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Rochelle Brock On The Importance Of Being A “size Inclusive Photographer”

The photographer talks to CR about choosing the stories she wants to tell and wh...

October 13, 2021 / Graphic Design

Branding’s Perfect 10 – Less Branding

The arms race we call branding is reaching its logical c...

October 4, 2021 / Graphic Design

How Can Established Brand Owners Get Ahead Of The Curve?

While brand owners, from Unilever to Mars, dominate the...

September 30, 2021 / Graphic Design

Wagamama Introduces Vegamama, An Angry Vegan Monster

Created by Uncommon, this ad to promote Wagamama's new plant-based menu is the s...

October 13, 2021 / Graphic Design
  • A QR Code Renaissance?

    QR codes have received an unexpected resurrection during Covid-19, becoming a vital tool for navigating pandemic life. But will they sink back into the depths when no longer needed? Stink Studios' James Britton hopes not The post A QR Code Renaissance? appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading A QR Code Renaissance?

    December 7 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Ikea’s Latest Furniture Collection Is Made Out Of Gingerbread

    It’s always the outside of the gingerbread house that gets the oohs and ahhs—until now. You can make this year’s gingerbread house move-in ready with this new kit from Ikea. This holiday season, transform your Gingerbread House into a Gingerbread Höme. Create iconic IKEA gingerbread furniture with 6 free downloadable cookie cutters. https://t.co/8qY5CFMb4t #IKEA #IKEACanada #IKEAHoliday pic.twitt... Continue reading Ikea’s Latest Furniture Collection Is Made Out Of Gingerbread

    December 7 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Two Of Architecture’s Biggest Names Just Pulled Out Of An Ambitious Climate Pledge

    In as many days, two of the world’s most well-known architecture firms have shocked the field and removed their names from a pledge aiming to reduce architecture’s contribution to climate change and biodiversity loss. First Foster + Partners and then a day later Zaha Hadid Architects withdrew from Architects Declare, a pledge launched by architects in the U.K. in 2019 that commits to reducing the... Continue reading Two Of Architecture’s Biggest Names Just Pulled Out Of An Ambitious Climate Pledge

    December 7 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Why The Most Popular Toys Of The Year Poop

    Last month, my four-year-old visited with Santa Claus on Zoom, where she told him what she wanted for Christmas. “There’s this toy dog,” Ella said. “He comes with a leash, so you can pretend to take him on a walk.” So far so good. “The amazing thing about the dog is that he poops. He poops so much. You can pick up the poop in a scooper and put it in a little pouch.” Santa nodded seriously. It clea... Continue reading Why The Most Popular Toys Of The Year Poop

    December 7 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • These Identical Twins Built A Design Shop That Rejects Systemic Racism

    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 Built A Design Shop That Rejects Systemic Racism

    December 4 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • 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