Hello hello Christchurch! Feeling bored? The next fortnight will keep you busy with events! It’s a lolly scramble, with everything from Coffee and Jam with Ministry of Awesome to caffeinate your lunch break to a Throwback exhibition at The Welder Collective. Holy heck it’s also that time of year! TDK Awards are kicking into full swing with judges from around the world including Its Nice That, Hey Studio and Chch legends Sons & Co. If you’re a student or 16/17 grad, hop to it!
Good reads from TDK friends
A list of recommended articles that you might like
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Design Assembly is an active community for New Zealand graphic design and designers. Dedicated to building a strong, supportive industry, Design Assembly seeks to celebrate, grow and challenge through online conversation, events and workshops.
At Dusty Road, we represent and manage premier Advertising, Design, Film & TV Production and digital Innovation talent. We work with the best creative and digital talent including Kiwis returning home or talent coming to New Zealand to live. Our mission is to make sure you're happy doing great work, and it’s our care and the time we spend with you that makes this possible
Whether you’re a graphic designer from Christchurch, a voice over artist from
Auckland or a motion graphic designer from Wellington, Creative Connect gives
you a free, media rich platform to upload your work and connect with peers &
professionals from all over New Zealand.
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