Month: February 2022

The Black Elevation Map is a data visualisation project that elevates Black cultural data

The incredible project allows users to search thousands of places of interest via The Black Elevation Map site. Featuring 12 curated city guides and 10 national guides, the platform also spotlights categories such as Black-owned

Using minimal palettes and compositions, Didier Viodé’s artworks evoke a sense of calm

Self Portrait 1, meanwhile, represents a moment of realisation for the artist. Crafted in 2021, the piece depicts a subject from the back; the person is painted in front of a stark white backdrop wearing

Dance Policy is a photography archive and zine instigating “a gentler revolution in music journalism”

Zak is also keen to impress that, without the help of fellow creatives, Dance Policy would never have become what it is today. Having no formal training in Photoshop or InDesign, Zak has relied on

How CALM moved away from mental health’s ‘sad lad’ image

Gunning has led the charity for the last five years, joining CALM after stints in media, the music industry, TV and advertising, including working as marketing director at the BBC. He’s seen creative work made

Family and folklore inform Silvana Trevale’s celebratory fashion images

As a teenager, Trevale was given her first new camera by her mother, and she subsequently took it everywhere, her schoolfriends populating her early experiments with the medium. When she began shooting, it was the

Golda — Branding and Visual Identity

For more information make sure to check out Yaroslav on: Yaroslav Cherkunov shared a stylish branding and visual identity project for “golda” , an innovative marketing consulting agency. With more than 20 years of experience

5 Ways to Develop a Strong Brand Identity that Stands Out

What will I learn? show A strong brand identity is a vital component of your marketing efforts. Alternatively, think how out of place a logo for a boxing gym looks on a children’s clothing store.

The future of remote collaboration

In the past, Art&Graft has shared annotated ‘sketch-overs’ – screenshots with rough correction scribbles over them – and then logged client feedback in a shared Google Doc. Currently in beta, Dropbox’s Replay tool enables video

Swisschain animated NFT posters

For more information make sure to check out Keith Fleck on: Keith Fleck originally created all the geometric shapes and layouts first, then started to picture a few animations in his head. So Keith jumped