Wednesday, November 25, 2009

We’ve had a facelift!

We’ve had a facelift!Check out our new website; which will now contain our blog. Log onto our website to see what’s new. Our do directly to our News section which will replace our blog.

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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

INSPIRATION :: Magnetic Mobiles

iscd Foundation Course students can be sure in looking overseas for guidance towards object and spatial design as Laikingland is a creative collaboration based in both the UK and The Netherlands, whose intention is to design and manufacture beautifully crafted kinetic objects that engage, and evoke a sense of play and nostalgia. Their most recent product are the Magnet Mobiles by Ivan Black, which consist of lightweight rotating forms that spiral around magnet and ball bearing mechanisms.

The near frictionless mechanisms allow the Magnet Mobiles to be activated with a simple light blow.
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Monday, November 9, 2009

WE LOVE :: Vintage by Munkii

Singapore Design House Munkii have come up with another design and style, modern/antique! This work titled Vintage shows the enchanting expression of classic curves silhouetted against modern lines. Vintage introduces the seductive way to occupy space.

the perfect addition to any one of iscd's Interior Styling storyboards for the modern, bold interior.

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Thursday, November 5, 2009

iscd IN THE MEDIA :: Wentworth Courier 28 October 2009

on October 28, 2009 iscd saw its' founding Director's colour trend forecast published in the Wentworth Courier as well as numerous other publications following the Trend Seminar earlier this month. 'Bright Future' as part of 'Explosion of Colour' article goes into the details of the Vivid colour palette, predicted for fashion, colour and design in 2010/2011.
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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

INSPIRATION :: Industrious Surface Designers hit the markets...

The iscd Surface Designers have been busy this Spring in preparation for the Sydney Summer markets! Using their design skills and love of colour to create some home-made crafts such as necklaces, brooches and hair clips.
Turning their new skills into another source of income before they've even graduated, talk about being proactive. You too can enjoy these skills from our Surface Design Diploma in our February 2010 intake. Or for the quick fix, look out for these designs in and around your weekend markets all through summer!

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