OFFSET After-party in Dublin

Recently (on the 7th of november)  me and my uni mates attended OFFSET graphic design after party in association with GRAFIK magazine which took place in Dublin ‘Twisted Pepper’ night club, the whole event was really cool and  I was really impressed, there were 4 rooms of audiovisual treats, Donal Dineen in the stage room, Synth Eastwood, Dublin Streets, and The Small Print in the café, Bodytonic in the basement and more fun in the Mezzanine. There was drawing on the walls, and on the glass with these special markers, loads of great graphic designers and illustrators to share your interests and great music for a wee dance in between! We had a really great time so have a look at the photos and tell me what you think!


Hey, I haven’t posted anything in ages have been pretty busy attened the OFFSET Afterparty and I have quite a lot of new posts coming up in the next couple of days! have to catch up,  have some really interesting stuff to share ! so keep checking, and for now check this prject described as:

‘Paste’ is a series of unbranded posters and envelopes, designed specifically to be pasted up anonymously around London.’

How cool is that, the work is by, so check their webpage for more great ideas.
Made in NOVEMBER 2006

Not For Commercial Use (NFCU) is an ongoing idea/collaboration between Generation Press & Build, which started life as a discussion about the designer/printer relationship. ‘Paste’ is a series of unbranded posters, designed specifically to be pasted up anonymously around London. A post-card set was also produced (again unbranded) and sent out to create interest around the project and around the mystery posters. One of the paste sessions was filmed and edited by Richard Carroll and directed by Richard Bull, and can be seen here, and a paste up session in NYC (Directed by Timothy Saccenti). The culmination of ‘Paste’ is a catalogue documenting the project, with a foreword by Adrian Shaughnessy. Additional thanks to Maxalot & Commonwealth.

CATEGORY: print-and-packaging
TAGS: 2006 self-initiated collaboration editorial typography