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A History Of London As Told By Its Shopfronts

New book London Shopfronts, published by Hoxton Mini Press, offers a photographi...

September 14, 2021 / Graphic Design

French Brand Distance Dares Runners To Break Paris Speed Limit In Ads

Photos from actual speed cameras record the runners as they break Paris' new 30k...

September 13, 2021 / Graphic Design

CALM Launches Bright And Bold Branding In The Fight Against Suicide

The suicide prevention charity has also launched a new ad campaign to coincide w...

September 13, 2021 / Graphic Design

New York Art Show Proves It’s A Dog’s World Now

Stephen Morrison's solo show at the aptly named Invisible Dog gallery in Brookly...

September 15, 2021 / Graphic Design
  • These Identical Twins Have Built A Design Shop That Rejects White Supremacy

    Browsing through Goodee, an online ethical design shop, you’ll find objects from different parts of the world, each telling a different origin story, and yet the pieces fit together seamlessly. There are wicker bicycle baskets made by Ghanaian artisans next to aluminum tables made by a Swedish designer. Even the trendy totes have a story: They’re made by refugees in Italy from fabric created in Bu... Continue reading These Identical Twins Have Built A Design Shop That Rejects White Supremacy

    December 4 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Type Tool Hypha Turns Letters Into Shrooms

    Pentagram’s Jody Hudson-Powell and Luke Powell have designed a digital tool based on mushroom growth simulation algorithms, which lets users ‘grow’ fungi-esque type The post Type tool Hypha turns letters into shrooms appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Type Tool Hypha Turns Letters Into Shrooms

    December 4 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • On The Joy Of Bookshop

    A new online shop is helping support local bookshops at a crucial time; and also providing Daniel Benneworth-Gray with an opportunity to make a list of his favourite design titles The post On the joy of Bookshop appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading On The Joy Of Bookshop

    December 4 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Against All Odds, Fact Magazine Returns To Print

    Despite a turbulent landscape for both music and publishing, the magazine has reprised its print format after 12 years, with longevity in mind. We take a closer look at the first issue and its new visual language The post Against all odds, Fact magazine returns to print appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Against All Odds, Fact Magazine Returns To Print

    December 4 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • New Film Addresses The Affects Of Bereavement On Children

    Luke Brookner directs the film - originally made for Children’s Grief Awareness Week - which is a moving portrayal of the difficult reminders people face after the loss of a loved one The post New film addresses the affects of bereavement on children appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading New Film Addresses The Affects Of Bereavement On Children

    December 4 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Climate Change Is Threatening Your Company’s Building. Insurance Won’t Be Enough To Protect It

    As the impacts of climate change become more extreme and widespread, one of the world’s largest commercial property insurers has a message for building owners: Insurance can’t save you. From businesses located in flood zones to property at risk from wildfire or sea level rise, the physical infrastructure holding up many companies is increasingly vulnerable to extreme weather and events driven by t... Continue reading Climate Change Is Threatening Your Company’s Building. Insurance Won’t Be Enough To Protect It

    December 4 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Brutalism Meets Bling: 8 Stunning Coffee Accessories For Design Snobs

    What happened? Just days ago, it was 2010. We were all sitting in hipster coffee shops. A guy in a flannel with a handlebar mustache poured hot water from a Hario kettle into a Chemex. He waxed on about single origins beans, light roasts, and third wave coffee. Third wave coffee has certainly stuck around. But the aesthetic of our coffee tools, like all trends, is changing. A world once defined by... Continue reading Brutalism Meets Bling: 8 Stunning Coffee Accessories For Design Snobs

    December 4 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • The Ultimate Fashion Statement Of 2020? A Dress That Doubles As A Comforter

    Even before the pandemic, I loved a good nap. But since the lockdowns began, my little siestas have become a survival mechanism. In the midst of long days, full of exhausting Zoom calls, I look forward to a few minutes of shut-eye on my sofa in the afternoon. I’m not alone. One of the most popular fashion trends this year was a dress designed specifically for napping, from a brand called Hill Hous... Continue reading The Ultimate Fashion Statement Of 2020? A Dress That Doubles As A Comforter

    December 3 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Where Topshop Went Wrong

    The British fashion group Arcadia has fallen into administration (which is similar to filing for bankruptcy in the U.S.), putting 13,000 jobs at risk. Arcadia’s market share slumped from around 4.5% in 2015 to 2.7% in 2020. The group’s extensive portfolio of stores, which includes British staples like Dorothy Perkins, Burton, and Miss Selfridge, has long felt outdated. Arcadia’s prominence has wan... Continue reading Where Topshop Went Wrong

    December 3 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Everyone Thinks COVID-19 Destroyed The Office. But That’s Not The Whole Story

    The office has been a major casualty of the pandemic, with many companies operating remotely and employees working from home. Demand for office space has plummeted since March, with companies big and small pushing back their return to the office, sometimes indefinitely. But according to a new index tracking office demand in seven major U.S. markets, while offices seem to be down, they’re not compl... Continue reading Everyone Thinks COVID-19 Destroyed The Office. But That’s Not The Whole Story

    December 3 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com