Graphic Design News Page 48

  • Posted: February 25 2021 @ 3:47 | From:

    Saiman Chow On Maintaining Freedom In Your Work

    The illustrator, animator and designer talks about personal style, the benefits of working digitally and the ways he’s ensured his creative independence The post Saiman Chow on maintaining freedom in your work appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: February 25 2021 @ 3:16 | From:

    Sam Wright’s Powerful Lockdown Series Celebrates London’s Iconic Eateries

    In Local London, the photographer turns his lens on the capital’s independent restaurant scene, providing a tantalising reminder of the joy of eating out The post Sam Wright’s powerful lockdown series celebrates London’s iconic eateries appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: February 25 2021 @ 3:10 | From:

    The Glue Society’s Mag Is “a Portable Vessel For Art”

    The new biannual publication works as a kind of paper-bound gallery, showcasing 18 artworks commissioned especially for the mag – encompassing graphic design, writing, art photography and sculpture The post The Glue Society’s mag is “a portable vessel for art” appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: February 25 2021 @ 3:00 | From:

    The Iconic Mr. Potato Head Gets A 21st-century Rebrand

    This fall, you’re cordially invited to Mr. Potato Head’s wedding. He’s marrying his partner of many years, another Mr. Potato Head. And I promise it’s going to be the party of the year, with—you guessed it—plenty of spuds on the menu. The toy giant Hasbro is rebranding its iconic Mr. Potato Head toy... Read more

  • Posted: February 25 2021 @ 2:00 | From:

    Why The New USPS Mail Truck Should Be Even Dorkier

    The United States Postal Service, beloved for its adorable dog costumes, beautifully designed stamps, and being an American tradition, is redesigning its iconic mail delivery trucks. The new truck, which will come to a neighborhood near you starting in 2023, will be designed and manufactured by Oshk... Read more

  • Posted: February 25 2021 @ 1:00 | From:

    Here’s Scientific Proof That We All Need To Party When COVID-19 Ends

    Every year, my mother and I meet up for an ad hoc Oktoberfest. We find a restaurant with big beers, Thuringer sausages, and sauerkraut. We toast, sing songs, and tell stories. And while I know both of us would attest that this one-night ritual makes us happier all year long, it’s still nice to final... Read more

  • Posted: February 24 2021 @ 9:06 | From:

    Dan W Jacobs Creates Animated Music Video For Kero Kero Bonito

    Based on an mythical tale involving towers and royalty, Jacobs combines traditional hand-drawn animation with 3D techniques for the promo The post Dan W Jacobs creates animated music video for Kero Kero Bonito appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: February 24 2021 @ 5:00 | From:

    National Geographic’s New Documentary Tells The Inside Story Of Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine

    It’s in the western Michigan town of Portage where the finishing touches get put on Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, created with German-based BioNTech. It’s where the vials are filled and prepped to be shipped, and so far, the 3,000 workers at this 1,300-acre facility have shipped out about 40 million do... Read more

  • Posted: February 24 2021 @ 4:30 | From:

    You Know About Human-centered Design. Now Meet Breast-centered Design

    There are many things they don’t tell you about becoming a mother. The most shocking for me was how much my breasts would hurt in the blurry days after I gave birth: The cracked nipples, engorgement, and clogged ducts made me cry as much as my newborn. Frida, the baby brand famous for creating a sno... Read more

  • Posted: February 24 2021 @ 3:00 | From:

    Flying Taxis Are Coming. Here Are 5 Ways They’ll Differ From Air Travel As We Know It

    The future of urban air mobility is often represented in utopian images. A wealth of fanciful renderings show flying vehicles taking off and landing vertically from glittering vertiports. The people in these portrayals live in fantastical futures of high-tech cities, maneuvering experiences that we’... Read more