Projects




Website for KnotJustKnitting

Website for KnotJustKnitting


Posted on Apr 2, 2015

Over the last 15 years, Dimity has been working on the KnotJustKnitting website for her mother, textile artist Prudence Mapstone. The site has seen many incarnations over the years and has promoted Prudence’s freeform knitting & crochet techniques to the world. The site provides tips, workshop listings, image galleries, book details and automated PDF tutorial and pattern downloads to the interested craft community. >...

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Dimity worked with the Mornington Peninsula Local History Network to design a print map highlighting 27 heritage sites to visit on the peninsula. The map is printed at A2 size and folded to A5. It includes a colour coded map of the region, and information listings for each location. Dimity is currently in the process of developing a mobile-friendly online version of the map, to include details of over 70 heritage...

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Pop Trash Visual Identity

Pop Trash Visual Identity


Posted on Apr 2, 2014

Visual identity created for Pop Trash: the excesses of pop culture explored through dance. Dimity worked closely with the lead artist and performers to establish what type of artwork was required to promote the show. Bright, bold colours and pop art iconography were used to give a playful and contemporary feel. The strong visual identity was able to be used on invitations, posters, performance programs and online.

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Craft Book Design

Craft Book Design


Posted on Apr 2, 2014

Working with her mother, textile artist Prudence Mapstone, Dimity has undertaken the photography and design of five craft books on knitting & crochet techniques: Freeform: serendipitous design techniques for knitting & crochet (volumes 1 & 2), Never too many Handbags, Bullions & Beyond and Coat of Many Scrumbles. Over 10,000 copies of the books have been sold internationally. The intricate knitting & crochet work...

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Dimity worked with Mill Street Studios to develop the visual identity for their main brand and offshoots. A visual identity was developed to tie the three brands Mill Street Studios, Dance 4300 and Test Pressing together. The same layouts and fonts were used to create consistency, while colour, paper stock, embossing and spot uv coating was used on business cards to highlight difference.

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