DQ33 has hit the news stands – be sure to get your copy for all the latest parties, products, projects and people, including the Top Ten Forces and Faces of Australian & New Zealand Design.
April 1st, 2009
This month we bring you a very special issue of Design Quarterly, looking at the freshest and most outstanding talent on the scene today.
Meet Chris Doyle (pictured above), a Sydney graphic designer who received an Australian Graphic Design Association Award for developing his very on personal style guidelines (download here: 1.4MB).
Chris is one of our 2009 Top Ten Forces and Faces of Australian and New Zealand Design. Join him along with nine other amazing individuals to discover the highly conceptual, imaginative and industry-leading ideas coming out of the next generation of designers.
Take a trip to New York where Zaha Hadid seduces viewers with her provocative and seductive sculptures and installations. If you’re looking for something a little closer to home, stop over in Adelaide where technology, textiles and design intersect to create a unique sensory experience for the user.
In this issue we also look at the state of copyright and the economy, finding out how to combat copy-cats, protect your creative and boost your business sense.
Last but never least is our ever boisterous parties section, transporting you back to some the most outlandish, colourful, glamorous and outgoing events this side of the century.
DQ is a unique Australian design publication that goes behind the scenes of the global design industry. It chats with the personalities, visits the exhibitions, and parties with the people. From this dynamic viewpoint, DQ offers inspiration and ideas, and is an indispensable guide to what is happening in design right now.
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