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Photographer Tommaso Protti Captures The Many Sides Of The Amazon

The photographer was given the Carmignac Photojournalism Award to raise attentio...

June 18, 2021 / Graphic Design

The Early Years Of Factory Records Celebrated In A New Museum Show

An exhibition at Manchester's Science and Industry Museum celebrates the early y...

June 18, 2021 / Graphic Design

COVID-19 Devastated Healthcare Workers. Here’s How To Make Sure That Doesn’t Happen Again

Being asked to go to work when nearly everyone else was told to stay home. Seein...

June 17, 2021 / Graphic Design

The Hot New Amenity At Google And Other Tech Companies? Tents

Shelter Co., technically, is a company that rents tents. But over the past year,...

June 17, 2021 / Graphic Design
  • You See Salad But Think Fries: Why This New Lettuce Branding Looks Like Fast Food

    Do you want a side salad with that? Plenty, an indoor vertical farming company, has a new visual brand that uses the psychology of fast food to get you to eat your greens. [Image: courtesy &Walsh]The identity, by design agency &Walsh, is a branding trojan horse that dresses up blasé leafy greens in a fun new package. It deftly uses color psychology to splash the packaging with ketchupy red... Continue reading You See Salad But Think Fries: Why This New Lettuce Branding Looks Like Fast Food

    January 21 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • &Walsh Brightens Up Vertical Farming Company Plenty

    As part of the rebrand, &Walsh did away with typical green cues in favour of a more approachable look and feel, including a custom typeface inspired by leaves The post &Walsh brightens up vertical farming company Plenty appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading &Walsh Brightens Up Vertical Farming Company Plenty

    January 21 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • How Crucial Is Luck In Making Great Work?

    Lucky Generals founding partner Andy Nairn talks to us about why brands and organisations should embrace strategies to encourage a stroke of luck – and also recognise the positives in bad fortune The post How crucial is luck in making great work? appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading How Crucial Is Luck In Making Great Work?

    January 21 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Grocery Stores Were Already In Flux. The Pandemic Could Change Them Forever

    In the modern world, few places are as linked to our survival as the grocery store. As the main source of most people’s food, it is the definition of an essential service—and one that’s become even more important during the pandemic. The increased reliance on grocery stores has coincided with emerging trends in retail that are physically changing the way grocery shopping happens. Architecturally,... Continue reading Grocery Stores Were Already In Flux. The Pandemic Could Change Them Forever

    January 21 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • How Trump Gave Rise To The Aesthetics Of Hate

    He was the reality show president. The fluorescent orange president. The president with a comb-over coif that could neither be classified as hair nor as a toupee. But ultimately, Donald J. Trump the caricature laid the foundation for a brand that emboldened and radicalized the right. Built atop the American flag, supported by stolen work, and intermixed with homegrown memes, Trump’s impact on poli... Continue reading How Trump Gave Rise To The Aesthetics Of Hate

    January 21 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • New Guardian Ad Celebrates Kamala Harris Win

    The latest ad in the newspaper's Hope is Power campaign focuses on how quickly dramatic change is possible, by highlighting the significance of Harris' rise to Vice President The post New Guardian ad celebrates Kamala Harris win appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading New Guardian Ad Celebrates Kamala Harris Win

    January 20 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Decoding The Fashion At Biden’s Inauguration

    Today, as Kamala Harris was inaugurated as the country’s first female, Black, and South Asian Vice President, she used her global platform to highlight emerging Black designers. Fashion may seem like a frivolous concern at this critical juncture in American history, but clothes have important symbolic power, a fact not lost those who attended today’s inauguration. Many attendees used their fashion... Continue reading Decoding The Fashion At Biden’s Inauguration

    January 20 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Jack Forrest’s Daily Poster Project Puts An Emphasis On Bold Typography

    Having just graduated, the designer experiments with different styles and imagery in his posters to challenge himself and connect with the design community The post Jack Forrest’s daily poster project puts an emphasis on bold typography appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Jack Forrest’s Daily Poster Project Puts An Emphasis On Bold Typography

    January 20 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • A New Book Is Documenting Virgil Abloh’s Partnership With Nike

    Published by Taschen, Icons charts the designer’s collaboration with the sportswear giant and the sneaker culture from which it emerged The post A new book is documenting Virgil Abloh’s partnership with Nike appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading A New Book Is Documenting Virgil Abloh’s Partnership With Nike

    January 20 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Making The Serpent

    Director Tom Shankland discusses the challenges of transporting viewers back in time to the 1970s South East Asia hippie trail, in his chilling new BBC adaption of conman and serial killer Charles Sobhraj’s crimes The post Making The Serpent appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Making The Serpent

    January 20 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk