JM 20Sixth October 2012  
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Hello. As you may have heard, big things are afoot here at Josephmark. Ever since our humble beginnings in a garden shed (yup, it's been all glamour from day one), we've worked towards partnering with those who are creating meaningful and far-reaching ventures. As our ongoing work makes that vision a reality, some of our rituals are changing.

One consequence of which, is that we'll be less able to regularly reveal what we’ve been up to (terribly enigmatic of us, we know). That's why – from the next 20sixth onwards – you'll only hear from us when we're bursting to tell you something. For now, we’ll reveal all we can about the partnership with a certain social network…

A screenshot of the MySpace video on Vimeo

It feels like every man, woman and child has seen the tantalising Myspace teaser from our Breeder brothers and sisters, tweeted to the world in September by Mr. Timberlake himself.

In case you missed it, the video shattered preconceptions and whipped new Myspace anticipation to fever-pitch. The reception has been overwhelmingly positive – think journalistic high-fives from the most diverse of publications. The teaser's release gave the world its first look at the vision Josephmark and Myspace have been bringing to life for the last year or so, and we’re delighted to see the fruits of our partnership be so fantastically well received.

For us, this is not simply another social media or music website; it’s about artists connecting with their fans in an environment that supports and celebrates not just their art, but the relationship we have with it; it's about returning to the true heritage of Myspace – the experience of discovery, falling in love with a new band and sharing it with your friends. We're super excited about what's to come and we hope you like it. Watch this (My)space for more…


“A striking new site that gives artists a handsome place to host their music and fans a place to connect with the artists they love.”

- Fast Company

A glimpse at Myspace Mixes

“MySpace 2.0 looks sleek, shiny and fresh.”

- Huffington Post


“MySpace is back.”


A glimpse at Myspace connections
Responsive Projects

Our very own Aaron Gillett is part of a team that's launched Responsive Projects – a platform for design discussion. Lucky Brisbanites can catch the first event with Jonathan Barnbrook on 1 November.

  Malawi children's book

This beautifully illustrated children's' book will help save lives in Malawi. Brought to life by French illustrator Malika Favre, it's good design in every sense of the word.

Seven With Another

Australian readers can see what happens when wildly different creatives collaborate at Seven With Another: Sixth Edition, which opens 6 December at Brisbane Powerhouse.

  NYV Project for Public Spaces

NYC's Project for Public Spaces (PPS) is a non-profit dedicated to maximising shared spaces within the community. Kick off your communal caring at Training Day on 1 and 2 November.


Our sister studio Breeder showed off their motion mastery with these stunning opening titles for Analogue/Digital's creative conference.

  Made In The Now poster book

To celebrate an entire year of tees, Made In The Now have produced their very first poster book. 30 A3 posters for $40.00! While stocks last...


1. Kimmi in a Rice Field (Balam Acab Remix) -     Twin Sister

2. Mannish Boy - Muddy Waters

3. (W)here) - Holy Other

4. Beggars - Thrice

5. Mirror Maru - Cashmere Cat

6. Maybe You - Saint Lou Lou

7. The Twist - Chubby Checker

8. Watching Over You - Aluna George

9. Her Sins - L'Orange

10. Heartbeat - JJAMZ

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