIOTIS AUSTRALIA Peter was born in Cyprus in 1949 but has lived in Australia since 1953. He is a photomonteur, filmmaker, writer, photographer and book artist. He has exhibited widely in both solo and group shows. His small-press books include ‘Journey Of A Wise Electron And Other Stories’, ‘Three Cheers for Civilization’, ‘The Harbour Breathes’ (with Anna Couani) and ‘Industrial Woman’ (with Vivienne Mehes and Jas Duke). His photographs and limited edition artist’s books such as ‘Harmed Circle’, ‘From the Secret Life of Statues’, ‘Feather and Prey’ and ‘The Look of Love’ (with Scott McQuire) have been acquired by private collectors, libraries and galleries. His film ‘The Occupant’ (with Michael Karis and Ettore Siracusa) and the video ‘Thug’ (with Spiros Economopoulos and Christos Tsiolkas) have been screened extensively. His latest work, ‘A Gardener At Midnight: Travels In The Holy Land’ has been filmed by the Australian Broadcasting Commission as a two-part documentary.

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SAHIL MERCHANT (MAG NATION) AUSTRALIA Mention the word ‘magazine’ and most people think about weekly glossies that gossip about the rich and famous or expose the love child of some sports star. But how many people think of magazines as an art form? We at mag nation do. The impact that newer titles like Frankie, Yen, Empty, Dumbo Feather and Wooden Toy are having on the design-savvy wannabes who have such an impact on popular culture cannot be underestimated. Magazines with attitude are increasingly winning the battle for consumer attention. The importance of cult appeal and word of mouth street credibility has never been higher. Ask the aficionados of the magazine Monster Children what it is about and most of them don’t have a clue. And yet they all come flocking in droves the moment a new issue is released. It is the art that baffles and excites us, while keeping us on our toes.

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STEVE MARTINUZZO AUSTRALIA Steve Martinuzzo has worked in product development as an industrial designer for over 20 years. After Steve graduated from RMIT in 1985 he worked as a designer and senior consultant in a number of design groups and lecturing roles at Monash and RMIT Universities. Steve co-founded CobaltNiche with partner Jack Magree in 1996 and later led the company through the acquisition of Niche Design. CobaltNiche is one of Australia’s most creative product design and engineering groups, having developed a number of significant and iconic products for both Australian and multinational companies. The group’s projects are diverse and reflect Steve’s principal of producing inspirational, functional and commercially profitable designs. These include the Varian range of scientific instruments and JDM hand-dryers. Steve is the Victorian President of the DIA and Chair of Swinburne University’s Product Design Engineering course advisory committee.

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GLENN MELENHORST AUSTRALIA Glenn Melenhorst holds a degree in Graphic Design/Animation, and Film and Television from Swinburne University. Glenn is regarded as one of Australia’s finest character animators and designers in the industry. He has over twenty years’ experience in the film and television industry and is a published children’s book author and illustrator. His book ‘Little Boys’ was shortlisted for the 2006 Crichton Award. As animation director, Glenn has amassed a wide range of experience with both traditional 2D Cel and computer-generated animation. For six years Glenn ran his own company, Zephyr Animation and VFX. In 1999, Iloura acquired Zephyr and Glenn became Creative Director of Iloura. In his career to date, Glenn has directed animation for over 500 commercials. Recently completing work for Paramount Picture’s ‘Charlotte’s Web’, Glenn has directed a series of commercials for Toyota and is now working on a Holden Astra commercial with local director Mark Toia.

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BRUNO MONGUZZI ITALY Bruno Monguzzi is a designer, typographer and teacher. After studying in Geneva and London he began his career at Studio Boggeri in Milan in 1961. In 1983, in association with Visuel Design’s Jean Widmer, he won the competition for the signage system and corporate identity for the new Musée d’Orsay in Paris. From 1987 to 2004 he designed the exhibition posters for Museo Cantonale d’Arte in Lugano. His many awards include the Bodoni Prize in 1971, the Gold Medal from the New York Art Directors Club in 1990, the Prix Janus in Paris and, in 2000, the Gold Medal at the Toyama Poster Triennial and the Yusaku Kamekura Award. In 2003, in London, Bruno was the sixth Swiss designer (after Tschichold, Matter, Herdeg, Hoffman and Müller-Brockman) to be elected Honorary Royal Designer for Industry. He is the author of ‘Lo Studio Boggeri,1933-1981’ and ‘Piet Zwart: The Typographical Work, 1923-1933’. Bruno is brought to AGIdeas in association with Artisan.


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JEREMY MOON (ICE BREAKER) NEW ZEALAND You only have to leaf through his latest catalogue to taste Jeremy Moon’s passion for New Zealand, and he’s equally passionate about his multi-million dollar business. At just 25 years of age he founded what has become New Zealand’s leading outdoor clothing producer and exporter, selling the 100% New Zealand merino wool Icebreaker, an outdoor clothing system built from pure New Zealand merino wool. Jeremy’s Wellington-based team has grown from 1 to 100 people, and the company has offices in Melbourne, Hamburg, Portland and Sun Valley, USA. Icebreaker is distributed to over 2000 outdoor and snowsports stores in 30 countries across Europe, Asia, Australasia and North America. Sales have increased over 1000% in the last four years. Icebreaker’s brand-and design-led culture has earned major local and international awards and is a great example of a new business model from New Zealand that is creating an iconic international brand.

