Month: February 2021

Laura Callaghan illustrates RBG, Angela Davis, Malala and more for Feminist Oracles

Feminist Oracles is published by Laurence King, out today. Each card features a portrait of the women illustrated by Laura Callaghan, an illustrator known for her images of fierce, empowered women drawn in vivid colours

The changing face of ecommerce

When fashion designer Charles Jeffrey looked at taking his Loverboy label online, he approached Yes Studio with an open mind and eager to create a platform that doesn’t hinge on traditional ecommerce concepts. “He really

Top 5 Things To Consider Before Going Freelance

What will I learn? show So, if you’re tempted to jump on the bandwagon and take your chance at going freelance, what do you need to consider before getting started?  Not only will your workload

Dan W Jacobs creates animated music video for Kero Kero Bonito

[embedded content] As the song tells a story set in the past, a traditional, hand-drawn route was decided on, and the key was for it to feel timeless and simple but not kitsch. “Traditional animation

Grace Helmer’s new comic is a wonky journey through space and time

A hugely relatable feeling – especially for any creative with growing success and, in turn, a growing pile of commissions – Grace recently decided to combat it, heading back into her folders of references compiled

Theory11 x James Bond Golden Card Deck

With the delayed James Bond No Time to Die movie that is coming soon enough to our streaming collection. We have been seeing cool imagery and obviously trailers. But nothing like what Russ Gray has

Vimeo series Stories in Place returns, this time backed by Mailchimp and centring on Black filmmakers

In April 2020, Vimeo launched a short film series titled Stories in Place, featuring original films by Staff Picked filmmakers focusing on small businesses navigating the pandemic. Since then, the series has garnered backing from

A decade in logo design: what’s changed?

Creative Insight As Michael Evamy publishes a revised version of his book Logo, he looks back at the big developments in the field over the past decade or so There’s a lot that’s different about

How to Attract Clients and Start Earning as a Freelance Designer

What will I learn? show From social media to creating a website and using online advertising techniques, the possibilities are endless, and they are 100% adjustable to your needs and budget. Creating an online portfolio with