“Like a band that stays together forever,” says Browns’ Jonathan Ellery in a new film about design studio Why Not Associates made for their 30-year retrospective show at Sheffield Institute of Arts. At the opening of the show, Hannah Ellis reflects on what makes the studio tick and the affection with which its founders are held by their peers
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Jack Renwick Studio has created a visual identity inspired by the Northern Irish landscape for a family-run chicken and vegetable farm in County Down. Millbank Farm provides turnips, leeks and chickens to supermarkets including Lidl and Waitrose. Six generations have grown crops on the site since 1889. Jack Renwick Studio was asked to create a […]
Fedrigoni and design studio TM have teamed up to produce this year’s calendar for the paper company, which is being sold in aid of the Make-A-Wish charity. To create Fedrigoni 365, TM called upon the talents of the creative industry to come up with a single-colour design for each its pages, based upon a particular […]
Snap is the latest tech company to reveal its AR offering with Lens Studio: a free desktop tool that allows users to create lenses for Snapchat. Google, Apple and Facebook have all launched or announced AR platforms this year: Apple’s ARKit launched on iOS 11 in September, Facebook opened up its AR Studio tool to […]
Nike Hyper Court is a new digital platform that has launched in Manila, which offers users on-court training at five sites across the city. And each of the courts looks visually stunning, thanks to designs by artist Arturo Torres.
Identity: Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv showcases 60 years of work from the seminal New York design firm
The short film, which is voiced by Patrick Stewart, sees a little girl called Hope unintentionally unleash Satan when she puts a typo on her Christmas letter.
The revered New York designer has designed three posters that directly address aspects of Donald Trump’s policies to date and which will go on display across the NYC subway system
Grey London has released an album of classic Christmas hymns that have been wittily reworked to contain a feminist message, with all monies raised going to Refuge. They’ll have you laughing all the way to a feminist future.