Studio SP–GD, a Melbourne-based graphic design studio, aims to offer long-lasting creative solutions to local emerging and established businesses. Creator Surya Prasetya spoke to Collective about his desire to have his own business from the beginning and the need for complexity to achieve simplicity. >


After graduating from Designworks’ full-time graphic design course last year, Casey Goody has started her career as an in-house graphic designer working for Gold Coast advertising agency, Ten Four. Casey told Collective what she loves about her new role and the skills she’s carried over from Designworks. >


Since its inception in 2012, Melbourne-based design studio, Confetti, has offered interesting design solutions to its clients, across an array of mediums. Collective spoke to Creative Director Tom Shanahan about Confetti’s design process and the ability to remain true to their design DNA. >


Under the studio name of Trampoline, Melbourne-based art director Sean Hogan creates graphic design work for clients across the globe. Collective chats with Issue Eight’s cover contributor, Hogan, about Trampoline’s extensive portfolio, and how his work and his process have progressed over the years. >


Collider is a Sydney-based film and design studio, which has worked with big-name brands and gained industry attention for its short films and commercials. We interviewed Creative Director and Co-founder Andrew van der Westhuyzen on the importance of having transferable skills in the design world. >


Since completing Designworks’ full-time graphic design course in August last year, designer Selina Kidd is making leaps and bounds in the running of her Currumbin-based home studio, We spoke to Selina about why she decided to go out on her own, and the benefits of working for yourself. >