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Julian Montague

graphic designer, Montague Projects in Buffalo

To Know The Spiders

PRESENTED ON MAY 30, 2017
IN BREDA @ VOL 23

"Every room you'll ever be in has a spider in it..."

In "To Know The Spiders" from PechaKucha Night Breda Vol. 23, Graphic Designer Julian Montague shares his artistic investigation into the relationship between "secondary occupants" and our spaces of habitation. His graphic design project, Secondary Occupants, Animals & Architecture, all started with the death of a spider...

Julian is an artist and graphic designer from Buffalo, New York. He is fascinated by modern design and acts as a true visual investigator in his self-initiated projects.

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Computer Graphic Character Design

BY REIBE STUDIOS
@ VOL 11 ON DEC 20, 2011

A group of students from computer science and fine arts departments share with us the methodologies they apply to the creation of characters in computer graphics, and how they produced two short films. (in Italian)

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Alles Gut

BY ALLES GUT
IN LYON

Alles Gut is a graphic design studio founded by Antoine Eckart and Francis Josserand. The idea was born from the desire of putting together their skills and their vision of design combining esthetic and function. They act in the field of print (ID, posters, editing), web design, and illustration. (in French)

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On Latvia, Graphic Design, and Tokyo

BY NATALIE CERNECKA
@ VOL 109 ON DEC 04, 2013

Natalie Cernecka, from Latvia, was trying to find a graphic designer in Tokyo. While searching, she found a small Latvian shop in Nakameguro and went to talk to the owner. She was so enthralled by the story she heard that she wanted to share it with the world via PechaKucha. While at a PechaKucha event, she met another Latvian. Through her new Latvian friend, she found a graphic designer from Ecuador who was able to help her.

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Graphic Forager

BY SAMUEL CASTAƑO
@ VOL 9 ON OCT 12, 2012

A hunter-gatherer of images, young graphic designer and illustrator Samuel Castaño managed to overcome his shyness in order to delight us with his graphic work, featuring collage, drawing and lettering.

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Ideas for Graphic Design Education in the Blue Mountains

BY XANDRO LOMBARDI
@ VOL 9 ON FEB 28, 2014

Xandro Lombardi discusses his role as a graphic design artist and educator. Australia is home to some of the world's top universities, but as Xandro points out, there is nothing between Sydney and Bathurst. Xandro proposes initiating a destination for graphic design education in the Blue Mountains, which would spark growth and cultural diversity. 

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Graphic Expression

BY RIBA HAROON
@ VOL 6 ON MAR 07, 2015

We are Riba and Simran, an eccentric pair of design junkies. We're graphic designers, artists, bad karaoke singers, serial shopaholics and best friends. We're hooked on all things Adobe. Concocting unique, special designs to match your needs gives us a happy high! We love being art nerds. We love tackling challenges. We love seeing the "this is it" expression.

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Punk Rock Fanzines and DIY Graphic Design

BY PAUL BURGESS
@ VOL 1 ON OCT 01, 2015

Paul Burgess has produced graphic designs for The Sex Pistols and The Buzzcocks, and in this presentation he shares his passion for counter-culture through this high speed 'history of' and 'how to guide' to Punk Fanzines.

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If The Box Fits

BY GEORGINA WESTLEY
@ VOL 7 ON SEP 27, 2016

Bedfordshire-based Illustrator, Georgina Westley tells us how I became the "lady that does those travel posters" by developing a unique style that creates beautiful artwork of places that people call their happy place.

This was "Presentation of the Day" on June 16th, 2017. 

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The New Line

BY SANDY JONES
@ VOL 5 ON DEC 12, 2016

Sandy Jones shares her research whihc contributed to the design exhibition 'The New Line' - a selection of 1920's and 1930's commercial print on loan from the V&A Museum and private collections.