The Hack Workshop provided an array of various pieces from car fuses and wooden dowels to pen and paper with the aim for participants to create and put on display whatever they pleased during 2013 MADA Now. Contributions varied across literal and abstract sculptural pieces, to personal and amusing notes. Documentation of the pieces can be found at do.meni.co/hack-workshop/
I'm a multi-disciplinarian graphic designer with no fear of the third dimension or the digitised second dimension. Any excuse to get my hands dirty, to learn something new or to share gives me great joy.
Domenico Mazza has been awarded the "Perimeter Books Social Engagement Award" in Visual Communication at the 2013 MADA Now exhibition.
A website created to solve the problem of finding a printer. Printer Linker which can be found at printer.lc allows you to track down printers and other service providers useful to the communication design student such as binders, laser cutters and material suppliers.
Wedge St Bridge
A two dimensional representation of the Wedge Street Bridge in Werribee, Victoria, Australia. The design seeks to engage with the prominent colour and patterns found on the bridge as well as its form and function in relation to the landscape.
An identity design created as part of the Murrumbeena Exchange, a faculty wide project in conjunction with the local community to bring creativity back into the centre of Murrumbeena life.
A collection of neglected typography. The Neglected specimen book brings to light the possibility of lost revenue by opting for neglect instead of even a cheap quick fix, and also looks at the deliberately neglected, as well as amusing ironies.
A typeface created as part of the identity design for Mathematical Rhymes, an exhibition exploring generative art and delving into the aestethics of code and the visual and aural effects of computer data.