Things created between two thousand and three and two thousand and nine.
As You Cannot Hear The Sound of Losing print, poster, promotion, performance, theatre, casino, simulacrum, fake-real
Bounce Poster #4 print, poster, photography, opulent, party, flyer, promotion, miniatures, diorama
Yes Diggity First Birthday print, poster, photography, party, promotion, flyer, triangles, one, paperfolding, diamonds
Freelancing-Gods Blog website, blog, illustration, grid, catholic, icon, times new roman
As You Cannot Hear The Sound of Losing First Draft print, poster, promotion, performance, theatre, casino, gambling
Sneaker Freaker Issue 2 magazine, illustration, sneakers, nike, justin dickens, bus
Bounce Poster #2 print, poster, photography, opulent, party, flyer, promotion, bouncy balls, constructed typography
Bounce Poster #1 print, poster, opulent, party, flyer, A3, junk, collection
Reflections Poster print, poster, photography, trompe l'oeil, design criticism
Robbin it Steady Mixtape print, cd, illustration, promotion, opulent, favela rock, young steezy
You The Source of Unhappiness - Cicadas Being The Sound of Calm print, promotion, program, photography, found objects, performance, theatre, trompe l'oeil, william morris
Cellophane Typeface swinburne, typeface, vinylcut, graffiti, unreleased, typography, experiment
Hype Posters poster, swinburne, promotion, fluorescent, neon, 3d, photography
The Weight of Broken Men print, book, handbound, illustration, typography, collaboration, performance, theatre
Square, Circle, Triangle blockprint, print, square circle triangle, evolution
Kellermeister Typeface swinburne, typeface, modular, display face, unreleased, typography, experiment
Anthony Kolber Graphic Designer
Anthony is a graphic designer from Melbourne, Australia. He graduated from Swinburne University in 2006 with a Bachelor of Design – Honours. This was where he first discovered the writings of Bob Gill, Alan Fletcher and the work of the conceptual artists such as Joseph Kosuth and Hans Haacke. Their ideologies had a considerable effect on his approach to graphic design. He now works professionally as a senior designer.
The common link between the works shown on this site is a subversion of the traditional graphic design process. The prescribed method of taking a series of design concepts, incrementally improving and delimiting from that selection is reversed in favour of a process based in impulsivity. This process outcome is primarily due to having to conceptualise and complete projects in extremely short timeframes, but nonetheless poses an workable alternative to the 'traditional' design process model.