Posted by Antonia Wilson, 15 April 2014, 10:15
Fashion designer Jean-Paul Gaultier comes to London with a new major retrospective at the Barbican and an additional exhibition of ephemera at the Fashion Space Gallery. It's a rare and fascinating opportunity to get inside the creative mind of one of fashion's most daring designers, whose work celebrates the pleasure of looking, sexual empowerment and the diversity of real beauty...
Posted by Rachael Steven, 14 April 2014, 17:30
Graphic artist Yoni Alter's solo show at London's Kemistry Gallery presents a colourful series of artworks inspired by urban geometry. We spoke to Alter about the exhibition, his creative influences and his recent idents for TV channel London Live...
Posted by Creative Review, 14 April 2014, 17:16
A self-initiated project from creative agency DBLG creates a charming stop motion animation using 50 3D printed model bears
Posted by Creative Review, 14 April 2014, 16:46
Mucho, the design studio with partners working in seven different cities in Europe and the US, is the subject of the next Typo Talk at the Typographic Circle
Posted by Mark Sinclair, 14 April 2014, 14:48
The minimalist cover of Yale University Press' new catalogue for artist Carl Andre uses a version of one of his text-based artworks from the 1960s to introduce the larger body of work inside...
Posted by Mark Sinclair, 11 April 2014, 17:03
With the Tour de France starting in July, Yellow Jersey Press has reissued five classic cycling books with covers referencing some of the most famous colours in the sport...
Posted by Eliza Williams, 11 April 2014, 15:23
Our Ad of the Week is the Oreo Snack Hacks campaign, which sees the cookie brand invite three LA chefs to use the biscuits to make new, unexpected snacks – some that look pretty disgusting, others surprisingly tasty...
Posted by Rachael Steven, 11 April 2014, 11:08
Damien Florébert Cuypers has animated a series of shorts for furniture brand Herman Miller, in which 80-year-old Hilda Longinotti reflects on her 21-year tenure at design director George Nelson's New York studio.
Posted by Rachael Steven, 10 April 2014, 16:43
Design studio Kellenberger-White has created a hand painted font and identity system for arts festival Glasgow International.
Posted by Eliza Williams, 10 April 2014, 16:25
This week's round-up of new ads features some lovely print work, web work, ambient (is that phrase still used?) work, as well as some great films. We begin with an epic number for Lurpak which sees director Dougal Wilson take us on a journey to a new cooking galaxy, far, far away...
|Harvey Nichols' new website (2)|
|Designing for The Grand Budapest Hotel (22)|
|Wally Olins, a tribute (13)|
|Typography is a practice (1)|
|Aesop's identity for Toastits toasties (16)|
|Designing for The Grand Budapest Hotel|
|Why designers never retire|
|Ryman Eco: Grey London and Ryman launch 'sustainable' free font|
|The neue Comic Sans|
|How to paint BUS STOP on a road|