About Damian
Damian Miranda is a graphic designer, photographer and excessive thinker originally from Melbourne, Australia. He currently lives and works as a freelance designer in London.
http://www.damianmiranda.net
Current city: London
Damian Miranda is a graphic designer, photographer and excessive thinker originally from Melbourne, Australia. He currently lives and works as a freelance designer in London.
 
A wonderful collection of printed material organised chronologically throughout the space. Examples of old newspapers and other printed material give context and meaning for the visual styles.
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A short walk from Oxford Circus tube station, Kaffeine is easily one of the best coffee houses in London. Whenever I'm working in the area I pop in beforehand to kick start my day with a well-made cappuccino.
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Bordering the west side of Victoria Park, Regent's Canal serves as a pleasant walking or riding track, particularly on weekends when it's at it's quietest.
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The many book stores dotted along this strip can provide hours of inspiration. Aside from those selling new books, several specialise in second-hand and antiquarian books.
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Zoë Taylor is an illustrator based in London. She graduated from the RCA in 2009 and regularly illustrates for AnOther Magazine’s online edition. Her work has also been published in The Guardian, Syntax Editions, Grey, Le Gun, Bare Bones, Dazed & Confused and others. She is currently working on some visual stories.
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I'm a writer and Associate Editor of Oh Comely Magazine
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Joe Hales is a London based graphic designer, whose work is underscored with an ongoing interest in the relationship between the form, function and content of print based media. This is reflected in projects spanning a diverse range of clients, where careful attention is paid to producing aesthetically relevant, clear and engaging typographic work. Recent projects include an artist monograph for Nicola Hicks (Elephant in association with Flowers Gallery), a series of exhibition catalogues for Bloomberg SPACE, a group exhibition catalogue for Royal Academy Schools, a visual identity for new community, educational and creative space Rabbits Road Institute and the visual design for the Longplayer app, a musical composition lasting 1000 years by Jem Finer. Joe is a design consultant for Falmouth University and teaches typography at The Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture, Kingston University, London. He is a founding member of collective The International Western whose work to date has concentrated on mechanisms of transmission, translation and transformation of information. Recent pieces include the recording of Four in the Wave (in Verfreundungseffekt Magazine Vol. I, London, 2013), and the site-specific performance and print edition Calling All (Over Time, Royal Museums Greenwich, London, 2014 and Chisenhale Dance Space, London, 2016).
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I am a filmmaker and photographer from London. In 2009 I exhibited my reportage America project 88 Days at Bloomsbury's Orange Dot Gallery. Having recently finished a 35mm 15-minute short, I am now writing a feature film. I am also currently organising my next photographic exhibition, Sweet India, which I made last summer.
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American Fashion Photographer living and working in London
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