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ADAM FERRIER AUSTRALIA Adam Ferrier is a Consumer Psychologist and Managing Partner of Naked Communications. Adam left university with degrees in Commerce and Psychology and, by a strange twist of fate, began his career as a forensic psychologist. Adam worked in a maximum security country prison as well as private practice, assessing levels of danger and management needs of inmates. He then made the natural move to marketing consultancy, working for Added Value and becoming increasingly interested in opinion-leading consumers, popular culture and the world of cool. He completed his Clinical Psychology thesis in ‘Identifying the underlying constructs of cool people’, and became a global cool hunter for clothing and beverage companies. Adam further immersed himself in the world of advertising by moving to Saatchi & Saatchi as a Strategic Planner. In 2004 Adam moved to become a founding partner of Naked Communications in Australia.

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CHRISTOPH NIEMANN USA Christoph Niemann was born in Waiblingen, Germany in 1970. After his studies at the Stuttgart Academy of Fine Arts, he moved to New York City where he has been working as an illustrator, animator, and graphic designer since 1997. His work has appeared on the covers of The New Yorker, Atlantic Monthly, The New York Times magazine and American Illustration. Christoph’s illustrations have garnered numerous awards from the American Institute of Graphic Arts, the Society of Publication Designers, the Art Directors Club and American Illustration. Christoph is the author and illustrator of several books, among them ‘100% EVIL’ (with Nicholas Blechman) and the acclaimed children’s book, ‘The Police Cloud’. He is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. Christoph lives in Brooklyn, with his wife Lisa and three sons, Arthur, Gustav and Fritz. Christoph is brought to AGIdeas in association with The Collie Print Trust.

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JULIE PATERSON AUSTRALIA Julie was born in rural Somerset, England. After working as a freelance designer in London in the late 1980s she went for an extended holiday to Sydney and decided to stay. In partnership with a friend from art college, she formed the design consultancy Printhouse Furnishings. Recognising the need for a locally produced fabric company, she established ‘cloth’ in 1997. By 2000 Julie had sole ownership of ‘cloth’ and began painting. Her travels around Australia’s hinterland-scapes form the starting point for her design process and are at the heart of her business. Julie has also produced rugs, furniture and jewellery. She has worked on several boutique hotel commissions and supplied fabrics for Australian films including Baz Lurhmann’s forthcoming ‘Australia’. She also sells her fabric around the world.

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MATTHEW REMPHREY AUSTRALIA Matthew Remphrey is Managing and Creative Director of Parallax Design, a small Adelaide-based design consultancy. Parallax works across industry sectors specialising in brand identity and packaging design, most notably for South Australia’s wine industry. He completed a Bachelor of Visual Communication, specialising in Illustration, at the University of South Australia in 1991. After working as a freelance designer/illustrator for three years, he was asked to join Ian Kidd Design in Adelaide, where he rose to the role of Creative Manager. In 2001, he established Parallax Design. Matthew’s work has been highly awarded and published both nationally and internationally. Matthew is currently Chair of the Advisory Committee to the South Australian School of Art and Design, University of South Australia. He is a past president of the South Australian chapter of AGDA and a past Vice President of AGDA’s national council.

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AB ROGERS UK Ab Rogers was born in London in 1968 and trained as a cabinet maker. In 1989 he moved to Liverpool where he set up a small company specialising in custom-made furniture. He then set up Ahead Ahead, a multidisciplinary design and production collective, organising events, exhibitions and educational workshops. In 1993-94, Ab sailed around the Mediterranean and Caribbean, through the Panama Canal and across the Atlantic three times. In 2004 he set up his own studio; Ab Rogers Design is a multi-disciplinary design practice, which combines graphics, product design, interior design, packaging design, installations and branding. The Tate Modern, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Science Museum are among his institutional clients. Currently he is working on a large-scale permanent exhibition for Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), creating a vibrant and tactile invasion of objects, screens and interactives that tell the story of the moving image over the last 100 years. Ab is brought to AGIdeas in association with ACMI.

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MICHAEL SCOTT-MITCHELL AUSTRALIA Michael Scott-Mitchell studied Architecture at Sydney University before continuing his studies at NIDA. Michael has designed more than 100 productions in Australia and internationally. His opera designs include Don Giovanni, Andrea Chénier, L’Elisir d’Amore (Green Room Award for Best Opera Design), Rinaldo, Tannhäuser, Il trovatore and The Puccini Spectacular. In recent years he has designed for a number of major international events including the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, the Opening Ceremony of the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, and the set design for Adelaide’s Der Ring Des Nibelungen, which won the 2005 Helpmann Award for Best Scenic Design. He was a founding director of the architectural firm D4DESIGN, formed in 1987, whose projects have included the award-winning Rockpool Restaurant in Sydney, and the Regents Court Hotel. Michael is currently designing Stations of the Cross for World Youth Day, to be broadcast internationally in July 2008.

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MARK SEYMOUR AUSTRALIA Acclaimed singer/songwriter Mark Seymour’s music and lyrics have formed an indelible part of Australia’s musical landscape. He has followed his eighteen years with Hunters & Collectors with a vibrant solo recording career. Mark’s songwriting is constantly evolving, due in part to the diversity of his activities, which include film score composition, writing and performing music for theatre, and acting. Regarded internationally as one of Australia’s best singer/songwriters, Mark continues to draw live audiences with his intense, passionate vocals delivered with a measure of wry humour. Mark’s acclaimed fourth solo release ‘Westgate’ was released in 2007, along with his second Liberation Blue Acoustic Series release ‘Titanic’ and DVD ‘From Bondi To Bedlam’. Currently, Mark is touring and performing live around Australia and has just released a loosely biographical novel, titled ‘Thirteen Tonne Theory’, based on his observations and experiences during 26 years in the music business.

