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We are Nowhere Famous
Nowhere Famous was asked to develop the communications for the 2013 instalment of Project Five. Still a work in progress, this upcoming volume will take place during september and features the artistic talents of Adnate, Jodee Knowles, Numskull and Rone.
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We were invited by The Design Kids to contribute to the Sydney instalment of Threesome, a typographic exhibition and collaboration between Nowhere Famous, a recent graduate and a student. Installed in a vacant shop front in Surry Hills, Dreams Never Close is a comment on the plight of small business owners and their struggle to stay open in a retail environment on the decline.
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Cardinal Spin, a leading public relations company, approached Nowhere Famous to develop their re-brand. Along with their logo and print communications we also developed a mobile friendly website integrating a custom content management system to showcase their projects and results.
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Issue 7 brought with it a new look and direction for T-world, the world's only T-shirt journal. Along side Art Director Eddie Zammit, Nick Rudenno of Nowhere Famous was commissioned to developed the new logo and brand elements as well as designing the layouts for the latest issue which drew its content from the streets and T-shirt brands of New York City.
Nowhere Famous were engaged by Wiltshire + Dimas to develop the name and identity for a new community space located at Darling Quarter, Sydney. The result, OPEN, debuted with an exhibition of some of australia’s foremost street artists.
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Nowhere Famous was invited back for the second year to continue work on the Night Owls Kids Film Fest. A progression from its first year, while still maintaining the visual style, we constructed and shot everything including the animation in camera.
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When a member of the extended Nowhere Famous family was getting married we jumped to and produced a range of items to promote the big day, including a website to help guests travelling from all corners of the globe.
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Now in its fourth year, Project Five is an arts initiative developed by aMBUSH Gallery and ICE (Information + Cultural Exchange). Taking place in The Rocks over two days, four artists create artworks which are then auctioned off to raise money for the ICE charity. Nowhere Famous developed all creative and branding elements for the event.
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Curated by The Screen Producers Association of Australia, SPAA Fringe is a two day conference that brings together practitioners from all aspects film Tv and digital production. Nowhere Famous developed a typographic approach to the branding, highlighting the sense of collaboration within the industry. As well as online and print material, the typography was used to inform animation created by Method Studios.
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Developed by Darling Quarter along with Wiltshire and Dimas, Night Owls Kids Film Fest is a month of free public film screenings taking place on the Village Green at Darling Quarter. Aimed primarily at kids, Nowhere Famous developed the tactile look and feel of the branding along with the print communications and animation.
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