WE ARE YOUR
Looking Glass Press is a leading communication design specialist. Established in 1987, we produce beautiful publications, punchy graphs, clever memes and all manner of thoughtful solutions to help you connect effectively with your audience.
OUR Experience is yoUr best asset
… and attitude is everything when it comes to design projects—from the simplest of flyers to a 400-page report.
Our mission, as your design partner, is to ensure we deliver on time, on budget and exceed your expectations for customer service.
Books and reports
With over 30 years’ experience, we live, eat and breathe document design! We deliver crisp, clean typography and designs that have beautiful balance.
Memes and graphics
Need infographics that pop, clear graphs that communicate and memes you need now, now, now? We are but a phone call away.
Help is at hand
Did your deadline just became ‘impossible’? Or perhaps you don’t know where to start, are confused or overwhelmed. We can help you take control.
designing for all clients—great and small
Our clients include all levels of government (Federal, State and local), boutique businesses, and a growing list of not-for-profit organisations.
Years as in the design business
plus projects in the last 5 years
hour turn around for corrections
Impossible ideas before breakfast
We have designed hundreds of books, flyers, memes and posters over the years and every project is different.
The four categories below represent a small sample of our most recent work. Sometimes we work on stand-alone books, but often is the case that a client also sees a need for a brochure … and also maybe some social media tiles …
From Our Clients
Our clients know what they need and also know us best.
Here is a selection of comments about our work.
I have worked with Sharon on the design of several projects in a variety of formats. She is the best—infinitely creative, responsive and patient; and committed to producing excellent work every time. She listens and she cares. Sharon responds to the brief, comes up with brilliant ideas, then executes the work on time, with attention to detail, and beautifully.
Former Green Institute Director, WELA reference group
Projects—Mulga Bills plus WELA logo and graphics
Excellent customer service, neat designs, typesetting to be envied … and always meet their (my super tight) deadlines.
Australian Department of Health
Projects—various reports and multi-component campaigns
Sharon’s talents are second to none. I have worked with her for close to four years and her work is of an exceptional quality. She never fails to deliver outstanding graphical products to meet a range of our different campaigning needs, from social media graphics, reports, logos, banners and more. Her skills are diverse and her reliability is unsurpassed. Sharon works at the speed of light and never fails to deliver. She is such a delight to work with.
Tipping Point Founder
Projects—various memes, handbooks and flyers
Sharon’s work on my highly ambitious 170pp ‘Art Against Empire’ art-based book met and exceeded my expectations. She was prompt and meticulous in her work and always creative and imaginative in her approach to the project. She ‘got inside’ the project and worked with me to take it to new levels of design. I cannot recommend Sharon highly enough.
Dr Samuel Alexander
Lecturer and research fellow at the University of Melbourne
Projects—Art Against Empire, Compost Capitalism and Carbon Civilisation
SOME OF OUR VALUED CLIENTS
ABOUT OUR FEATURED COLOUR
LGP has adopted Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year—’Living Coral’ as our corporate colour.
Decided each December, the choice for 2019, according to Time Magazine: “…fittingly … speaks to the urgency of respecting and preserving nature and natural resources. Coral reefs are an important part of the global environment, both protecting and nurturing marine ecosystems and helping water filtration and marine life reproduction, among other things. With critical issues with climate change and other environmental threats taking center stage in recent months, this color and its connection to nature feels especially relevant, especially when you consider that some species of coral are listed as ‘threatened’ under the Endangered Species Act.”