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We have completed some large scale information graphics for Science Gallery’s latest show Surface Tension… “The future of water is the subject of tension. Water is both disposable and sacred, a muse for artists and a necessity for life – a … Continue reading
DETAIL is looking for an enthusiastic, insightful and highly creative visual communications designer with a real passion for print, digital and brand design to add to our team. You should have at least 3 years experience, can direct projects, work … Continue reading
Gerd Arntz (1900—1988) was a socially inspired and politically committed artist. While working with Otto Neurath, a social scientist, he developed what became known as ‘ISOTYPE — International System Of TYpographic Picture Education. During his career, Arntz designed around 4000 … Continue reading
We recently came across the ‘New Math’ project from Craig Damrauer — a unique mathemathical view of everyday life, emotions and activities. It made us smile. Have a look at the complete set here — www.morenewmath.com
This is the title of the new issue of SAS inflight magazine—Scanorama—which features the various endeavors of our good friends on Inis Meáin. The 10 page article is a lovely insight into the story of Inis Meáin Restaurant and Suites, … Continue reading
So the doors have just closed once again on Ireland’s premier creative festival—Offset 2010. It was a very special three days in Dublin where the team from The Small Print put together a world class event. With inspirational presentation and … Continue reading
It only seem like yesterday that young Ian left the Detail. family to begin a new life in the land of Moose and Mounties. His latest venture which turns national pride into a tasteful fashion experience has just been launched … Continue reading
Long time fans of two wheels we have been pretty excited about whats happening in bicycle design over the past couple of years. Leaving the last decade 19 in every 20 bikes sold were some sort of mountain variety — … Continue reading