A new book by Martin Parr documents Oxford University, as part of a wider body of work looking at the British establishment. Parr’s images introduce a few surprises but largely reinforces what we already know (or think we know) about the prestigious institution.
Analysis of significant creative projects, people and trends
As UNKLE’s new album The Road: Part I is released, Eliza Williams talks to James Lavelle about the band’s design history, and that of his seminal 90s record label, Mo’ Wax, plus explores the singular place he holds in British musical history
Random International’s Zoological installation sees a flock of airborne drones take up residence at London’s Roundhouse. They put on an enthralling, at times unsettling, show: but can tech ever move us like nature does?
Chickpea snack brand Hippeas is stocked in more than 20,000 stores and has plans to become a global lifestyle brand. Founder Livio Bisterzo and JKR design director Stephen McDavid explain how a strong identity and a focus on giving back have been crucial to the brand’s success
In the eighth episode of Designer vs Developer, Google Design Advocate Mustafa Kurtuldu speaks to Addy Osmani, a Senior Staff Developer Programs Engineer on the Google Developer Relations Team, about how to design a great performance and speak about about Flash and days gone by.
Following the publication of Paula Scher’s extensive new monograph with Unit Editions, we spoke to the Pentagram partner and artist about her working process. Here are her tips on how to balance personal work with professional projects
Brexit, a recession and a healthy freelance market have left many design agencies struggling to fill senior roles. Rachael Steven explores the impact this is having on the industry – and considers how agencies can respond to a talent shortfall
Valenstein & Fatt (Grey London) and Volvo are the winners of this year’s Channel 4 Diversity in Advertising Award, and will create a campaign featuring ‘non-visible’ disabilities.
This is the seventh episode of designer vs developer, Google Design Advocate Mustafa Kurtuldu’s YouTube and podcast series aimed at improving understanding between designers and developers looks at the craft of coding. He speaks to Mariko Kosaka, a Developer Advocate on the Google Developers Relations Team, about the art she creates with code and how developers can embrace the notion of making something that isn’t necessarily useful but still has value.