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Ross Gunter   |   http://rossgunter.com

"A selection of posters to promote this years Dimensions Festival and their partners. Each poster has a slightly different take on the central graphic."

Ross Gunter is an independent British graphic designer living in London, working across print and screen. He studied multimedia production and typography, and over the past 7 years has worked in a range of agencies for a variety of clients, from start-ups to corporate multi-nationals. Passionate about detail and craft, Ross’s approach combines conceptual thinking with strong type and image, drawing beauty from simplicity. 

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14 Apr

Designer of the week - 14/04/2014

Pointbarre   |   http://pointbarre.ca

Pointbarre is an independent, Montreal-based design collective, founded in 2010. Pointbarre’s main interest is graphic design that is oriented towards paper, screens and space. 

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14 Apr

Tata&Friends   |    http://tatafriends.com

"After doing some research on icons design we decided to make this tribute to the bands we love. Literal Rock Band Icons."

We are a design muscle for positive brands. We lead visual strategies so that our clients reach their customers´ hearts. We believe in process, research, experiments, curiosity and positive thinking. Tata&Friends is a place to grow, to collaborate, to learn and to share knowledge.

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10 Apr

Atto   |   http://atto.si

"Redesign of visual identity for Uovo Performing Arts Festival. Designed at Zetalab. Year: 2013."

Atto is a design consultancy based in Milan, directed by Sara Bianchi and Andrea Zambardi who decided to found an independent studio after gaining experience working several years with different studios (Studio Bianca, Alizarina, Zetalab). Atto works on a various range of projects: brand identity, editorial, illustration, motion graphic and web always taking care of every details and steps of the process. Atto believes in the value of teaching. We collaborate with schools in the education of young designers (Politecnico di Milano, Istituto Europeo di Design) and develop workshops for children to explain them the job of the graphic designer.

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8 Apr