Totem Visual is the design studio of Jordan Dolheguy, and is based in Melbourne, Australia.
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EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

2014 – Present: Creative at Dust
2013 – 2014: Freelance Designer at Famous VS
2013 – 2014: Freelance Designer at Never Now
2013: Freelance Designer at Duo Duo
2012 – 2013: Freelance Designer at U-P (formerly Cöop)
2012 – 2013: Freelance Designer at Marilyn & Sons
2012: Freelance Designer at Right Angle Studios
2008 – 2011: Designer at Famous VS


SELECTED PRESS

2013
Pitch Zine
Interview feature with online publication

Library Paper
Comissioned artwork and article for UK art/design publication

Desktop Magazine
‘Totem Visual vs Confetti Studio’, interview exchange with Confetti Studio

2012
Linefeed
‘Tomorrows Aesthetics Today’, article by Michael Bodjkowski

Desktop Magazine
‘Flash Forward’, article and artwork submission as Totem


INITIATIVES

Chapter House Lane
Former board member of non-for-profit art space in the Melbourne CBD,
alongside Louise Klerks and Amy Rudder


EXHIBITIONS

2014
Product Placement
Seventh Gallery, Fitzroy

2013
Higher Arc Issue 3 Launch
Murray White Room, Melbourne

2012
Code
Odessa Creative Space, Fitzroy

Higher Arc Issue 2 Launch
Murray White Room, Melbourne

2011
Swap Meet
Seventh Gallery, Fitzroy

2010
Family Ties
Tinning Street Gallery, Brunswick

2009
A Thousand Shipwrecks
No Vacancy Gallery, CBD


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Jordan Dolheguy. © 2014

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Art direction and design for Higher Arc Magazine #4, in collaboration with Luke Brown, and edited by Mieke Chew and Will Heyward.
Higher Arc illuminates local talent through a wider contextual framework of international discourse, rethinking creative sectors and creating a space where the dialogue between art, literature, design, music and film can be explored.





Sleeves, label templates and branding for NYC experimental electronic record label, In Context Music (ICM).
Each release on ICM is pressed and cut by hand, in real-time, using a lathe cutter on translucent vinyl, and limited to 25 per run.
The record is then hand-signed by the artist, with releases from Shelly Burgon, Che Chen, and Brian Chase (Yeah Yeah Yeahs).






Art direction and design for Higher Arc Magazine #3, in collaboration with Luke Brown.







Pareidolia prints and yardages for the second collection from PER—TIM: 'United'.
PER—TIM is the result of an ongoing project between Bernadette Francis and Laura Albee Barton; a design conscious loungewear and bedding label produced in Melbourne, Australia.
The title is a reference to the two proteins which regulate sleeping patterns and circadian rhythms in most living organisms.
Photo credit: Anna Mackenzie





Publication documenting Asialink Arts involvement and participation in the Fukutake House Asia Art Platform, as part of the Setouchi Triennale, Japan.

2013 marks the second incarnation of the Setouchi Triennale, an international arts festival that uses art for social change. The Setouchi islands are losing their unique characteristics due to declining economies and an ageing population. The Triennale aims to encourage a new generation of visitation to the islands.





Branding and yardage prints for the first collection from PER—TIM, 'Club Bed'.
Photo credit: Hunter Ryan for Catalogue Magazine








EP cover and merch flag for electronic producer, P.C.P.
Collaboration with Luke Brown.


12" single release for dub-teased punk duo from Melbourne, Australia, Home Travel.
Features Johann Rashid (Eastlink, Promise Land) and Will Farrier (Absolute Boys, You Beauty).
Released on M Division Records.





Art direction and design for Higher Arc Magazine #2, in collaboration with Luke Brown.