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MATTHEW JUSTICE

Matthew Justice
‘Hierarchy and Food in Nepalese Healing Rituals’ by Linda Stone
2015

Submission for Nico Spelbrink’s ‘Slow Typography’ class, students were asked to create a publication that had something to do with food (and type). Channelling my disdain for poorly digitised research papers. I used this project to reinterpret an anthropological study on a Nepalese tribe, attempting to give the piece a form it deserves.

Matthew Justice
London Design Museum
2015

ISTD competition entry

Initiated by Gene Bawdin, this project grasped the idea of an interactive identity, where the Museum staff, exhibiters, guests and the general public could create unique communications within the confines of a kit. Using the museums stencils and stamps, anyone could take the role of communication designer.

Matthew Justice
Flaphtt
2015

screen printed poster series

Coinciding with Tony Abbott’s election into Prime Minsterdom, Trent Walter gave our screen printing class the task of creating outcomes revolving around ‘the campaign’. I was curious about campaign language, especially in Australia from the 60’s onwards. Born out of the inability to fit all the shortcomings of our leader on a single poster, I likened his denying of climate change to a made up word that means both flat and doomed (flaphtt).

Matthew Justice
Elkkle
2015

projection visuals

Local Melbourne music producer, Elkkle, asked me to create a moving visual counterpart to his live shows. Elkkle’s music often samples life, using a computer to manipulate it and project something new right back out – I did the same, by chopping up, overlaying and colourising pieces of old free-source documentaries and archival footage.

Matthew Justice
Melbourne Cinèmátheque
2015

Warren Taylor gave third year students this brief as both a uni project and a proposal for Melbourne Cinematheque’s 2016 season. Inspired by the polarity of black and white film to digital, linear and non-linear plot lines with abstraction and meaning, I created a large graphic and typographic response that could span across all merchandise and destroy the strict grid of the program brochure whilst keeping it orderly and easy to understand.

Matthew Justice
‘The Squirm’ ePub
2015

With the help of Paul Mylechrane, this project aimed to re-interpret a print publication that we had designed previously, making it functional on a digital platform. ‘The Squirm’ was a project I had initially undertaken to research contemporary ideas of subcultures – by gathering and contributing images and essays from the inside looking out.

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