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RICHARD SEYMOUR (SEYMOURPOWELL) UK Richard Seymour is one of Europe’s best-known product designers. Trained as a graphic designer and illustrator initially, his career has taken him from book to record-sleeve design, through advertising and film production design to a commanding position on the international stage, with Seymourpowell (which he created with Dick Powell in 1984) now regarded as one of the world’s leading product design consultancies. The consultancy has won numerous design awards for its work over the last 20 years, including D&AD Silver Awards, The D&AD President’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Design, DBA Design Effectiveness Awards, and even two nominations for the Prince Phillip Design Prize. Richard is a trustee of the Design Museum in London, Past President of D&AD, Consultant Design Director to Lever Faberge in London and New York. Richard is brought to AGIdeas in association with Scholastic Media & Technology.

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CHRIS TAYLOR AUSTRALIA Chris Taylor is one of Australia’s best radio commercial writers and talent directors. In 2006, backed by his thirteen years of experience in the industry, he launched Shabbadu: The Audio Agency, a creative resource for radio stations, advertising agencies and clients of all sizes. During his years in advertising he worked for two multi-national agencies, as well as internally at London’s oldest and greatest commercial radio station, Capital Radio. He has won many local and international awards, including the Austereo Award in 1999. Chris has also been involved in education, training and nurturing young talent. He has tutored Award School in Melbourne and Brisbane, lectured at the RMB (now Commercial Radio Australia) Radio Writers’ Workshop, and toured India in 2005 lecturing to large groups on the power of sound and audio creativity.

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JULIET TAYLOR AUSTRALIA Juliet Taylor is one of the rising stars of Australia’s commercial photography industry. At an early age, the largely self-taught photographer threw herself into the commercial photography world, collaborating with some of the industry’s most influential and unconventional leaders. Her body of work includes campaigns for Nissan, Fox Sports, Yellowglen, Toni & Guy Salons and Telstra Bigpond, among many others. Juliet’s thoughtful approach to her craft has resulted in a string of national and international awards. This year she won four silvers at the APPA awards and was named Best Photographer in Australian Creative’s Hotshop Awards. Juliet loves experimenting with and mastering the latest digital technology for both the shooting and post-production processes, but derives her inspiration from iconic artists René Magritte and Man Ray. She lives by the maxim, ‘A photographer’s most powerful tool is the mind. Without a vision you may as well just be a photocopier.’

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PATRICK THOMAS SPAIN Patrick Thomas was born in Liverpool, England in 1965. He studied at Saint Martin’s School of Art and The Royal College of Art, London, before relocating to Barcelona in 1991. In 1997, after several years working freelance, he co-founded the multi-disciplinary art/design studio laVista. He divides his time between directing the studio, working for the international press and producing silkscreen prints. His collaboration with the Spanish newspaper La Vanguardia, for whom he has realised more than 150 covers, has been recognised at the highest international level. He is also a regular contributor to The New York Times Op-Ed, Book Review and Weekly Review sections. In Spring 2005 he published ‘Black & White’, a compilation of his recent graphic work, which was selected by Angus Hyland (Pentagram, London), reviewing for Grafik Magazine, as one of the best books of 2005. Patrick is brought to AGIdeas in association with Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA).

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NATHAN THOMPSON AUSTRALIA Nathan has been working with light since 1974. He has worked with most aspects of lighting; as a roadie in rock and roll, in technical and design roles in theatre, and manufacturing special lighting equipment and related electronics for nightclubs. Over the last decade his company, The Flaming Beacon, has focused its attention on independent consulting in the area of architectural lighting, primarily for the hospitality and tourism industries. They still maintain involvement with projects in the areas of art, performance and education, a mix of work that has brought them projects in Europe, North and South America, the Caribbean, Australia, the Middle East, and many East Asian and South-East Asian countries. Nathan is a guest teacher at Melbourne University and has run lighting design workshops at the HfG school of design at ZKM (Centre for Art and Media) in Karlsruhe, Germany.

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UNITED VISUAL ARTISTS (JOEL GETHIN LEWIS & MATT CLARK) UK A multi-disciplinary arts company combining art direction, production and software engineering, UVA was founded by partners Chris Bird, Matt Clark and Ash Nehru in 2003. They create responsive, immersive and sculptural light-based environments. Their first project was the creation of the ground-breaking visual show for Massive Attack’s ‘100th Window’ world tour. Since then they have gone on to work with bands including Basement Jaxx, U.N.K.L.E. and U2. In 2004 UVA created a curved LED installation for the Kabaret’s Prophecy nightclub in Soho, which won Wallpaper Magazine’s Best Designed Nightclub award in 2005. Their current major project is the design and installation of architectural lighting for the Santral Contemporary Art Space in Istanbul, Turkey. UVA is represented at AGIdeas 2008 by Creative Director Matt Clark and Interaction Designer Joel Gethin Lewis brought in association with British Council.

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MIN WANG CHINA Professor Min Wang is Dean of the School of Design at the Central Academy of Fine Arts, one of the most prestigious and influential art schools in China. Min is also the Design Director for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games Committee. He graduated from Yale University’s School of Art in 1988 and has been a visiting fellow at two German art schools. He has been the Design Director at Square Two Design since it established its Beijing office in 2004, after serving eight years as Design Manager and Senior Art Director at Adobe Systems. Min’s work has been exhibited in showcases such as the Biennale of Graphic Design in Brno, the Type Directors Club Exhibition in New York, and the International Poster Biennale in Lahti. Min was appointed Honorary Professor by Shanghai University’s Fine Art College and, in 2007, was elected Vice President of the International Council of Graphic Design Associations.

