Two design greats – US graphic designer Lance Wyman and British art and design icon Eduardo Paolozzi – are brought together in a new exhibition at Bloomberg Space in London, which focuses on the works each artist created for transport systems in London and Mexico City.
Elton John, via a competition held with YouTube, AKQA and Pulse Films, has commissioned videos for three of his classic songs from the 70s: Tiny Dancer, Benny & The Jets and Rocket Man. And they’re all great.
Speaking at the D&AD festival in London yesterday was Anna Higgs, creative director at Nowness, who explained why creativity matters more than clicks, plus why “with great reach, comes great responsibility”.
“It’s only advertising. We’re selling stuff to people. We’re not rock stars, we’re not doctors, we’re selling stuff to people in as fun and as engaging a way as possible.”
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Asif Kapadia is best known for his compelling documentaries about gifted and tragic figures. He received an Oscar and a BAFTA for Amy – a heartbreaking film about the late Amy Winehouse – and another two BAFTAs for his Ayrton Senna biopic, Senna. (The film tells the story of the late Formula One driver, who won the […]
A young photojournalist from Mumbai has been using Instagram to tell the story of the city’s local trains. Her account is real, intimate and poetic.
If one brand truly embodies the pure, democratic design principles of Germany’s Ulm School of the 1950s and 60s, it’s not Apple, or even Braun, but Muji