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Sparking a global career

Tapping into international business is one of the ways advertising and design businesses can try to sidestep the recession. Dublin graphic designer Gerard Whelan, who has developed relationships with clients all over the world, has just finished a pr

7th November, 2009

Tapping into international business is one of the ways advertising and design businesses can try to sidestep the recession. Dublin graphic designer Gerard Whelan, who has developed relationships with clients all over the world, has just finished a project with Twitter logo illustrator Simon Oxley.

Whelan worked with Oxley on the posters for the recent Canadian animation festival, Spark. Those involved worked across four time zones - Japan, Ireland, Canada, and Denmark (where Whelan was...

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