Flux

Flux

Kensington, Australia

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Flux Visual Communication are a young team of graphic designers from Adelaide, South Australia. We love the arts, especially typography & design, film, architecture and coffee.

Our greatest concerns are:

1) Increasing global emphasis on profits at the expense of humanity.

2) Global warming and the impact this will have on the lives of our children.

Using the skills we have acquired (or been given) to improve the future is what drives us.

Design for us is not about winning awards or being accepted, it is about creating something new, effective and interesting, regardless of the genre.

You can check out our commercial works at our Adelaide based graphic design studio

  • Joined: January 2008

Journal

My daily grind

Wish I could design t-shirts every day, but in reality what pays the bills is my Adelaide based graphic design studio
Posted over 3 years – Leave a comment

First calendar

Just put together my first redbubble calendar for 2010. If you’re interested but would like me to include one of my works that is missing, let me know!
Posted over 5 years – Leave a comment

Interview with Kathleen

1. Tell us a bit about your background, your personality, your ‘real world’ and what drives you. / Hmmmmmmm… background eh… where to start… life story wise, I am the offspring of, let’s say nicely, ‘contrast’. Certain conditions led to a humble sort of childhood, with lots of bush and nature around, despite the upheavals of what some may describe as dysfunctional existence. / Career wise, I have …
Posted over 6 years – Leave a comment

First Things First Manifesto

If you are an artist or designer and have never heard of the “First Things First Manifesto” then you need to click here to read it. / This manifesto has been signed by some of the world’s leading design thinkers, including Vince Frost, Steven Heller, Tibor Kalman, Ellen Lupton, Rick Poyner and Erik Spiekermann to name just a few. / If you have read it, get on with putting it int…
Posted almost 7 years – Leave a comment