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Tracey-Lee Scully's Auto-Erotic Photo-Romantic project was inspired by her travels to Berlin and the Photoautomat machines in the city.
Regional Executive Creative Director for Unilever, James Daniels saw his career shoot forward upon his appointment at Ogilvy & Mather (Advertising) Asia Pacific
Alongside Ian Sutherland, Bronner spoke on Genetic Design at ML Sultan Technikon for Design Indaba Conference in 1997.
Alongside Theart Korsten, Sue Oliver (Ogilvy & Mather) spoke on MNet's broadcasting media in African Operation at the Design Indaba Conference in 1997.
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Peter Saville is the kind of designer that legends are built around. He is best known for his work designing record covers for Factory Records.
Dieter Rams is a German industrial designer known for his design approach "Weniger, aber besser" ("Less is better") and his "10 Principles for Good Design".
Daljit Singh is the founder of digital agency Digit and executive creative director of Conran Singh.
As managing director of Enterprise IG, David Blyth is responsible for the operational delivery of all strategy and design work across Africa.
During his seven years as senior designer, Frere-Jones created many of Font Bureau's best known typefaces, including Interstate, and Poynter Oldstyle and Gothic
Ruudt Peters defines himself as a philosopher and an alchemist, his pieces of jewellery being extensions of a person.
Prof Neil Gershenfeld is the director of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)’s Centre for Bits and Atoms.
Martin Lambie-Nairn started his career in the world of television in the 1960s when he joined the BBC as a “temporary holiday relief assistant graphic artist”.
Georgianna Stout is founding partner and creative director at 2x4, leading projects that range from extensive website and identity projects.
Trained as a sculptor and musician, Watkins took up jewellery design in the early 70s, and has sustained an international recognition for his work ever since.
Born in Poland but raised in England, Barbara Hulanicki began her career in fashion in the early 1960s working as a freelance fashion illustrator.
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