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Loulou’s minimalist and calming illustrations that experiment with traditional mediums

2018-08-07T12:06:02+00:00August 7th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Loulou is a London-based image maker who enjoys experimenting with colour, shape and space. She recently graduated with a First Class Honours in Illustration and Visual Communication at the University of Westminster and presented her work at this year's D&AD New Blood, which is where we discovered her. "I draw upon the themes of minimalism [...]

Neither Here, Nor There explores issues around women’s rights, social justice and dual heritage

2018-08-07T12:05:20+00:00August 7th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Neither Here, Nor There is a new group exhibition at Vauxhall’s social justice and human rights centre, The Foundry, featuring works by a roster of international and British BME women artists that explore their dual heritage and feelings of displacement. The group exhibition brings together eighteen artists from diverse backgrounds to also explore issues around [...]

Blok’s inspiring identity for 48North, a bold company that’s rethinking cannabis in Canada

2018-08-07T12:04:44+00:00August 7th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Toronto design studio, Blok, has created an identity for 48North, a bold female-led company that's rethinking the landscape of cannabis in Canada. Its communication platform, Latitude, was created with the intent to celebrate the stories of women who use the plant for health and wellness by bringing to life the deeply personal experiences that reflect [...]

Dave Jordano’s images of Detroit at night show the determination of a post-Industrial city

2018-08-06T12:04:58+00:00August 6th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

In his series, A Detroit Nocture, critically-acclaimed photographer Dave Jordano focuses on the buildings, shopfronts and structures of Detroit at night. Unlike his previous work, Detroit: Unbroken Down, where he documents the lives of the post-industrial city's struggling residents, this collection focuses on the places where they live and work. These nocturnal images aim to [...]

Ragged Edge creates an adventurous identity for a boutique hotel, founded on a bespoke typeface

2018-08-06T12:04:10+00:00August 6th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Ragged Edge has created an identity for Assembly, a new boutique hotel brand in London that doesn't want its guests to spend time in its establishment but instead wants them to "get out and experience the city". "Young travellers don’t come to the West End to hang out in a hotel room,” says Max Ottignon, [...]

Revealing photographs by Dafydd Jones show a secret party world of the upper classes

2018-08-03T12:05:13+00:00August 3rd, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

After winning a prize in a photography competition run by The Sunday Times magazine in 1981 with a set of pictures of the ‘Bright Young Things’, British photographer Dafydd Jones was hired by, bible of the upper crust, Tatler magazine to photograph the Hunt Balls, society weddings and debutante dances of the British upper class [...]

Artist Alex Chinneck unzips the walls of an empty office building for latest artwork

2018-08-03T12:04:48+00:00August 3rd, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

British artist Alex Chinneck has returned with a new outdoor artwork in Ashford, Kent. Entitled Open to the Public, it appeared overnight with Chinneck secretly transforming an unused building into a surreal sculpture. His installation creates the illusion that the walls of a 1960s office building have been unzipped to reveal its interior. In doing [...]

Don’t Work For Assholes: Posterzine celebrates the work of Erik Spiekermann

2018-08-02T12:05:49+00:00August 2nd, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

For an extremely special 35th issue of Posterzine, the poster-meets-magazine publication brought to you by People of Print, it's showcasing the work of the acclaimed designer, writer and typographer, Erik Spiekermann. Proceeds for the "Don't Work For Assholes" edition will go to the much-loved magazine Grafik, in the hope that it will be able to [...]