Online shopping site Trouva is now one of the fastest-growing tech startups in the UK. We take a look at its success so far – and how it’s helping independent shop owners to grow their business
The Guardian’s switch to tabloid marks the end of an era. We talk to Creative Director Alex Breuer and Deputy Creative Director Chris Clarke about the thinking behind the redesign, creating a great reading experience in print and how a smaller format can help the paper tell bigger stories…
The Partners’ new identity for Shakespeare’s Globe aims to capture the theatre’s new focus on “radical theatrical experiments”. We talked to design director Katherina Tudball and creative director Nick Eagleton about the unusual process that led to the rebrand
Across the UK, neglected and once run-down urban areas are being transformed with the arrival of co-working spaces, housing and ‘cultural hubs’. We asked Joy Nazzari, co-founder of dn&co, Nick Ramshaw, Managing Director of Thompson Brand Partners, Adam Rix, Creative Director at Music and Simon Manchipp, co-founder of SomeOne about the challenges agencies face when branding new developments – and how they approach the process
Taschen’s new book brings together some of the finest posters, adverts, brand identities and magazine covers from the early 20th century, charting the development of commercial art and the historical events that shaped designs from the era
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 […]
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From The Chemical Brothers to Little Dorrit, The Streets to Doctor Who, Adam Smith has had an eclectic and distinctive directing career. As his first feature film, Trespass Against Us, is released, we talk to him about working with Michael Fassbender, making the perfect concert visuals, and the importance of finding projects that speak to you.
In 1968, Nick Hedges was asked by Shelter to photograph some of the families living in Britain’s slums. Here, he discusses how he documented the housing crisis as part of a five year project and helped communicate the first concerns of the charity.