Category Archives: Magazine

Concert review: Elton John, Forsyth Barr Stadium

This wasn’t my first foray into Rocket Man territory, and based on previous performances I’d experienced, I had high expectations for this one. And so did Dunedin. The air of anticipation was thick, the streets surrounding the Octagon packed, and there was a buzz in the city that wasn’t anything to do with the impending elections…Originally published in Volume magazine, issue #13, and The New Zealand Herald online.

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Concert review: Elton John, Forsyth Barr Stadium

This wasn’t my first foray into Rocket Man territory, and based on previous performances I’d experienced, I had high expectations for this one. And so did Dunedin. The air of anticipation was thick, the streets surrounding the Octagon packed, and there was a buzz in the city that wasn’t anything to do with the impending elections…Originally published in Volume magazine, issue #13, and The New Zealand Herald online.

QR codes get the designer treatment

From its tiny Wellington office and a flat in downtown Tokyo, Kiwi company SET QR is revolutionising standard QR codes by inflecting them with individual, branded personalities. And it’s nabbed some big name clients along the way…Published in Idealog #35.

QR codes get the designer treatment

From its tiny Wellington office and a flat in downtown Tokyo, Kiwi company SET QR is revolutionising standard QR codes by inflecting them with individual, branded personalities. And it’s nabbed some big name clients along the way…Published in Idealog #35.

We Can Create profile: Sara Blake

A chat with New York-based illustrator, designer and art director Sara Blake…Published in Idealog #34.

We Can Create profile: Sara Blake

A chat with New York-based illustrator, designer and art director Sara Blake…Published in Idealog #34.

Book review: The Great Disruption

The global crisis is headed straight for us at breakneck speed, there’s no turning back and you sure as hell better be ready for impact. Originally published in Idealog #33.

Book review: The Great Disruption

The global crisis is headed straight for us at breakneck speed, there’s no turning back and you sure as hell better be ready for impact. Originally published in Idealog #33.