Why Do We Still Love Stop Motion?
Posted: September 16 2020 @ 3:06 AM | From: www.creativereview.co.uk | Author: Emma Tucker
Stop motion’s popularity has barely wavered in the century or so since it first appeared. But what makes it such a big hit with creatives and clients, and what does the future hold?
Posted: September 18 2020 @ 6:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com
It’s easy to think of a library as a dusty repository of the past. But new signage at the National Library of Luxembourg (BnL) is a beautiful reminder that libraries—from the books in the stacks to the events they have on site—are always changing. [Image: courtesy Pentagram]Pentagram partner Sascha... Read more
Posted: September 18 2020 @ 4:58 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk
Tributes to the design legend Terence Conran, who died on September 12, have poured in this week from those he influenced and supported. Here, Clive Grinyer, head of design at the RCA, looks back at his impact on British design and culture The post Remembering Terence Conran appeared first on Creati... Read more
Posted: September 18 2020 @ 4:35 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk
Japan House London’s latest exhibition is a showcase of doggie-friendly architecture, featuring kennels and beds created by some of the biggest names in design The post It’s architecture … but for dogs appeared first on Creative Review. Read more
Posted: September 18 2020 @ 4:23 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk
In the latest edition of the Exposure column, art director Gem Fletcher profiles Lindley Warren Mickunas, whose photography speaks to the chaotic, awkward and even occasionally claustrophobic nature of the maternal bond The post Exposure: Lindley Warren Mickunas appeared first on Creative Review. Read more
Posted: September 18 2020 @ 4:21 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk
Surf brand Mami Wata is hoping to shake off tired surfing stereotypes by shining a light on the sport’s cultural relevance in countries across Africa The post A new photo book is documenting African surf culture appeared first on Creative Review. Read more