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20 of the best rebrands that got it right

2017-11-14T12:00:39+00:00

When a company announces a rebrand, the design world sits in eager anticipation. Why? Because we know a rebrand isn’t simply a shiny new logo. It involves a strategic overhaul that can completely transform public perception. For better or worse! Change can be surprising and divisive—especially if it’s a brand you already know and love. [...]

20 of the best rebrands that got it right 2017-11-14T12:00:39+00:00

Striking collection of oil paintings by Ingrid V. Wells responds to issues surrounding women’s rights

2017-11-14T12:00:32+00:00

With allegations of sexual abuse hanging heavy over Hollywood, artist Ingrid V. Wells believes now is the time for artists to stand up and take action. In a bold and affecting new series of works, the San Francisco-based painter directly responds to what she describes as, the "sad reality of the feminine spectacle", through an [...]

Striking collection of oil paintings by Ingrid V. Wells responds to issues surrounding women’s rights 2017-11-14T12:00:32+00:00

Graphic designer tackles issue of wide-spread loneliness in moving campaign

2017-11-14T12:00:27+00:00

Toronto-based graphic designer Marissa Korda has launched a poignant series that deals directly with the problem of mass loneliness. Simply entitled The Loneliness Project, Korda highlights the touching stories of people that currently feel, or have felt, that they are alone. She explains: "We live in a world where everybody, at least online, has thousands [...]

Graphic designer tackles issue of wide-spread loneliness in moving campaign 2017-11-14T12:00:27+00:00

Show Me Your Fridge: Sandra Junker’s photographic document of fridges and their owners

2017-11-13T12:01:05+00:00

What people have in their refrigerators can reveal a lot about their lives. Whether they're too busy to cook. Or if cooking is a serious pastime. If they're vegetarian or vegan, perhaps. If like me, you're always curious to know what's in someone else's fridge, then this ongoing project by designer Sandra Junker will spark [...]

Show Me Your Fridge: Sandra Junker’s photographic document of fridges and their owners 2017-11-13T12:01:05+00:00

New crowdfunding publisher Volume launches with a brand new book by Anthony Burrill

2017-11-13T12:00:59+00:00

Volume is a new crowdfunding platform designed to offer an alternative publishing model for creating, financing, producing and selling high-quality illustrated and printed books. And it launches today with Look & See, a new publication by graphic artist Anthony Burrill, featuring Bodoniana binding and a cover silkscreened in three colours. Through Volume, Burrill will offer [...]

New crowdfunding publisher Volume launches with a brand new book by Anthony Burrill 2017-11-13T12:00:59+00:00

The Life of Julie Cope by Grayson Perry to be exhibited at Firstsite Gallery

2017-11-13T12:00:55+00:00

This month, Firstsite, Colchester, will open its latest exhibition – The Life of Julie Cope – showcasing works by Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry. It will feature four large-scale tapestries, as well as material related to A House for Essex (2015), the building designed by Perry in collaboration with Charles Holland of FAT Architecture. An [...]

The Life of Julie Cope by Grayson Perry to be exhibited at Firstsite Gallery 2017-11-13T12:00:55+00:00

A visual encyclopedia of 100 of the world’s most inspiring women by Sif Nørskov

2017-11-13T12:00:52+00:00

Danish artist Sif Nørskov has launched a special project on Kickstarter to celebrate 100 of the world's most influential and inspiring women today. Entitled Knowsy Women, it's a proposed visual encyclopedia featuring women from the fields of science, engineering and maths to arts, sports, and adventure. The series is available in a box as A6 [...]

A visual encyclopedia of 100 of the world’s most inspiring women by Sif Nørskov 2017-11-13T12:00:52+00:00

Blood, Sweat, and Beers: Portraits of the Tar Barrel Rollers of Devon by Leon Foggitt

2017-11-13T12:00:47+00:00

"I grew up in a small town in Devon which has a tradition every 5th of November called Tar Barrels," says Leon Foggitt, a London-based editorial and commercial photographer. "It's very hard to explain to people, it really has to be experienced to be believed." This is the explanation behind his latest series, Blood, Sweat, [...]

Blood, Sweat, and Beers: Portraits of the Tar Barrel Rollers of Devon by Leon Foggitt 2017-11-13T12:00:47+00:00