It’s Nice That issue 2

Pre-order the second printed installment of great creative work selected by the It’s Nice That boys and you’ll get a lovely Rob Ryan print thrown in as well (detail shown). Issue two features a huge range of work that INT has featured on its website from UVA, George Hardie, Sam Messenger, and Wilfrid Wood…

Pre-order the second printed installment of great creative work selected by the It’s Nice That boys and you’ll get a lovely Rob Ryan print thrown in as well (detail shown). Issue two features a huge range of work that INT has featured on its website from UVA, George Hardie, Sam Messenger, and Wilfrid Wood…

A few spreads from the second issue of It’s Nice That:

And the complete Ryan screenprint in all its glory, which will be dispatched with your copy of It’s Nice That 2, if you order before midnight on 30 September (£10). The print measures 260mm x 195mm.

More details on It’s Nice That 2 are here

Pre-orders will be dispatched on the week commencing 28 September
Printed by PUSH 
Paper by Fenner 
Designed by It’s Nice That in collaboration with Joseph Burrin

More from CR

CR graduate show at Mother

Our very own graduate show, featuring work from the six creative talents profiled in the current issue, has just opened at the Mother agency in London. Why not take Tom Lovell’s advice (shown) and cheer youself up by popping in…

Shocking film highlights dangers of ‘text driving’

Last week we put up a new PSA warning against drug driving on the CR blog, and remarked on the subtle approach used in the campaign, which avoided gruesome car crash scenes. By contrast, this PSA from Gwent Police, which illustrates the dangers of texting while driving, pulls no such punches.

An art of persuasion

Dutch painter Ronald de Bloeme takes visual motifs, signs and symbols from the commercial world and uses them to construct colourful high gloss paintings. His new show, Diktatur, is on at the Hamish Morrison Galerie in Berlin until 24 October

Question of the Week 15.09.09

We all have people that we admire for what they do, or simply for how they are. So this week we’re asking, who in the world of advertising or design do you admire and why?

IIASA_115x115

Graphic Designer

International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
Centaur_115x115

Integrated Designer

Centaur Media