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19.12.08

Artichoke 26 Cover Story - Round Round Table

Artichoke 26 Cover Story - Round Round Table

Along with my camera (it's on the table!) I was invited to a discussion (and lunch) on the future of graphic design. Hosted with panache and aplomb by Studio Round and debated by Kate Rhodes, Warren Taylor, Geoff Nees, James Cameron and Matthew Herbert with me chirping from my precarious perch above the table. The ideas were literally manifest on the table paper. The cover image and story was originally produced for the new views exhibition, held at the Melbourne Museum 15 November - 15 February 2009.