Oi! Have your heard? There’s a brand new mag being put together by Gippslanders, for Gippslanders, right here in this vast, green region of ours.
Oi magazine, to be published six times a year, is the creation of Phillip Island journalist and publisher Roy Fleming. The first edition, launched on December 26, demonstrates what Roy promises will be the key focus of Oi: people.
Yep people – the relationships they share, the communities they build, their achievements and their trials, their glory and their pain – is the focus of the first edition.
There’s something freaky about this photo, and it’s not just that it’s the boss’s face. What is it, can you guess?
The image above, the one of Scribblevision founder Phill Mackie, shows the effect of using a high resolution image at 100% of it’s original size (left half of the image) in comparison to enlarging a low-resolution image (right half of the image). What are we talking about?
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School student Emma Moon joined the creative crew at Scribblevision for work experience last week. Over the course of the week Emma had the opportunity to work with graphic designers, web developers, illustrators, digital marketing experts and content writers.
She also learnt why coffee has such high currency in our Hotham Street studio, and the lengths to which our team will go to win the weekly paper-toss challenge. Here is Emma’s take on her week with us.
Say hello to graphic designer Stefani Visentin. Stef’s the latest addition to the Scribblevision tribe and, though we’re all mightily put out that she won the paper toss challenge on her first Friday here, we’re pretty excited to have her on board.
They say when one door slams, another opens, and that’s definitely the case for Scribblevision.
After eight years we’ve shut the doors on our Riverslea Boulevard studio and transferred to fancy new digs in Hotham Street Traralgon.