Victorian Bar News 150

Posted 22 January 2011 | Print Design, Projects | 0 comments

Magazines are always great jobs. They often start off as a simple publication but the end result is often a totally different beast. Issue #150 of Victorian Bar News was a great example. By the end of the project, it had doubled in size and even merged with a smaller internal publication!

Our challenge as designers was to collate all the data from many different authors and present it in an appealing and consistent voice. To make it easier to read/digest, we introduced different colour sections for each area, with consistent headings. Each section was broken into easy to read chunks of text and images, with clear fonts and layouts.

It was well received at Vic Bar and we look forward to doing the next issue!


E.T. joins us in the studio

Posted 21 January 2011 | Fuel Studio, Random | 0 comments

The gorgeous (and slightly crazy) E. T. (Erya) joins us in the studio this year! She’s full of life, very fun and a great designer! Keep an eye out for her and her work!



Hornet Press Rebrand

Posted 21 January 2011 | Branding, Fuel Studio | 0 comments

Hornet Press have refreshed their brand identity to reflect their green commitment and australian heritage.
Using an infinity symbol doubling as the hornet wings, we used a multitude of colours to create movement.
We hope you like it! Keep an eye out for more Hornet corporate stationery soon.

hornet's new look


Custom Australian Stationery

Posted 21 January 2011 | Print Design, Projects | 1 comment

Blue Wren Note Card Set

Recently we got to design a range of environmentally friendly stationery for a local client! This image is from the card set, more images to come soon!

Created from post consumer recycled board and paper and printed with vegetable inks, this beautiful range is a great gift for that special lady. The Journals have a linen feel to the covers, with stitching detail, embossing, foil accents and a little bird charm, and the rest of the range is embossed with bronze foil accents.

The design features Australian native birds (Male and Female splendid blue wren) and Australian grasses (eg. kangaroo grass) which makes it ideal as an Australian souvenir, or even just and everday gift!

All are packaged in biodegradable corn starch packaging.


• A5 Journal (with pocket, stickers and bird charm),

• A6 Journal (with pocket, stickers and bird charm),

• Card Set (Envelopes, letter paper, stickers, gift cards),

• Slim Memo (with magnet)

• Mini Memo Pad

• Sticky Notes

Ps. If you’d like to buy from them, visit their website here: www.thelinenpress.com.au

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