Graphic Design News

  • Today Posted: March 9 2021 @ 5:02 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    Team Tumult’s Animation Tackles Loneliness And Our Reliance On Technology

    Inspired by the studio’s own interactions with digital communication, the animated short shows what can happen when it becomes all consuming The post Team Tumult’s animation tackles loneliness and our reliance on technology appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Today Posted: March 9 2021 @ 5:00 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    How I Got Here: Zak Kyes

    Graphic designer and creative director Zak Kyes has brought ideas to life for publications, cultural institutions, and modern day visionaries like Frank Ocean and Virgil Abloh. He talks to us about his journey The post How I Got Here: Zak Kyes appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Today Posted: March 9 2021 @ 4:58 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    Norwegian Bakery Rolfsen Launches With A Crisp Look

    The family-owned startup enlisted branding design studio A Line to create an identity that gives the bakery’s Norwegian roots a contemporary feel The post Norwegian bakery Rolfsen launches with a crisp look appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Today Posted: March 9 2021 @ 4:57 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    The Golden Age Of Webcomics

    Dwindling attention spans and a hunger for immediate punchlines mean webcomics are flourishing – and they have plenty to teach us about what the internet finds funny. We talk to artists Alex Norris, Sarah Andersen and Reza Farazmand to find out more The post The golden age of webcomics appeared firs... Read more

  • Posted: March 8 2021 @ 9:31 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    Have Brands Given Up On International Women’s Day?

    Only a couple of years ago, IWD was seen as a prime marketing opportunity for brands to pledge their allegiance to womenkind. Yet this year we’ve seen barely any big campaigns – why? The post Have brands given up on International Women’s Day? appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: March 8 2021 @ 7:10 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    Burger King Incites Rage For Tweeting ‘Women Belong In The Kitchen’ On International Women’s Day

    To celebrate International Women’s Day, Burger King decided to flame-grill its brand image with a tweet from its UK account. Women belong in the kitchen. — Burger King (@BurgerKingUK) March 8, 2021 Posted as a three-tweet thread, it subsequently explains that the brand is launching a scholarship p... Read more

  • Posted: March 8 2021 @ 4:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    Malala Yousafzai Launches Her Own Production Studio: ‘Entertainment Can Help Us See What Society Should Look Like’

    At 23, Malala Yousafzai already has a lifetime’s worth of accomplishments: She’s a world-renowned activist for girls’ education, has written several best-selling books, won the Nobel Prize, and launched her own foundation. But she’s also a newly minted graduate of Oxford University, trying to chart... Read more

  • Posted: March 8 2021 @ 4:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    Black History Month Branding Was Good. Now Companies Need To Do It For The Whole Year

    If you spent any time on the internet during the month of February, you probably noticed that major companies recognized Black History Month with graphic treatments on their websites and platforms, spotlights on Black makers, and limited-edition launches. YouTube had a new Black History Month-themed... Read more

  • Posted: March 8 2021 @ 3:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    How Black Activists Used Creative Mapping To Expose Racism

    How can maps fight racism and inequality? The work of the Black Panther Party, a 1960s- and 1970s-era Black political group featured in a new movie and a documentary, helps illustrate how cartography—the practice of making and using maps—can illuminate injustice. As these films show, the Black Panth... Read more

  • Posted: March 8 2021 @ 2:38 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    Marketing For Laughs

    With TV comedy experiencing a boom time, channels are in stiff competition to attract viewers. Emily Gosling talks to creatives and marketers from across broadcasting and streaming to find out how they draw in the audiences The post Marketing for laughs appeared first on Creative Review. Read more