Issue #40 is on its way and with everything from Google to Ballast Point.
February 4th, 2010
Issue #40 of Indesign magazine follows on from the re-design introduced in Issue #37 which was recently named Best Re-Design in the Business to Business category of the international Folio Awards.
Issue #40 features the new Google Sydney offices by Ferguson Design Studio and futurespace, a profile of Indesign Luminary, renowned graphic designer, Ken Cato and, in our new Landscape section, there’s a feature on the Ballast Point parklands by McGregor Coxall and JMD Design.
In this issue you’ll also find the award-winning Freshwater House by Chenchow Little architects, Jasmax’s new Auckland studio, the new Sportsgirl store by HMKM in Chadstone and interviews with Urban Art Projects and Paul Simmons from Timorous Beasties, as well as a guide to the best eco products to select for long-term life interiors.
The issue also looks at the nexus of photography, collage and 3D art with a profile of Artist Isidro Blasco (work pictured above).
Indesign #40 hits newsstands late February, so find your nearest stockist here or subscribe to future issues here.
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