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DANNY YOUNT (PROLOGUE FILMS) USA A self-taught designer, Danny Yount has exercised his natural talents to become one of today’s top main title designers for film and television, as well as a photographer and commercial director. He has been a speaker at BDA/PROMAX, a juror for D&AD, and was recently elected into the Alliance Graphique Internationale. His work has earned many notable industry awards: TDC, BDA Gold, D&AD Silver, 3 Gold awards from the AIGA as well as an Emmy for his concept, design and direction of the opening sequence of HBO’s Six Feet Under, which has been called ‘television’s most gorgeous opening sequence’. As a Creative Director at Prologue Films he has been recognised for his work on feature film main titles like Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, which the Hollywood Reporter called ‘a title sequence worthy of the late Saul Bass’. Danny is brought to AGIdeas in association with Microsoft.

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BLACK IN FASHION: MOURNING TO NIGHT, DANIELLE WHITFIELD AUSTRALIA Danielle Whitfield is the Acting Curator of Australian Fashion and Textiles at the National Gallery of Victoria. Since 2001 she has curated several exhibitions, including ‘Flair: From Salon to Boutique’, ‘The Cicely and Colin Rigg Contemporary Design Award: Textiles’ (2003) and ‘Jewellery’ (2006), and ‘Katie Pye; Clothes for Modern Lovers’ (2007). ‘Black in Fashion: Mourning to Night’ explores the symbolism and enduring use of black in Western fashion. The exhibition draws upon garments and accessories dating from the mid-nineteenth century to the present. At NGV International, the exhibition features an examination of the various codes of etiquette that have aligned black with traditional mourning wear. At the Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, the exhibition focuses particularly on Melbourne designs.

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GAME ON, CONRAD BODMAN (ACMI) UK The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) has a distinguished track record of curating and delivering world-class exhibitions and events across a wide range of media. Conrad Bodman brings a wealth of international experience to the role of Head of Exhibitions at ACMI. Originally curated by Conrad for the Barbican Art Gallery‚ London, ‘Game On’ is the world’s most comprehensive exhibition dedicated to the history and future of games and gaming. It traces the technology behind the developments in computer game production and gives audiences a thrilling hands-on experience to explore how games and gaming have evolved into the massive industry of today. It also looks at the influence of computer games in music and film‚ and the impact of particular film and comic genres.

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THE MIND: ENTER THE LABYRINTH, NURIN VEIS AUSTRALIA Nurin Veis is Senior Curator of Human Biology and Medicine for Museum Victoria. She developed the exhibition ‘The Human Body’ for the Mind and Body Gallery at Melbourne Museum. Her new project, ‘The Mind: Enter the Labyrinth’, explores the capacities of the most complex phenomenon in the known universe the human mind. It sets a benchmark for an exhibition based on sensory and exploratory experiences, addressing the science of the mind while also taking an historical perspective on mental health. ‘The Mind’ showcases a wide variety of objects, from a real human brain, to the artwork of psychiatric patients and objects from asylums. Immersive activities allow visitors to step into the minds of others and force them to experience specific emotions.

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WANGANUI SCHOOL OF DESIGN NEW ZEALAND Wanganui’s design programme was the first of its type in New Zealand. The Wanganui School of Design emerged in the late 1980s and soon gained an international reputation for experimental work in new media and graphic design. It occupies its own multi-storey building in central Wanganui. Spacious studio environments attract students and staff from many parts of the world, all focused on working through a process of creative collaboration, extending the boundaries of existing talents. Its computer suites are among the best in the Pacific Rim, with state-of-the-art technology for multimedia authoring, graphic design exploration and digital imaging. The focus is to develop successful and effective solutions, not only to relevant questions of today, but also to those that will fuel and inspire the fields of design that are just around the corner. Courses are therefore highly interactive and designed with an awareness of emerging trends.

UNIVERSITY OF TASMANIA AUSTRALIA The University of Tasmania’s Tasmanian School of Art has an enviable reputation as one of Australia’s most innovative tertiary institutions. Housed within a purpose renovated warehouse on Hobart’s waterfront, the School of Art offers Bachelor and Masters degrees in Visual Communication as well as Fine Art. Undergraduate students in the Visual Communication studio are engaged in professional practice work for local clients as well as publishing ‘typotastic’, an annual magazine that presents critical writing about typography and design. Students and staff collaborate in all aspects from pre-production, production and promotion. ‘typotastic’, while winning design awards at home, has a global reach with national and international contributors creating a dialogue about design, typography and place. The school’s Master of Visual Communication helps students develop an incisive quality of thinking that enables them to meet the visual communication needs of evolving cultural and social networks.

BILLY BLUE AUSTRALIA In 1987, the design firm Billy Blue Creative decided to open a tiny design school to train people who would eventually work in their studio. A crowd of about four was expected. Instead, sixty-six people enrolled and there was a long waiting list. In essence, the school was founded by industry for industry and has been building on that philosophy ever since. The school offers two core study streams, Communication Design and Multimedia Design, at both vocational and higher education levels. Billy Blue is in partnership with Swinburne University’s Faculty of Design to deliver the Bachelor of Design in Sydney. Its positive partnership with creative industry practitioners is the key to the school’s reputation and success. It is consistently engaged with experts in the field to ensure that students are learning the most valuable ways to generate ideas, skills and abilities to sustain future practice.

