Graphic Design News

  • Posted: September 16 2020 @ 4:30 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    50 Designers Reimagine The Humble Toilet Paper Holder

    Toilet paper, tp, bathroom tissue; no matter what you call it, the little holder it spins around generally looks the same. In fact, you probably don’t even think about it as a piece of design. [Photo: courtesy Marta + Plant Paper]A new show full of them at the Los Angeles gallery Marta will certainl... Read more

  • Posted: September 16 2020 @ 3:18 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    Celebrating 70 Years Of The Ikea Catalogue

    The Ikea Museum’s latest exhibition examines the illustrious history of the furniture giant’s annual catalogue, while superfans can also browse every issue online as part of its new digitised archive The post Celebrating 70 years of the Ikea Catalogue appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: September 16 2020 @ 3:07 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    My Breakthrough Moment: Benedict Redgrove

    In this series we ask leading creatives to talk about what kickstarted their careers. Here, photographer Benedict Redgrove talks about the significant projects that made him realise the value in his work The post My Breakthrough Moment: Benedict Redgrove appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: September 16 2020 @ 3:06 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    Why Do We Still Love Stop Motion?

    Stop motion’s popularity has barely wavered in the century or so since it first appeared. But what makes it such a big hit with creatives and clients, and what does the future hold? The post Why do we still love stop motion? appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: September 16 2020 @ 3:06 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    A New Exhibition Is Asking What 2020 Means To You

    The team at short film app Minute Shorts has curated a selection of six films that sum up summertime in the Covid-19 era The post A new exhibition is asking what 2020 means to you appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: September 16 2020 @ 3:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    Americans Speak More Than 1,300 Languages. This Artist Wants To Capture Them All

    The Census Bureau recognizes more than 1,300 different languages spoken among Americans. But by the time those languages are aggregated and averaged to statistically represent the population in the Census’s final report, they are simplified into just 42 language groupings. “Other languages of Asia”... Read more

  • Posted: September 16 2020 @ 2:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    How To Keep Spending Time Outside Even When It Gets Bitterly Cold

    As the days get crisper and the leaves turn shades of gold, I’ve started to panic. Living through a pandemic in the summertime has been stressful and strange, but at least my family and I were able to safely spend time outdoors. We planted our first crop of vegetables on our deck; we worked on an ou... Read more

  • Posted: September 16 2020 @ 1:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    The West Coast’s Extreme Heat And Wildfires Have Another Hidden Danger

    As repeated heat waves blister urban residents and the West Coast regularly erupts in devastating wildfires, a disproportionate amount of low-income households are feeling the burn. According to recent research, a large amount of California’s subsidized housing is located in areas facing risk of wil... Read more

  • Posted: September 15 2020 @ 10:05 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    Apple Just Made It Way Less Annoying To Unlock Your Device

    How you unlock your phone has become a source of drama in the modern era. But Apple may have solved it today with a single button, which turns on your iPad Air and unlocks it at the same time. [Photo: Apple]For years, this has been a growing problem. In the 2010s, the iPhone and other smartphones si... Read more

  • Posted: September 15 2020 @ 5:10 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    Why Miller Lite Turned Its Beer Can Into A TV Antenna For NFL Football

    The new National Football League season kicked off last weekend with a very COVID-familiar look—(mostly) empty stadiums. Even though some teams did let varying numbers of fans in to watch the games in-person, depending on their state regulations, the bulk of football faithful were at home watching o... Read more