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rocket
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I love toys.  Always have, always will.  So having a great client that is a toy importer is a lot of fun. This weeks project was a house brand toy rocket.  Our client wanted clean simple packaging and had a...
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amta history on the web
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Māori tennis in New Zealand has a long history.  Early settlers brought the game here during the late 1870's and it was an instant hit. With over 150 years of historical documents (results, photographs, players) I had a lot of data...
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game on
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Sometimes it feels like work is ticking off a long list of fun things I've always wanted to try.  This project fits the list. Steps to Success is a good old fashioned board game and logo designed by VIRTUALeyes for Te...
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10 years of a web pages life
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A  lot changes in 10 years.  For a web sites it is the amount of data you can now send to the reader - remember those squawky modems? Can you imagine the time it took to send through a photo that filled...
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whiff & whaff
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What started as one kiwi mascot soon separated into two personalities. This happens to me all the time, show a client different versions to pick from and you are asking for trouble <smile>. One angelic and the other, well let's...
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new year, new location
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We start this year off in a new studio.  VIRTUALeyes has moved to the arty suburb of Parnell.  Our new address can be found on our contact page. Only our address has changed - same phone numbers and PO Box....
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halloween circus
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For halloween I went retro, circus retro. A series of old print posters for a large children's halloween event in Wellington, with these great names: the venomous snake charmer mistress hiss the amazing screwsupski and his assistant bitzy slasho the...
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mouth spray
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This is a dead project – an idea for a product that the client never went ahead with. It only made it to this first concept art. Packaging for a tiny product that had to capture attention at the counter,...
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pachiko parlour
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The brief was simple [blockquote] to be visual and flashy a la Asia-think neon and pachiko parlour glitz! [/blockquote] Loud, colourful, in your face, and not much english. A change of style is always fun, but sometimes hard on the...
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