Month: August 2021

Something’s fishy… maybe it’s Jean Jullien’s marine-inspired surfboards

Jullien has also designed some tiny – yet very cool indeed – surfer dudes which have been embroidered upon sweatshirts and a T-shirt, which come in soothing ocean tones of deep blue, khaki and black.

Jobs of the week from Mother Design, The Conran Shop and Spin!

Built by creatives, for creatives, it’s a quick and easy way to browse hundreds of opportunities across the industry. Whether you’re taking your first step or making your next move, from big agencies to boutique

Wieden+Kennedy creates classic yet contemporary identity for Huis Marseille, Museum for Photography

Faced with the challenge of deciding whether to opt for a traditional style to complement Amsterdam’s 17th Century architecture, or herald a contemporary minimalistic design age, Wieden+Kennedy chose to take elements from both and forge

The beauty of ‘ugly’ portraits

Creative Process Not long after receiving the portrait – where creatures from a nether universe appear to have taken the place of me and my dog – I interviewed Stevenson, who confided that a friend

Leeds City Council launches bold rebrand of youth platform Breeze

Creative Inspiration Kiss Branding created a contemporary campaign featuring bright and bold typography and illustration, created in-house. “We landed on the concept of ‘Freedom’s a Breeze’ as a core brand idea,” says Poonam Saini, creative

Gradwatch 2021: Designer Louise Julien, Glasgow School of Art

Going forward, Julien hopes to do more animation and video work and is looking at how to incorporate that into her practice more. Personal projects are also another focus, especially as the feedback she has

Rich-Joseph Facun documents the lives of a small community in Appalachia, a place he now calls home

There are so many stories to be unearthed throughout Rich-Joseph’s Black Diamonds, having met a range of inspiring people in the process of shooting, like Gary, an “avid outdoorsman”, carpenter, skateboarder and the closest friend


#WeThe15 is fighting for inclusivity for the 15% of the world with disabilities

#WeThe15 is released in the run up to the Toyko Paralympic Games, which open on August 24, and the film will be played at both the opening and closing ceremonies. It follows Channel 4’s ongoing

Mozaika explores a spectacular archive of Lithuanian children’s book illustration, and its cultural significance

“Looking at those illustrations,” adds Miglė, “I feel those artists didn’t pander to adults nor kids. Their aims weren’t for the illustrations to be formalist or vainly decorative. Children were treated as clever individuals who