Month: August 2021

Animation explains the role that engineering can play in preventing climate change

uosdesign.org The animation, titled Think, Plan, Make Climate Change, aims to highlight the role that engineering has in climate change and act as a call-to-action to both students and beyond. The piece can be viewed

Gradwatch 2021: Animator Naomi Saungsomboon, UCA Farnham

“I’d also love to try working in the production side of filmmaking, rather than being the main creative on a project – I’m definitely looking forward to working with people again and being able to

This collection of “ghost signs” shows how the Chinese written language has changed over the last century

Over the past century, China’s highly complex language norms have changed drastically to coincide with the ease of technology. Uncovered Signs in Shanghai is a microcosm of these changes. The book traces the modern trajectory

3D & Analog Printing for Kapitaal Screen Print Studio

Another part of the New Print was the launch of a sculpture made in collaboration with Coodre which can be found here. The digital and analog world is connected in a circular way; translucent materials

Gradwatch 2021: Designer Clémence Bahout, Loughborough University

Bahout’s interest in wayfinding and type are evident in her City Meadows project – a concept for community gardens that would fill in vacant spaces in Leicester, and help boost declining biodiversity in the city.

Brand Identity for Leaf Coffee Roasters

For more on Tugg Studio via Behance I have been digging into some ‘branding’ projects during the summer. It’s such a change in the pace rather than focusing on crafting core experiences. It definitely brings

Milena Bucholz pays tribute to the biodiversity of Guadaloupe in her nostalgia-infused illustrations

While many of Milena’s works are personal, she also takes on commercial commissions. Recently, she designed the wine label for the Lisbon-based Ladidadi wines, creating a warm yellow and pink label reflecting a sunset. “I

How O Street made guts and gore into a playful rebrand for Thackray Medical Museum

Make visitors squirm with delight. That was O Street’s aim for its rebranding of Thackray Museum of Medicine in Leeds. Previously, the public wasn’t so aware of what delights awaited them behind the museum’s doors,

Eliza Hatch’s latest series focuses on the overlooked harassment routinely faced by key workers

During the pandemic, “when there was a particular focus on key workers and the pressures they were facing,” Eliza Hatch – the founder of Cheer Up Luv, a platform highlighting stories of sexual harassment across