Posted 31.10.2014 @ 3.16PM
So the Organisation I work for has asked that I create some artwork with aboriginal elements (brochures, corporate collateral etc.) which will be used to promote our services in aboriginal communities.
I'm just wondering if anyone knows of any guidelines about using symbols, colours or even the flags. Is there a governing body in Australia that can help with this? Or is it free reign?
Google just points me to sites that talk about using actual printed artwork in design but nothing about creating our own artwork.
Thanks in advance. :)
Posted 19.02.2014 @ 2.49PM
I thought it was pretty narrow in reach.
There wasn't really anything to do with publishing — just *Frankie*. It would have been great to see some of the independant publishers/works on display.
No one had done any type-based work — it was all just illustration. Although as mentioned by @miss_spiked there was a stall devoted to a course on typography at a private college.
*Joining Forces* guys were doing some interesting stuff. And some of the only non-digital artwork available.
Hopefully next year it will be a bit more cohesive.
Posted 19.08.2013 @ 4.41PM
@miss_spiked ::Resource Space looks perfect yet a little expensive.::
It's actually opensource and free. The costs are for service help/support (if you wanted it).
The download is here: http://resourcespace.org/get
You would need to know how to set up a local server (or get IT help).
Have a play on the demo :)