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Kenyan designer, innovator and entrepreneur Mark Kamau founded BRCK which creates tech products that help improve the lives of Africans. At Design Indaba 2018 he discussed how his work is giving Africans the chance to plug into the internet for free
Egyptian designer Amna Elshandaweely creates clothes that break stereotypes, reference history and draw from indigenous cultures. Speaking at the Design Indaba festival 2018 and in an interview with CR, she sheds light on the politics of clothing in Egypt and the role of fashion in revolution.
A new exhibition at D&AD examines Roundel’s 1987 identity for Railfreight, a radical design system that used squadron marks and localised insignia to modernise a vital part of British Rail
Design studio dn&co has created a new identity system for Isokon Plus – the British furniture company with a fascinating history. We talk to dn&co about the process and redrawing an 80-year-old logo created by Bauhaus teacher László Moholy-Nagy
Even before the impact of #MeToo, trust in organisations was plummeting around the world. Restoring that trust, and creating an environment where all employees feel comfortable in raising problems begins with leaders, says Tanya Livesey, Leadership Coach and Global Head of Creative Talent at The Talent Business
Often referred to by the press as ‘the pre-eminent illustrator of the Trump era’, Edel Rodriguez has given us some of the most provocative magazine covers of our times, and often sets the internet ablaze with his political imagery. Speaking at Design Indaba festival 2018 and in a follow up interview, Rodriguez told us about his fascinating creative journey.
German illustrator and designer Max Löffler has won the Folio Society and House of Illustration‘s annual Book Illustration Competition – beating 450 entrants to create a new edition of The Selected Adventures and Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle. The Book Illustration Competition is open to professional illustrators and students aged 18 and over. Löffler […]
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New illustrated book Analogue Photography brings the established principles of using film to a new audience and reflects the ongoing re-interest in the medium