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2007 Huntly Barton AUSTRALIA Paul Davis UK Anita Olan USA The Glue Society AUSTRALIA Graphic Thought Facility UK David Gurney AUSTRALIA Nicholas Hansen AUSTRALIA Nathan Jurevicius CANADA Masaaki Kanai, MUJI (Ryohin Keikaku Co. Ltd.) JAPAN Tim Kanoa AUSTRALIA Stefanie Kenyon AUSTRALIA Chip Kidd USA Anastasia Klose AUSTRALIA Material By Product AUSTRALIA Richard Murray UK Ebina Tatsuo JAPAN Istvan Orosz HUNGARY David Dare Parker AUSTRALIA Phibs AUSTRALIA Travis Price AUSTRALIA Nick Rennie AUSTRALIA Paula Scher (Pentagram) USA Six Degrees AUSTRALIA Soundfirm AUSTRALIA Steve Stamatiadis AUSTRALIA Mike Staniford UK Scott Strong (Ford) USA Nigel Swinn AUSTRALIA David Tartakover ISRAEL Gypsy Taylor AUSTRALIA John W Thompson AUSTRALIA Umeric AUSTRALIA Wooden Toy Magazine AUSTRALIA Zeds AUSTRALIA Mike Stubbs (ACMI) AUSTRALIA Laurie Benson (NGV) AUSTRALIA Roger Leong (NGV) AUSTRALIA Hongik University STH KOREA Massey Univeristy NEW ZEALAND RMIT University SINGAPORE

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2006 Reza Abedini IRAN Irma Boom THE NETHERLANDS Danielle Brustman AUSTRALIA Georgia Chapman AUSTRALIA Paul Charlwood AUSTRALIA Len Cheeseman NZ John Donegan (The Age) AUSTRALIA Ralph Eggleston (Pixar) USA Jonathan Ellery UK Gozer AUSTRALIA George Hardie AUSTRALIA Steven Harkin AUSTRALIA Richard Henderson AUSTRALIA Geoff Hocking AUSTRALIA Brad Holland USA Dr Cameron Jones AUSTRALIA Vicki McKay AUSTRALIA Chris McNaughton AUSTRALIA Moon Design AUSTRALIA Gerry Mussett AUSTRALIA Shiro Nakamura (Nissan) JAPAN Nick Pill AUSTRALIA Zoe Pollitt AUSTRALIA Leonardo Sonnoli ITALY Stelarc AUSTRALIA Tony Sweeney AUSTRALIA Jack Vaughan AUSTRALIA Andrew Walsh AUSTRALIA John Warwicker UK Michaela Webb AUSTRALIA Rodney Wulff AUSTRALIA Abu Dhabi Women’s College UAE Brigham Young University USA University of Western Sydney AUSTRALIA

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2005 Andrew Ashton AUSTRALIA Philip Brophy AUSTRALIA Anna Brownfield AUSTRALIA Paul Cohen (Mother) UK Ned Culic AUSTRALIA Adam Elliot AUSTRALIA Vince Frost UK Shigeo Fukuda JAPAN Jason Grant (Inkahoots) AUSTRALIA George Gittoes and Gabriele Dolton AUSTRALIA Sheldon Lieberman AUSTRALIA Mark Molloy AUSTRALIA M/M Paris FRANCE David Ohana AUSTRALIA Sandra Parker AUSTRALIA Sean Perkins (North Design) UK David Pidgeon AUSTRALIA Colette Renard FRANCE Dr Hilary Rhodes AUSTRALIA Rinzen AUSTRALIA Ahn Sang-Soo SOUTH KOREA Shih-Chien University TAIWAN Jennifer Sterling USA Omar Vulpinari (Fabrica) ITALY Garth Walker SOUTH AFRICA Antony Warne (Foxtel) AUSTRALIA David Webster (IDEO) USA RMIT University AUSTRALIA Australian Academy of Design AUSTRALIA

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2004 Ros Bandt AUSTRALIA Tom Bodkin USA Jeff Busby AUSTRALIA Celina Clarke AUSTRALIA Graeme Conn AUSTRALIA Peter D Cole AUSTRALIA Stuart Crossett AUSTRALIA Ian de Gruchy AUSTRALIA Delaware JAPAN Chris Edser AUSTRALIA Garry Emery AUSTRALIA Susumu Endo JAPAN Mike Finch AUSTRALIA Brigit Heller AUSTRALIA Ian Kidd AUSTRALIA Siobhan Keaney UK Dean Lyon NEW ZEALAND Animal Logic AUSTRALIA Jill Orr AUSTRALIA Brian Sadgrove AUSTRALIA Daoud Sarhandi UK Peter Schipperheyn AUSTRALIA David Simmonds AUSTRALIA Nancy Skolos USA Daniel Visser AUSTRALIA Manfred Wang TAIWAN Simon Waterfall UK Tom Wedell USA Swinburne University AUSTRALIA University of Ballarat AUSTRALIA University of South AUSTRALIA

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2003 John Allert (Interbrand) AUSTRALIA Julian Canny (Enterprise IG) AUSTRALIA Sue Carr AUSTRALIA Kyle Cooper USA Bryce Courtenay AUSTRALIA Les Gock AUSTRALIA Annette Harcus AUSTRALIA Daniela Haufe and Detlef Fiedler (Cyan) GERMANY David Hillman UK Andrew Hoyne AUSTRALIA John Maeda USA Heidi Middleton AUSTRALIA Monash University AUSTRALIA Fabio Ongarato AUSTRALIA Stephen Ormandy AUSTRALIA Yolanda Patricia Munoz MEXICO Chris Perks AUSTRALIA Nat Paton AUSTRALIA Kari Piippo FINLAND Paul Priestman UK Dana Rayson AUSTRALIA Gabriela Rodriquez MEXICO Ken Shadbolt (FutureBrand) AUSTRALIA Rhiannon Slatter AUSTRALIA Gary Sheppard AUSTRALIA Andrea Ulbrick AUSTRALIA University of Technology Auckland NEW ZEALAND University of Technology Sydney AUSTRALIA Richard Woldendorp AUSTRALIA

