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"I’m an Australian typographer, illustrator and artist, specializing in hand drawn artworks and projects with a lyrical, visual vocabulary.

Working in a range of mediums, my focus lies in generating truly creative, high impact visuals for professional and personal illustrations, typography, branding, murals, installations and exhibitions.” — Georgia Hill

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Good Things Everywhere

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Insta Slow Jams

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"A collection of typographic gifs based on rnb/hip hop lyrics…It was Valetine’s Day! I decided to celebrate with a whole lot of 90s rnb/hip hop lovin/cheatin/cryin/trying tracks, releasing a series of typo based gifs on Instagram called ‘INSTA SLOW JAMS’. All the type and pattern work was hand drawn, then built up digitially to animate.

More to come and I am obviously very single with the time to do this.”

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Never Ending Bummer | Solo Show

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"‘Never Ending Bummer’ is a series of illustrative, hand generated type based artworks that visualises cycles of anticipation, observation and reflections of a spent summer.

These monochromatic works develop experimental compositions where letters and phrasing are deconstructed from a cyclical theme, allowing each phrase to become an exaggerated visualisation of anticipation and disappointments. While each work is unrelated to the next, the final collection is layered with details of rhythm, repetition, and sequence, further shaping the sense of dramatic change within seasons, relationships, time, and fortune.”

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Georgia Hill | typography

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Stay Hungry | 360 x 500mm letterpress print on Wild 300gsm (35% cotton stock).

“’We are a studio that believes in the narrative that drives us all. We hold in equal regard the process, craftsmanship and origin of every aspect of every project.’

Simon and Jenna Hipgrave established The Hungry Workshop to deliver this passion for storytelling through design, process, craft and collaboration. They’re hands on with many aspects of each project, often quite literally rolling up their sleeves and getting elbow deep in creating a perfect execution.”

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Blank Collection

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"It can be hard to find a card that has the perfect sentiment – that’s why we created the Blank Collection. A series of floral woodcut illustrations and vintage styled sans serif typography is offset by your sweet, silly or serious handwritten message. With a little bit of guidance along the way you can add your own words to create a truly unique and original card that will really let someone know how you’re feeling.

The blank collection cards are A6 (105 x 148.5mm) and letterpress printed on Stephen Smart White 330gsm, a 100% carbon neutral stock.”

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Flynn’s Anaglyph Letterpress Print

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"A place where you can pass from one dimension to the other, Flynn’s is the home of the fabled Tron arcade that, in 2010, transported Sam Flynn into a digital world. Our print is an homage to that moment – put on a pair of classic red / blue 3d glasses and the anaglyphic print comes to life with another dimension.

Created for the ‘Directors Cut’ Look Hear exhibition 2013, Flynn’s was letterpress printed by hand on our Asbern proof press in two colours on Crane Lettra 300gsm.”

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Floral Wrapped Cards

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"Each card is wrapped in an Australian floral pattern, letterpress printed in bright magenta and turquoise on Wild 300gsm, a 35% cotton stock."

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The Hungry Workshop | print

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Jonathan Quintin | graphic design

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Revolver Coffee

"We worked closely with Revolver Coffee to create a visual identity and brand that would embody the values and spirit of its founders, the Giannakos brothers. We created a system that was flexible enough to be applied to exterior signage, menus, stationery, while also working in harmony with the interior design of their space.”

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Bambudda

Bambudda is a modern Chinese cuisine restaurant located in Vancouver’s Gastown district. Post Projects was commissioned to create the identity for the restaurant. The identity execution took the form of menu design, stationery, website, signage and custom wallpaper. We also worked with Jennilee Marigomen to produce photographs of the restaurant itself.”

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Post Projects | graphic design [two]

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About Post Projects
Post Projects is a Vancouver based graphic art and design studio that began with the partnership of Alex Nelson and Beau House. We currently work with a network of local and international specialists on creative projects that include identity & branding, print media, and interactive development.

Studio Philosophy
"It could be better" is an oft-repeated phrase in the Post Projects studio. We understand the commercial value of good creative ideas and see great potential for development in today’s visual landscape. We operate with a flexible, open process and appreciate working with people that are as focused on craftsmanship as we are.

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Platform Gallery: Intersections 

"This poster was commissioned by our friends at Working Format for Intersections, their second poster exhibition at the Platform Gallery.

From Working Format: Hollywood & Vine. Haight & Ashbury. Portage & Main. All great cities have intersections that are recognizable outside of their limits. Often these intersections conjure memories of historical and cultural significance, or are the scene for a unique civic attribute. Intersections will celebrate the unique experiences of seven of Vancouver’s best known intersections, through visual expressions of identity, character and the unique experience of specific places.”

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Platform Gallery: By Any Other Name

"In late summer 2011, our friends at Working Format invited Post-Projects’ founding partner Alex Nelson to contribute to their poster exhibit entitled By Any Other Name. Each participant was assigned a pseudonym for the city of Vancouver, which was to be used as a key element in their design. From Working Format’s brief:

'Like many other cities, Vancouver’s diverse, multicultural background has given way to the creation of several alternate names. These names — given in admiration, as matter-of-fact descriptors, or in jest — observe the many facets of our local industry, culture and geography. Bestowed by both residents and visitors, they suggest the multitude of histories that collectively define Vancouver.'”

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Pro Am: Art and Culture on the Internet

"Pro-Am is a three day conference about internet art practice, bringing together a range of thinkers and practitioners to explore the implications of the changing role of artists as ‘users’ online."

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LCD Soundsystem

"A limited edition, screen printed poster for a performance by LCD Soundsystem at Braham Park in Leeds. Part of a submission to an event promotion and merchandise production company."

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The XX poster

"A limited edition, screen printed poster for a performance by The XX at Place des Arts in Montreal. Part of a submission to an event promotion and merchandise production company. The geometric shapes surrounding the XX in this poster were derived from studies created by Ivan Kliun in 1917.”

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Post Projects | graphic design [one]

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