TOUCH MAGAZINE INTERVIEWS OUR VERY OWN, CARLOS FLORES!
OCTOBER 31ST, 2014
Recently, Touch Magazine interviewed our Creative Director and Owner of Studio Equator, Carlos Flores.
Touch originally approached Studio Equator to assist them to create a concept for their point o...
studio equator formally shortlisted as finalists in desktop magazine's create 2010 awards!!!
studio equator formally shortlisted in desktop magazine's create 2010 awards!!!. We were shortlisted in the branding, print for commercial and illustration & typography sections/fields
About the event
Now in its 6th year, the 2010 Qantm Desktop CREATE:Awards celebrates Australia’s world-class creative industry, awarding exceptional talent over a vast array of creative fields, including:
Animation, Branding , Graphics for Fashion, Illustration & Type , Interactive & Digital design , Packaging , Photography , Post-Production , Print , Web design and more…
Judged by a panel of some of Australia’s most prominent and respected industry figures, the 2010 Qantm Desktop CREATE:Awards comes to a climatic halt at the prestigious 600+ people red-carpet awards night held on Friday 17 September, when the 2010 winners will be announced and the official October ‘CREATE:Awards’ issue of Desktop is unveiled. This is your chance to rub shoulders with Australia’s most prominent industry figures, your peers, your potential clients, and the media – It’s one heck of an industry party!
The 2010 Qantm Desktop CREATE:Awards is hosted by Desktop magazine, which after 24 years still tops the list as Australia’s most-read design & digital culture magazine. The CREATE:Awards reflect Desktop’s monthly content, which explores the processes and inspirations behind some of the world’s most amazing design work. Pumping out 11 issues per year with a monthly readership of over 35,000, it is no wonder that the CREATE:Awards attracts only the best talent.
The 2010 Qantm Desktop CREATE:Awards ‘CREATIVE OF THE YEAR’ will not only be featured on the front cover of the October ‘CREATE:Awards’ issue of Desktop, they will also win $10,000!