Welcome to Headjam's spreadable blog, a show and tell of creative.

The Potentials of 3D Printing

It may seem like a futuristic topic, but engineers and designers have been using 3D printers for over 20 years. Now, prices are dropping and start-ups and large businesses are getting involved. The rapid changes are bringing the good the bad and the ugly.

Typo Tuesday: Heady Thread

Peter Crawley has us in stitches over his threaded typography. Read our blog featuring his combination of bright, wild and colourful threads and also his contrasting neat and structured works-based off an American road trip.

Typo Tuesday: Smile for French Origami

The effort in creating the origami, the planning for the colours, and the knowledge that the paper won't last forever might seem like deterrents for some artist, but for Mademoiselle Maurice, it's all about the moment.

Photography: Photoshop and Feminism

Artist and Researcher, Nicholay Lamm, takes Barbie's figure and makes her look realistic. What a drastic difference!

Typo Tuesday: Bitchin' Stitchin'

Click here to see the bright stitched typography. The letters are uppercase sans serif with overlapping RGB colours.

Typo Tuesday: We Like Bikes

Click for bicycle signage with a positive message in a cafe in Hamburg, Germany. Created by designer and typographer Niels Buschke.

The Headjam Process: Project Management

Project management is the discipline of planning, organising, managing, leading and controlling resources for all creative projects. It is what sets us apart. It is what ensures our creative is not only extraordinary, but is also delivered on budget and on time.

Typo Tuesday: Teen Typographer in Newcastle

Local Novocastrian Elizabeth Hurley interned for a week at Headjam. During her time she did heaps of research for us on the art of typography, and then she created her own!

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