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2002 3 Deep Design AUSTRALIA Michael Alvisse AUSTRALIA Domenico Bartolo AUSTRALIA Erling Christoffersen DENMARK Mike Edmonds AUSTRALIA Cathy van Ee AUSTRALIA Daniel Falconer NEW ZEALAND Alison Hulett AUSTRALIA Des Irons AUSTRALIA Linda Jackson AUSTRALIA Terry Jones (i-D Magazine) UK Alan Kitching UK Natacha Merritt USA Tetsuya Mizuguchi JAPAN Paul Postma and Jacques Koeweiden THE NETHERLANDS

John Spooner AUSTRALIA Storm Image Design AUSTRALIA Wishart Design AUSTRALIA Wang Xu CHINA 2001 Mark Armstrong AUSTRALIA Jonathon Barnbrook UK Micahel Beirut USA John Bevins AUSTRALIA Nigel Buchanan AUSTRALIA Giorgio Camuffo (Fabrica) ITALY Shane Cargill AUSTRALIA Bruce Carter AUSTRALIA Sean-Michael Daley AUSTRALIA Jaime Hayon SPAIN Byron Jacobs USA Roger Law UK Craig Meek NEW ZEALAND Kan Tai-keung HONG KONG Lynn Trickett UK Barrie Tucker AUSTRALIA

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2000 Dana Arnett USA Dave Taylor (The Attik) UK Rick Birch AUSTRALIA James Brown AUSTRALIA David Carson USA Alan Chan HONG KONG Mimmo Cozzolino AUSTRALIA John Denton AUSTRALIA George Gittoes AUSTRALIA Neil Lawerence AUSTRALIA Dick Powell UK Ros Moriarty AUSTRALIA Jonathon Nolan AUSTRALIA Andrea Rauch ITALY Robyn Schremmer AUSTRALIA Ralph Schrivogel SWITZERLAND Michael Simons AUSTRALIA Nathan Thompson AUSTRALIA 1999 Kathy Altieri (Dreamworks) USA Ian Anderson (Designers Republic) UK Dominic Benhura ZIMBABWE Rosemary Bertel AUSTRALIA Susan Cohn AUSTRALIA Peter Geyer AUSTRALIA Hans-dieter Muster AUSTRALIA Michael Peters UK John Patrick AUSTRALIA Stefan Sagmeister USA Lucilee Tenazas USA Tadanori Yokoo JAPAN

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1998 Rod Bennett (Badjar) AUSTRALIA Paul Beranger (Millard Design) AUSTRALIA

Gerald Berliner USA Russell Brown (Adobe) USA Ken Done AUSTRALIA Richard Hawley USA Naomi Herzog AUSTRALIA Chris Holt (British Airways) UK Frannie Hopkirk AUSTRALIA David Lancashire AUSTRALIA P Scott Makela USA Peret SPAIN Arnold Schwartzman USA 1997 Faie Davis (DDi Adworks) AUSTRALIA

Leanna Harada (Skolos & Wedell) USA Peter Haythornthwaite NEW ZEALAND

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Javier Mariscal SPAIN Peter Miles (FuleDesign) UK Mark Moore (Industrial Light & Magic) USA Chris O’Hanlon (Spike Wireless) AUSTRALIA Roger Pfund SWITZERLAND Alexander Stitt AUSTRALIA Michael Stoddart (Adobe Systems) AUSTRALIA Margaret Youngblood (Landor) USA

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1996 Ray Black AUSTRALIA John De Ri USA Takenobu Igarashi JAPAN George Jardine USA Mary Lewis UK Jennifer Morla USA B Martin Pedersen USA Peter Saville UK Jakob Trollbeck USA Paul Winkler AUSTRALIA 1995 Maciej Buszewicz POLAND Robert Imhoff AUSTRALIA Poppy King AUSTRALIA Roger Law UK Jean Robert SWITZERLAND Makoto Saito JAPAN Deborah Sussman USA why not associates UK 1994 John Bertram AUSTRALIA Paul Davis USA Gert Dumbar THE NETHERLANDS Robert Lucci ITALY Bruno Oldani NORWAY Paula Scher USA John Warwicker UK

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1993 Steff Geissbuhler USA Robert Runyan USA Serge Serov RUSSIA Erik Spiekermann GERMANY Shigeru Uchida JAPAN Michael Wolff UK 1992 Alan Fletcher UK Gene Fredrica USA Frogdesign GERMANY Shigeo Fukuda JAPAN April Greiman USA Michael Vanderbyl USA 1991 Jim Cross USA Ernst Hiestand SWITZERLAND Henry Steiner HONG KONG Nicklaus Troxler SWITZERLAND Massimo and Lella Vignelli USA Jelle van der Toorn Vrijthoff THE NETHERLANDS

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Philosophy Design is everywhere. Good design helps to interpret and create new solutions and concepts to the challenges of today and the future. It assists in interpreting business strategy, adds value to our quality of life and reflects our cultural sophistication. Increasingly design is an essential component of all industry. This ranges from the visual presentation of business to the increased efficiency and effectiveness of products and services. With rapid globalisation, design impacts on our ability to communicate within and between industries and communities and with clients. Design enhances the visual presentation of our world and is a key factor in the cultural identity of our nation. Excellence in design is crucial to Australia’s competitiveness and status on the world stage.

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Core Objectives To encourage innovation, creativity and excellence in design To inspire, motivate and generate world-class designers To create a bridge between the design academies and the profession To assist young designers in building professional skills and networks To bring together designers from all over the world and reduce the geographic isolation of Australian design in an international industry To promote young designers from Australia to the industry both nationally and internationally To promote benefits of design within the broader business sector and community AGIdeas is endorsed by Alliance Graphique Internationale, and is now one of the largest and most well respected events of its kind in the world. The event is organised by a committee of young designers under the aegis of Ken Cato, past AGI president and AGI Education Director. Ken is the founder and chairman of the Design Foundation. Every year a detailed evaluation process is undertaken by the Design Foundation to assess the success and relevance of the AGIdeas International Design Week to its audience. Every person who attends the event is asked to complete an evaluation form and the analysis of this data forms a detailed report that informs the planning of subsequent events.

