Founded in 2009, Published by Process is the Melbourne-based publisher of quarterly publication Process Journal and other various design publications. It is dedicated to capturing beautiful work in print, stepping back and allowing the design to do the talking. Process Journal showcases the very best of Australian and International design.
Published by Process proudly supports the Australian design industry and all publications are printed and produced to the highest possible standards on Australian supplied paper stock in Melbourne, Australia.
Edited by Thomas Williams
Process Journal Edition Ten has arrived! Taking on the same revised format of Edition Nine, Edition Ten is our first City Profile, and what better city to focus on than the Empire City itself, New York. Shortly after we commenced our research on the edition, we quickly realised that we...
Edition Nine contributors include: Manual (US), Build (UK), Bedow (SE) and Mark Gowing Design (AU), in addition to essays by Rob Duncan (US) and Paul Blackburn (UK). Edition also features a bespoke cover illustration by Build.
Process Journal Edition Eight features: A Practice for Everyday Life, Hey!, North, Sons & Co, Jarek Kowalczyk, Klim, Outcast Editions, Accept & Proceed, Smörgåsbord, Bibliothèque, Studio Lin, Hofstede Design and essays by Rob Duncan & Brad Haylock.
Process Journal Edition Seven features: Heydays, Lars Müller Publishers, Studio Dumbar, Projects of Imagination, Lundgren+Lindqvist, Colophon, Six, The Hungry Workshop, ManvsMachine, This is Real Art, Semi-Permanent, MadeThought and with a conversation between Rob Duncan and Clinton Duncan.
Process Journal Edition Six features: Sea Design, Unit Editions, Wieden+Kennedy, NB Studio, Ultra Studio, DesignStudio, Underware, BVD, Kobi Benezri Studio, Daniel Freytag (Berg), Dowling Duncan and with essays from Dellano Pereira and Clinton Duncan.
Process Journal Edition Five features: Christopher Doyle, Thomas Williams, Farrow, Aesop, Winkreative, Moving Brands, Brogen Averill, Holt Design, Gavillet & Rust, HORT, The International Office, L2M3, Xavier Encinas and Research & Development.