MADE Quarterly Edition One is available now on loremnotipsum.com. The first edition of MADE Quarterly features four individual covers, each displaying chosen works from our esteemed contributors. Please note covers are distributed randomly.
MADE Quarterly is a publication from the publishers of award winning graphic design periodical Process Journal about inspirational people from around the world who create incredible things. MADE focuses on inspirational people from around the world who create incredible things, including but not limited to industrial design, architecture, fashion, interior design, photography and the culinary world. MADE aims to get inside the heads of those individuals to find out how they do what they do, and what inspires them to create. Each issue will take a peek behind the scenes and offer the reader a rare opportunity to glimpse inside the minds of these inspiring individuals. All content in MADE Quarterly is hand-selected and curated by the Creative Directors, both from a design and editorial perspective. The content is not about breaking the latest news or events, it is motivated by a desire to uncover and provide insight into the inner workings of creative individuals and collectives from all corners of the globe.
Content: MADE Quarterly – Issue 1
Established in 1989, Dinosaur Designs made enough solid business and creative decisions to grow their humble market stall into flourishing, dedicated stores in Sydney, Melbourne and New York. Celebrated world-wide, Dinosaur has become one of Australia’s most eminent and recognisable jewellery exports.
Formed by a small, staunch team of shoemakers trained in the art of traditional shoe making, FEIT produces footwear that keep the designer, artisan and consumer all within arm’s reach, with a production process void of the cold detachment of modern manufacturing.
Form Us With Love
Swedish design studio Form Us With Love (FUWL) was founded in 2005 by John Löfgren, Jonas Pettersson, and Petrus Palmér, and it was not long before the studio began to receive international interest and industry recognition. Now, even with an extensive portfolio of celebrated products, showcases, projects, initiatives and collaborations, the studio claims its biggest achievement isn’t the products it has created, but the process it has gone through to create them.
In an unloved old engine or frame, Wrenchmonkees can see the potential of a legendary motorcycle. The Copenhagen-based team turns salvaged parts into motorcycles unique in style and performance, tailored to a customer’s individual needs and enriched with a handpicked assemblage of components.
Katie Quinn Davies
Three years ago Katie Quinn Davies, a trained graphic designer, was working as an Art Director in design studios in the US, Australia and her native Ireland. After a successful 12-year career, she stopped—and started taking photographs. By specialising in food and lifestyle, Katie was able to combine her passion for photography with her love of culinary preparation and styling.
Patterns from Above
Sarah and Brent Yaggi work together in a string of photographic ventures as wedding photographers (Yaggi Photography), commercial aerial photographers (Aerials by Design), and impassioned artists, capturing the Earth’s terrestrial beauty from the air, as Patterns From Above.