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Oliver Maltby

Some fantastic, witty work by Oliver Maltby, there are plenty of projects you will have seen picking up awards and some hidden gems.
Really great stuff , check out his website here.

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    15th Jun 2012
    10:28 am
  1. Very talented guy, and a nice chap to boot! All the best in Australia Oli

  2. Colin
    17th Jun 2012
    1:43 am
  3. Outstanding. Beautifully considered idea-driven design. It’s what it’s all about. Leaf Street is one of my favourite identities of all time. Flawless.

    For me, Oliver’s portfolio is what graphic design is all about. Intelligent visual communication. Over the past 4-5 years I’ve been increasingly worried by the type of work young designers are showing me in their folios. Students are being slightly brainwashed by design blogs to believe that ‘design craft’ and ‘finish’ is what graphic design is all about. It can be, but visual communication is also about ideas and storytelling.

    I reviewed about eight portfolios at the AIGA portfolio day in San Francisco a few weeks ago and was surprised by the lack of ideas in young designers’ books. A fancy print spec, foil or duplex is not an idea – it’s just ‘finish’.

    Remember, there’s more to graphic design than the work featured on September Industry and Visuelle. Sure, I love that stuff as much as the next person, but quite often it’s just design for the sake of design. Young designers should remember to switch on their brains once in a while and really try to balance their ‘sexy’ books with some thinking.

    Oliver’s work and the work of The Chase in general is a perfect reference for the type of design I’m referring to. Wonderful, inspiring stuff.

    18th Jun 2012
    12:51 pm
  5. Interbrand have bagged themselves a gem. In awe of this work. The ideas and wit demonstrated are the best I’ve seen in a long while. Brilliant.

  6. Oliver
    24th Jun 2012
    12:45 am
  7. HI Guys, I have just stumbled across this. Thanks for all the flattering comments. I’ve been very luck to work on some great projects over the years. Half the time it’s about getting the right client. There’s still quite a bit more work I need to put up on my website so please come back at some point.

  8. Mike Rigby
    3rd Jul 2012
    11:41 am
  9. Lovely work, top bloke, so good to have you onboard at Interbrand at last!

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