Month: October 2021

That Painful Necessity of Thought

Following my new passion of posting about things that show light refraction or holographic type of effects. For this one I bring this old but quite beautiful graphic design project created by the amazingly talented

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Uefa reveals its Euro 2024 brand identity designed by VMLY&R

Pombinho refers to the brand identity as “an invitation.” In this sense, he wants “everyone to feel included and represented, to realise that Uefa Eero 2024 is inviting them, every one of them.” Uefa president

LGBTQIA+ platform Serif launches with a morphing, inky identity

“The Serif brand identity is human, artful and energetic, fuelled by movement and connection,” says Pentagram, in a case study. “The ‘Serif’ name evokes an added stroke or flourish and the wordmark is infinitely variable,

D&AD welcomes Rebecca Wright as its new president, who plans to focus on learning and education

The last year has proven exceptionally difficult for those entering the creative industry. “In so many ways,” says Wright, “the pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on young people, and a measure of the strength

“A past that embraced slavery and racism”: One designer’s goal to redesign the American flag

Steven puts his racial identity at the forefront of his creative work, despite a wide range of design interests. For example, whilst at Nike, he designed the 2021 Martin Luther King Jr. and Black History

New show at the Design Museum celebrates the life and work of Terence Conran

The Conran Effect is on display now at the Design Museum; designmuseum.org “For the design revolution in the UK to be kickstarted by a retail store was not what we were expecting, but the impact

Photographer Tom Wood on 50 years of Irish Work

Creative Insight His new book, plainly titled Irish Work, brings together almost 50 years of images made in his home country, between 1972 and 2019. The book is varied and unconstrained, but still captures what

How I Got Here: Daniel Liévano

When not working, or hosting workshops, Liévano finds respite in the parks of Bogotá, finding many of his ideas in silence and solitude, or from people-watching. His advice to the world? “Always take a walk.”

What is Color Grading

Digital color correction is different than when you color grade. Correcting color means that you are trying to match it to something or you are taking out imperfections in the color. Color graders change the