A new site for Indigo Design Group

Posted by on Dec 30, 2014 in the blog | 0 comments

This site was recently completed by fisheye (with back-end help ably supplied by Paul Erickson at Xperimental Studios) for the wonderful women of Indigo Design, Sydney-based Interior designers. We created an illustration of their studio space from a photograph, and decided that this should be used for the site’s navigation. A big site, a lot of consultation and hard work later, here it is! http://www.indigodesign.com.au  

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Recent illustrations for BOSTES

Posted by on Dec 30, 2014 in Illustration, Portfolio | 0 comments

Recent illustrations for BOSTES

BOSTES (big breath: NSW Board of Studies Teaching and Educational Standards) English and Mathematics Syllabus illustrations. Just recently completed, these were a most enjoyable distraction from my computer! A few samples from the project...

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Museum2You exhibition

Posted by on Dec 30, 2014 in Display, Portfolio, Special Projects | 0 comments

Museum2You exhibition

Museum2You A highly topical travelling exhibition on Sustainability, Biodiversity and Climate Change. Put together by the Australian Museum, it toured regional areas of Australia over many months. Fisheye designed the entire display (3 large banners plus 11 information panels) plus a folded DL brochure and a 32 page booklet to accompany it, called the Green Home Guide. A very rewarding...

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A fabulous food stylist/author’s work showcased in their new site designed by fisheye

Posted by on Jul 18, 2012 in the blog | 0 comments

Hot off the e-press!  Michele Cranston is a very talented cookbook author and food stylist, based in Sydney. Have a look at her freshly fisheye-designed website. Beautiful photography by Warwick Orme. http://www.michelecranston.com.au/

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Amazon can now bypass publishers

Posted by on Oct 20, 2011 in the blog | 0 comments

I just found this article from the New York Times which reports on Amazon’s move to directly woo authors, cutting publishers out of the deal. While this could be a good development for some authors who can self-publish e-books with Amazon and make more income from writing, I worry about the potential for publishing standards to drop. Publishing houses apply rigour to manuscripts, with usually multiple rounds of editing and proofreading – leading to a higher quality in the finished product. Not to mention the careful attention to the creation of a great cover! Would love to hear your...

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