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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

Ikea Norway Introduces The Trash Collection

Ikea's latest sustainability push sees the brand repurpose furniture that has be...

June 16, 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
  • 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. Seeing people healthy one day and clinging to life the next. Holding patients’ hands. Calling their family members. Stripping off our clothes before walking into the house and collapsing after another 12-hour shift. Wondering if there would still be a ventilator available for us? So much uncertainty. So much death. Most fro... Continue reading COVID-19 Devastated Healthcare Workers. Here’s How To Make Sure That Doesn’t Happen Again

    June 17 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • This Magical Portal Connects People Across Two Cities

    The past 18 months have been isolating. Many of us haven’t seen friends or family. We haven’t traveled. And now, even as much of the United States is opening back up, visiting certain foreign countries is still not an option. But what if you could visit somewhere without flying? What if you could meet someone face-to-face, without ever leaving your home town? That’s the idea behind Portal. It’s a... Continue reading This Magical Portal Connects People Across Two Cities

    June 17 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • These Icons Create A Universal Language For Healthcare, From Blood Type To Sex Work

    COVID-19 exposed a huge communication gap in the United States and beyond, as officials struggled to convey important public health messages to the masses. In New York, signs explaining social distancing measures proliferated in Spanish, English, and Mandarin. Later, TV and radio ads were broadcast in different languages. The communication problem was compounded by the fact that city and state gov... Continue reading These Icons Create A Universal Language For Healthcare, From Blood Type To Sex Work

    June 17 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • 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, the California-based events company has pivoted from outfitting wedding venues, and is now creating outdoor offices for one of the biggest companies in the world. Focused mostly on the West Coast, Shelter Co. has built its business around providing everything people would need to host a weekend wedding or family reuni... Continue reading The Hot New Amenity At Google And Other Tech Companies? Tents

    June 17 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • How Brands And Photography Are Expanding Sport

    In the past, sport ads and photography were largely focused on men and competitiveness. But recent campaigns and projects have seen a more nuanced way of approaching the subject emerge, with space for women to shine too (with sweat) The post How brands and photography are expanding sport appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading How Brands And Photography Are Expanding Sport

    June 17 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Fine+Rare’s New Journal Celebrates Stories From The World Of Wine

    Envisioned as a ‘journal of adjacencies’, Fondata brings the wine importer’s passion for the vine to life on the printed page and beyond The post Fine+Rare’s new journal celebrates stories from the world of wine appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Fine+Rare’s New Journal Celebrates Stories From The World Of Wine

    June 17 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • New Ad Demonstrates Why The Travel Industry Needs To Get More Human

    Created by agency Broken Heart Love Affair for US firm Internova Travel Group, this dystopian ad shows what happens when machines take over our holiday experiences, and why good old-fashioned travel advisors can be vital The post New ad demonstrates why the travel industry needs to get more human appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading New Ad Demonstrates Why The Travel Industry Needs To Get More Human

    June 17 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Your Clothes Are About To Get More Expensive

    As the pandemic recedes and we make our first forays back into the world, many of us are thinking about putting aside our sweatpants and picking up some new outfits. But I have some bad news: Clothes are getting more expensive. The price of clothing in the U.S. has gone up 5.6% over the last year, according to the consumer price index released by the Labor Department last week. And that’s across t... Continue reading Your Clothes Are About To Get More Expensive

    June 17 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Digital Marketing Is Boosting The Evolution Of The Music Industry

    In March 2021, Billboard announced it will consider Facebook video streams into its chart calculations for licensed music videos. Billboard’s decision could not have come at a better time for Facebook and potentially Instagram, particularly as Facebook has only recently started hosting licensed music videos. Its global community and ad platform is now a ticket […] Continue reading Digital Marketing Is Boosting The Evolution Of The Music Industry

    June 16 Graphic Design | www.brandingmag.com
  • Google’s First Retail Store Is The Anti-Apple

    Twenty-two years into its existence, Google is finally launching its first brick-and-mortar store tomorrow morning. Housed on the ground floor of Google’s New York headquarters in Chelsea, the store will be a place to explore and purchase Google’s hardware, including Pixel phones and Nest devices, as well as bring products in for repair. But it will also be a lot more than that, according to Ivy R... Continue reading Google’s First Retail Store Is The Anti-Apple

    June 16 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com