DESGN FOUNDATION

Design Foundation The Design Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation established to encourage excellence in design by supporting, promoting and enhancing the professional development of designers. Founded by Ken Cato in 1991 and run by a board of directors, the Foundation was established to run the AGIdeas International Design Week. With support from Alliance Graphique Internationale, the world’s most prestigious industry body, and its members, AGIdeas is run annually by the Design Foundation.

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The Committee Dedicated students from the major design colleges and universities in Melbourne and representatives from all over Australia and internationally, form the core of the organising structure of AGIdeas. The committee is responsible for all aspects of AGIdeas from pre-production including design, print management, promotion, ticket sales, office administration, event design and organisation to production including audiovisual, exhibition set-up, speaker hosting, presentations and, of course, post-production clean-up and evaluation that guides the future of the event. Over its 17 year history there have been 1,890 committee members who have tirelessly helped stage this amazing event.

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AGIdeas 2008 Organising Committee Hannah Armitage Jessica Brady Chris Cooper Caroline Cogley Adelaide Daniell Katie Darbyshire Megan Douglas Luke Farrugia Sam Gent Jeremy Gay Brady Haseler Sarah Jenkins Randall Johns Sarah Kerr Kyle McDonald Steven Meyer Cohen Morris Mun May Te Danielle O’Shea Ines Sincock Ellen Strasser Bill Taxidis Steven Tesoriero Aaron Tyler Kaylene Tyler Bernard Winter Jennifer Yani

Interstate Committee Elizabeth Aggett Sean Batchelor Anna Chen Danielle Dawson Kirsten Duncan Jodi English Matthew Haynes Ingrid Lockley Kassie MacDonald Stuart Macintosh Chloe Ong Daniel Orr Peter Saunders Annie So Sophie Tyler Sean Waddingham Renee Janssan International Committee Sarah Eising Jaysell Gopal Saleem Had Afra Matar Design Foundation Chairman Ken Cato Manager Kristin McCourtie Production Managers Sandra Muir Karen Sorensen Technical Manager Troy Robbins Designers Jessica Skipworth Jacob Thompson

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SPONSOR LIST

Principal Sponsor

Media Partners

Collie Print Trust

Desktop

Major Sponsors

IdN Magazine

AGDA

Marketing Magazine

Artisan

Supporting Organisations

Australian Marketing Institute

Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI)

British Council Cato Purnell Partners

Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA)

Design Victoria

Design Indaba

Microsoft

Fabrica

Scholastic

Melbourne Museum

Sponsors

National Gallery of Victoria NGV

Active Displays

Supporting Universities

Avon Graphics

Australian Academy of Design

Bond Imaging

RMIT University

Canon Computers Now Ford Motor Company PMG Rothfield Print Management Simmonds and Associates Spicers Paper Transferpress XYZ Studios

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SPONSORS

Principal Sponsor The Collie Print Trust The Collie Print Trust supports awards for talented apprentices in the printing industry as well as the development of the International Centre of Graphic Technology, Art and Design Faculty at RMIT University. It also supports artistic and educational endeavours at the Australian Print Workshop. Partners Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA) AGDA is the peak national organisation representing the Australian graphic design industry. With more than 2,500 members distributed throughout the creative, visual communications, and applied design and technology sectors, it is dedicated to advancing the profession through an interrelated program of state, national and international activities in education, advocacy and professional development. Artisan Creatives that work. Established in 1998 Artisan provides the best in talent and jobs for our local design industry. Now they cater to all areas of industry, from design and production through to suits and support. You’re never just a number with Artisan. They only know how to do it well! Australian Marketing Institute The Australian Marketing Institute represents professional marketers throughout Australia, including

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practitioners from all marketing functions and industries in both private and public sectors. Its key objectives are to provide representation and professional development for marketers and to advance the practice of marketing as a critical value-adding activity. The AMI’s leadership role is highlighted by the Certified Practicing Marketer (CPM) program, which is the practising benchmark for marketing professionals, and the Marketing Metrics program which will provide a framework to measure marketing effectiveness and demonstrate that marketing is the central source of value generation in business. British Council The British Council is the UK’s agency for international cultural relations, located in 110 countries around the globe. In Australia it connects young Australian audiences with the very best of contemporary British innovation and creativity, and develops opportunities for young Australians to visit the UK for professional development and education. Cato Purnell Partners Australia’s foremost identity management and design group encompasses all facets of identity design, from strategy to execution. The company pioneers new design solutions to increase worldwide recognition for Australian and international organisations. Its range of clients is matched only by the diversity of its solutions. It is one of the largest design firms in the southern hemisphere, working on some of Australia’s and the world’s most complex and iconic brands.

