Month: June 2021

Lance Wyman’s US Bicentennial lettering is now a typeface

“Each letter is designed on a grid and uses OpenType to snap into place, creating an even bolder optical illusion,” explains Banks. “We sent files back and forth, constantly tweaking letters here and there as

Eve De Haan’s neon artworks share snippets of stories for viewers to finish

Eve takes inspiration from her everyday experiences and she describes her practice as consolidating her thoughts and putting them out into the world. It’s through this avenue that she shares personal narratives, telling us that

Understanding a place or idea: Assemble co-founder Maria Lisogorskaya on how storytelling shapes its work

With community at the heart of the collective’s work, Assemble takes into consideration history, function and aestheticism in the design process. As is key to this week’s theme, this is where storytelling comes in. For

Jump on 25 years of making motion graphics

Creative Insight We recommend activating Javascript in your browser. Since 1996, Jump has created title sequences, credits, and visual identities for a plethora of broadcasters, agencies, and sports governing bodies. Throughout the 90s and 00s,

Skittles is recolouring historic LGBTQ+ images for Pride

The recolouring of the images follows similar initiatives with historical materials, such as director Peter Jackson’s renowned film They Shall Not Grow Old, which gave colour to black-and-white footage of soldiers in World War 1.

Why creative businesses should stick together

Find out more at And just as there are key parts of the creative process that can benefit from the whole team being in the same room together, there are many benefits of likeminded businesses

Cannes Lions 2021 Grand Prix winners in full

To encourage reluctant consumers to trust in electric cars, Renault turned a small village in France entirely electric to prove how well they work. MEDIA LIONS Village Electrique, Renault, Agency: Publicis Conseil, Paris [embedded content]

The National Gallery of Canada’s rebrand marks a step towards decolonisation

The most obvious change is in the logo, which has transformed from a square to a shape-shifting circle that animates through various iterations. It has become what Centeno Milton describes as “a permeable circle, inviting

Jobs of the week from Dice, Show Media and Regular Practice!

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