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Veronica Grow is often invited to share expert opinions on typography, and design education with Media organisations such as ABC, Frankie Magazine, Desktop Magazine, and the Melbourne Weekly Review. 

Since the School's inception two years ago, our students have punched well above their weight,  featuring twice as Fresh Talent for Desktop Magazine. 

Veronica Grow Interview with Melbourne Age

Veronica Grow Radio Interview with ABC 774 Libbi Gorr

July 2015 Discussing how and why Typography works 

"Typography is the silent persuader of our ...

September 26, 2014 Desktop Magazine - The 5 Golden Rules for Designing a Cover

Appearing along with Vince Frost, and Toko Design you can read Veronica Grow's words ...

March 24 2014 - Desktop Magazine - Design as Activity

January 2014 - Frankie Magazine - The Typo Truck

Our Typo Truck Featured in January Frankie, and Veronica Grow answered questions about  the importance ...

November 2013 Student Brooke Thorn Featured as Fresh Talent - Desktop Magazine

Brooke Thorn dreamed, hand-rendered and drew her way through our first design program, and  was ...

November 2013 - OSNS Featured In Desktop Magazine as Transformative

Transformative is how renowned driver of the Double Days Project, international design writer for ...

Oct 2013 - Veronica Grow discusses Typography on ABC Radio's 774

For those of you who missed it,  I was invited into the ABC to talk ...

Veronica Grow talks about Design Education for Desktop Magazine

Thanks very much to Desktop for asking me to contribute to Design Education. It was ...

June 5 2013 Desktop Magazine - Crazies and Misfits

April 2013 Desktop Magazine - Enter the Belly of the Beast

Old School the New School for Design are inviting designers, artists and activists to demonstrate ...

April 2013 Desktop Magazine - Lofty Ambitions and Humdrum

Dec 2012 - Article for Desktop Magazine - Designing with Heart

Why we design, not what we design has been a hot topic up at Old ...

Desktop Magazine Aug 8, 2012 Hands on the Old School Way

I’m not talking about clicking a button or anything of a sexual nature, but ...