Month: October 2021

The Design Museum details our age of waste and showcases what design can do help

In 2018, it was reported that without urgent action, global waste would increase by 70 per cent by 2050 if current levels remained, meaning we would generate 3.40 billion tonnes of waste annually. Can design

The new world of work: We survey the opinions of 185 job hunters and present the latest exciting opportunities

Searching for a new job can be a challenging and stressful process. Although there are constantly new roles for new applicants, the practicalities of appraising an advert, navigating diverse application processes, and waiting for responses

magCulture celebrates indie mags in live London event

It’s been a tough period for magazines during the pandemic, but magCulture has flown the flag for independent titles throughout via Instagram interviews with mag creators, blog posts and promotional events in its London store,

Facebook debuts a fresh look for its app

It’s been been a rocky few months for Facebook. Earlier in October, a former employee turned whistleblower, Frances Haugen, leaked a series of damning internal documents and testified about the company before Congress. In addition,

Marvin Kim on exhibitions, identities, plus founding his studio and publishing house Spine Press

While tackling a brief, project or publication idea, Marvin likes to combine the subjective and the objective as much as he possibly can. So much so that he describes his process as “making bones and

Mother Design updates Park Lane New York’s identity to shrug off the traditional luxury of “Billionaire’s Row”

Mother’s design team wanted the new visual identity to pay homage to the hotel, so it made use of the cartouche – an oval with a line at one end tangent to the oval, indicating

Best Tablet for Graphic Design

One of the best brands overall for drawing tablets is the Wacom brand. Wacom specializes in tablets and tablet accessories. They provide a large range of products from items for professionals to beginners. In the

Beano: 80 years of rebel creativity

Creative Insight We recommend activating Javascript in your browser. Holden, it turns out, wasn’t the only one that had been working away, unwittingly, against the quiet background noise of the Beano. Artists he rang up

The Brief, Enigmatic Career of Sylvia Abernathy

Sylvia Abernathy’s design for Chicago’s Wall of Respect. | Photo from the Smithsonian Archives of American Art, Jeff Donaldson papers, 1918-2005, bulk 1960s-2005 Creator A certain light-handedness echoed across Abernathy’s body of work, from her