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Ijada Logo & Web Design Process

December 8, 2010

Ijada Logo & Web Design Process

We’ve had great pleasure in the design and development of the new Corporate Identity System, and the new Website Design for Ijada Consulting Limited. Ijada is an unique advisory services and networking opportunities tailored especially for current and prospective clients in New Zealand’s education and migration industry. Ijada (pronounced eee-jar dah) is Spanish for jade/green-stone.  […]

Graphic Design as Art – Part 3/6

August 14, 2010

Graphic Design as Art – Part 3/6

Permanent UV ink on canvas, 50cm x 100cm, scroll bound contemporary Chinese style Visual Work – Sections on Close Up Chinese character for ‘Learn’ ‘學’. The bottom part of this character is ‘Child’,  ‘子’, a child with knowledge on top of his/her head. Please observe the 2 crosses within the top brackets, I picked up […]

The Chasm, New Zealand

November 9, 2009

The Chasm, New Zealand

The Chasm is a spot along the Cleddau River, where the watercourse carve its way through the narrow rock formation, making sculptures of nature. The negative ions from the mist felt truly replenishing, it was a symphony of sight and sound throughout the 15 min walk into the heart of the Chasm.

Mirror Lake South Island New Zealand

November 3, 2009

Mirror Lake South Island New Zealand

[amazon-product align=”right” bordercolor=”#dddddd”]1412008638[/amazon-product] Autumn, May 2009. Mirror Lake, also known as Lake Matheson is located at the South Island New Zealand. It sits on the 1.5 hour scenic route between Te Anau and Milford Sound. Before departing Te Anau, make sure you fill your car up, as there is no petrol station in Milford Sound. […]

Moeraki Boulders – Oamaru New Zealand

October 25, 2009

Moeraki Boulders – Oamaru New Zealand

Moeraki Boulders – Oamaru New Zealand One place to visit if you come to the South Island New Zealand, simply amazing! Just a couple of hours drive south from Christchurch [map], amazing huge spherical stone formations, largest to be up to 3 meters in diameter and several tons in weight. They scatter along the Koekohe […]

Chapter 2 – Setting New Roots

October 24, 2009

Chapter 2 – Setting New Roots

We had five heavy suitcases with us and each of us carried a small handbag. I even carried my own tennis racket on my back. By the looks of our heavy loads of luggage it was quite obvious that we were going to stay for a long time, wherever our destination was. I was thirteen […]

Chapter 1 – The unknown

October 24, 2009

Chapter 1 – The unknown

Very soon our home was going to be somewhere down south, 9000 kilometres away from everything we knew. At 20 kilometres a day, it would take us nearly a year and half to walk that far. Even from the relative comfort of an aircraft, we faced a journey into the unknown, and were full of curiosity and excitement.

Nelson 2002 visit Day 1 and Day 2

May 25, 2002

Nelson 2002 visit Day 1 and Day 2

Day 1 Saturday 25/5/02 I arrived in Nelson early on a beautiful Saturday morning, once I got off the plane I could taste the fresh air and sense the peacefulness of this lovely town. For some strange reason, coming to Nelson gives me a sense of coming home; it must have been the lovely people […]