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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
  • 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
  • The American Dream Retold Through Mid-century Railroad Graphics

    New book Logomotive: Railroad Graphics and the American Dream traces the history of advertising and design across the US railway network through archival photographs and ephemera collected during the 60s and 70s The post The American Dream retold through mid-century railroad graphics appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading The American Dream Retold Through Mid-century Railroad Graphics

    December 3 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • May Safwat Tackles Privacy With Life-size Model Of Edward Snowden’s Head

    The artist has created a 3D model of the famous whistleblower that also prevents smart home devices from listening in to our conversations The post May Safwat tackles privacy with life-size model of Edward Snowden’s head appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading May Safwat Tackles Privacy With Life-size Model Of Edward Snowden’s Head

    December 3 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Spotify’s 2020 Wrapped Campaign Thanks The Artists Who Kept Us Going

    With its annual campaign, Spotify recognises and celebrates the stories from the artists, creators and listeners who helped us make it through this year The post Spotify’s 2020 Wrapped campaign thanks the artists who kept us going appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Spotify’s 2020 Wrapped Campaign Thanks The Artists Who Kept Us Going

    December 3 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • The Most Gorgeous Face Mask Of The Year Celebrates African Design

    Millimeters-thick sheets of delicately etched bronze. Pleated, laser-cut coral collars. This isn’t haute couture, though it could be. These are face masks. Nigeria-based architectural designer Tosin Oshinowo and U.K.-based textile designer Chrissa Amuah have created three gorgeous face masks, called Freedom to Move, commissioned by Lexus, which is an official automotive partner of the annual Desig... Continue reading The Most Gorgeous Face Mask Of The Year Celebrates African Design

    December 3 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • How Concerts Went Virtual For Covid-19

    We speak to Kate Moross and Rob Sinclair about bringing the concert experience into people’s homes for Kylie Minogue’s recent Infinite Disco show, and how everything from streams to video games are changing our perceptions of what live music can look like The post How concerts went virtual for Covid-19 appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading How Concerts Went Virtual For Covid-19

    December 3 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk