MFC / Website Update / 18.09.2009
With a new show coming up, Berlin-based artist Matthew Cheyne asked The Letter D to update his existing website, developed in 2005.
Using the online web application Indexhibit, self-editing was enabled, whilst the original banded styling was maintained – simply rotated to allow for future expanding text content.
TLD / QCA Print Lecture / 07.09.2009
Dan Pike was asked to talk about The Letter D’s print-based projects for the Queensland College of Art’s second year Print students – and so the whole lecture was centred around the studio’s ongoing work for Fine Print.
SPI / Business Cards / 04.09.2009
The Spinks & Co cards have been printed using the same DocuColor press as the Hughes cards, to achieve a waxy finish on the main logotype.
Coloured stock has been used to allow internal documents to be printed through a black laser printer – which minimises colour variation and ink usage – while maintaining the identity.
REI / Art Tube Update / 03.09.2009
In a possible world-first, Michael Reid is now offering online Art Education lectures, via a new Art Lectures section on their Art Tube.
The Letter D. was asked to develop the purchase interface and manage the integration across the Education sections of the website.
HAN / UK Food Tour Brochure / 02.09.2009
Brisbane’s pastry queen, Jocelyn Hancock asked The Letter D to put together a small brochure for a food tour she will be hosting in the UK.
To reflect the home-cooked nature of the tour, a simple format was created, with system fonts chosen to allow for future online integration.