CLIENT
METROPOLIS PUBLISHING
PROJECT
Niseko travel feature

Metropolis Publishing, a Tokyo-based English language lifestyle magazine, asked Gallagher Frostell to produce a travel supplement featuring the Niseko area of Hokkaido. The work involved interviewing subjects and writing various features for the section, preparing all pictorial content as well as creating the sales platform for advertising required within the pages. 


CLIENT
OFFICE OF MANUFACTURE AND SERVICE INDUSTRIES
PROJECT
Campaign

A print campaign for Victorian Government associated with its Youth Central program to promote opportunity for school leavers taking careers in manufacturing industries. 


CLIENT
KAO CORPORATION, JAPAN
PROJECT
Corporate news publications

Dialogue was engaged by Japan’s Kao Corporation – a $10+US billion FMCG home products company – to design and produce its quarterly English language publication for senior management and executives worldwide in 1998. The project ran for ten years with a total of forty issues produced through the period. Work was conducted entirely from the Melbourne offices and involved a comprehensive teams of writers, editors and project managers on the client side in Tokyo. 


CLIENT
VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT
PROJECT
Branding and event collateral

The Victorian Training Awards are a signature event in the state government’s event program. The collateral for this edition featured graphics and specialised printing techniques to position the event as a gala experience. 


CLIENT
TELIGENT AB (SWEDEN)
PROJECT
Annual Report

With his brother, Petter Frostell, John designed and produced an English language Annual Report for Swedish telecommunications company, Teligent. The document was one in a series produced by Petter for the client along with an array of marketing and presentation materials required regularly for the growing company. 


CLIENT
MORELAND CITY COUNCIL
PROJECT
Publications – various

As part of the merger program for Victorian local governments in the mid 199os, the former Brunswick City Council was joined by two others to form Moreland with the new branding developed by Dialogue in what was the first such program in the state. The design solution was extended to the required collection of application areas with graphic standards ultimately documented for broad scale use. A follow-on project with the Council’s Economic Development Unit saw design, writing and production of a magazine format bulletin for distribution to registered stakeholders. The publication featured numerous articles and features with local business entities and provided a showcase for development activity in the area.