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Scholastic Media & Technology Scholastic is a national software distributor representing the world’s leading design software publishers, Autodesk, Autodesk Media & Entertainment, Adobe, Quark and WACOM. Products from these companies represent industry standard, design and technology tools covering CAD, Graphic Design, Animation and Web Design. Serving education and training markets for over 20 years, Scholastic provides strong communication and information for teachers and students through our Software Customer Service Team. Sponsors Active Display Group The new Active Display Group incorporates Australia’s pre-eminent screen printing company supplying national retailers and advertisers with their printed in-store campaigns, as well as the expertise of the most advanced prepress, digital and litho printing house. Avon Graphics Avon Graphics enriches printed communication by using a wide range of specialised techniques to add visual and tactile features to your print. The range of services offered includes foil stamping, embossing, formcutting, lasercutting, holograms and more. Avon offer a full advisory and sample service

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to assist with your print development. With factories in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, Avon Graphics offers Australia’s leading print embellishment service. Bond Imaging Specialising in large format printing, Bond Imaging delivers exceptional photographic, inkjet and digital imaging products and services to a wide range of professions. With the ability to print onto any surface, creating large format images for indoor and outdoor display is the company’s true strength. Canon An industry leader in professional and consumer imaging solutions, Canon’s product line includes digital video cameras, digital compact and SLR cameras, printers and networked multifunction devices. Canon has ranked among the top-three US patent recipients for the past 13 years. Canon Information Systems Research Australia (CISRA) develops customised solutions for local customers and exports digital imaging technologies worldwide.

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Design Victoria Design Victoria is the Victorian Government’s comprehensive strategy to grow Victoria’s design sector, backed by a $15 million funding commitment over four years.

Computers Now Everything you need for your design hardware and software. Computers Now provides many large design houses and even more solo operators with tailored solutions. For everything from Apple, Adobe and Quark, to Epson, gretagmacbeth, Wacom and Serious Colour Management, they have it covered.

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Ford Australia Ford Australia directly employs over 5000 people in design, development, sales, administration, manufacturing and assembly facilities across Australia. Based at its Australian headquarters in Broadmeadows, on the northern outskirts of Melbourne, the assembly plant is one of the most diverse in the Ford world. Print Management Group PMG is made up of a small group of professionals with a combined total of 80 years’ experience in the print, design and electronic publishing industry. Its main line is short-to-medium run, high-end work in both colour and black-and-white as well as large format. By producing all work in-house the company prides itself on delivering work of exceptional quality on time and on budget. Rothfield Print Management Providing outsourced production management facilities to the graphic design industry has been their specialty for over 15 years. Vast experience in all forms of production delivers improved profitability to its design customers. It integrates its skills into its clients’ businesses to improve their offering and skill set. Simmonds and Associates Photographer David Simmonds is as passionate about good design as he is about the images he creates. He knows from experience what it takes to get a great concept to the printed page. As well as creating images to a brief, David has a library of exceptional images for those occasions when your client needs it yesterday.

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Spicers Paper Paper is a promise. It’s one-half of a relationship waiting to be completed by the other half; your vision. For a paper merchant to say that paper is worthless sounds strange. But without a message to impart or emotion to evoke, it’s just paper. So Spicers doesn’t just see itself as a paper merchant; it sees itself as a total resource to help clients bring their vision to life, from the moment a concept is sparked, to the time it reaches the hands of its intended audience. Transfer Press Founded in September 2001, Transfer Press is a practice with ethical values and principles in all aspects of business. It operates under a collective structure and its client base consists primarily of community and cultural groups sharing its values and beliefs. Its mission is to provide quality design solutions for under-resourced sectors of the community. XYZ Studios Based on the roof of the Ritz Mansions, St Kilda, XYZ Studios is an outside-thebox premium post boutique. It works with animation, live action, editing, grading, paint, motion, design, music, illustration, welding, or whatever is required to give beautiful birth to an idea. It’s a multidimensional approach, which sums up as XYZ.

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Desktop Magazine Challenging and inspiring, Desktop showcases the best in Australian design and technology innovation. Each month, Desktop reports on a range of topics impacting on graphic arts professionals with a focus on the creative process, the work and the tools used by the most innovative designers in the country. Marketing Magazine Above and below the line, Marketing Magazine explores the strategic challenges and issues facing businesses. Packed monthly with comprehensive reports and advice from leading industry specialists, Marketing is Australia’s number one resource for information on implementing strategies, maximising campaigns and gaining the competitive advantage. Its mission is to enable readers to communicate across all media more effectively, in order to affect behavioural change and maximise value. Supporting Organisations Australian Centre for Contemporary Arts (ACCA) ACCA is Australia’s leading contemporary art space. It brings the best international and Australian artists and creative thinkers to audiences looking for emotional engagement and inspiration. ACCA is a special destination within Melbourne’s sophisticated cultural mix. Its exhibitions are tailored for its iconic, award-winning building. ACCA’s program of world premiere exhibitions is dynamic, distinctive and not to be missed.

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Australian Centre for the Moving Image A unique institution at the heart of Melbourne’s iconic meeting place, the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) at Federation Square celebrates, explores and promotes the cultural and creative richness of the moving image. Through a vibrant array of film programs, major exhibitions, live events, creative workshops and public and education programs, it delivers audiences unsurpassed diversity in ways to engage with the moving image in all its forms: film, television, games, new media and art. NGV Founded in 1861, the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is Australia’s oldest public art gallery. The collection comprises more than 63,000 works including paintings, sculpture, antiquities, works on paper, photography, decorative arts, furniture, fashion, textiles and multimedia. Since 2003, NGV has operated one gallery across two sites: NGV International and The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia.

SPONSORS

Media Partners

Melbourne Museum Melbourne Museum is one of the dynamic museums operated by Museum Victoria, the organisation responsible for the state’s collections, conducting research and providing public access. Melbourne Museum’s Designed to Inspire program aims to increase design literacy in the general public, to broaden national and international awareness of contemporary Australian design, and to enhance Victoria as a centre of design excellence.

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Australian Academy of Design Academy of Interactive Entertainment Brighton Bay Art and Design Program Billy Blue Grenadi School of Design La Trobe University Monash University RMIT Tafe RMIT The Works RMIT University Southbank Institute of Technology Swinburne University of Technology University of Ballarat University of Technology Sydney University of Tasmania

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