Month: July 2021

Graphic Design Inspiration: Espectros

The mockups are from: Pixelbuddha, Designalot, Freepik and NidiaDias. And please remember to check out some of his designs at Teepublic. Silvino González Morales shared a quite beautiful post on graphic design featuring a set of abstract illustrations

The Communitea Shop returns with its second print fundraiser for the London Chinese Community Centre

Holly St Clair has contributed Protect Asian Elders! which looks at how elders are “being disproportionately targeted in racist attacks.” Their piece is designed to “act as a talisman of protection and a loving celebration

ThisAbility launches a new Disability Fund to help support disabled creatives

The fund is also designed for disabled creatives and those who are “BIPOC, minoritised and/or at the intersection of multiple systems of oppression,” states the release. “So when we say Indigenous, we don’t mean the

Every month for three years, Helsinki-club Post Bar has commissioned a poster from local designers to big industry names

When commissioning a designer, there are no strict rules or guidelines. The only constraints are the size and colour palette, otherwise, the artist is given free rein. “We want to commission mostly local artists from

Animator Sim Marriott on making it work off grid

Faced with the lifestyle changes wrought by the global pandemic, people far and wide have reckoned with their work/life balance and sought a change of scenery as our homes have transformed into our offices. For

Oscar Hudson directs energetic new spot for Apple Watch

Creative Inspiration Making use of the director’s trademark camera trickery, it flits between increasingly challenging activities ranging from mountain hiking to taekwondo in quick succession, before reminding us that sometimes the best form of activity

New York hosts a wild foam party in Method’s new ad

Creative Inspiration The advert starts innocently enough, depicting just another day in the Big Apple as it faces a forecast of record-breaking temperatures, and crowds of irate New Yorkers. Things rapidly get weird, however, when

How rap music took over advertising

Creative Insight [embedded content] Across the pond, the popularity of rap, hip-hop and grime in the UK has soared in recent years, thanks in part to homegrown stars such as Little Simz, Stormzy and Dave.

Patagonia Action Works connects creatives with organisations to take action against vital issues

Nathalie now feels happy with the type of work she does every day. “We’re all about being a decentralised network that truly values everyone’s identities and voices no matter our job title,” she says. “Because