Camille Walala’s colourful graphics have been appearing all over London of late. In the past few years she has applied her distinctive style – a Memphis-inspired mix of bright colours, monochrome patterns and simple shapes – to a narrowboat, a pedestrian crossing, two school playgrounds, a multi-storey office building and a nightclub as well as several […]
Burberry’s September collection is displayed alongside documentary photographs by Martin Parr, Ken Russell, Dafydd Jones, Shirley Baker, Alasdair McLellan and Karen Knorr in an exhibition at a former courthouse in Clerkenwell
D&AD’s 2017 Annual landed with a thump on the CR desk this morning. Designed by Jim Sutherland, the publication – a printed showcase of winning entries to the D&AD Awards – comes in at over 500 pages and takes inspiration from the Bible. Last year’s Annual was designed by Lucienne Roberts and featured interactive exercises […]
Designer Camille Walala has applied her Memphis-inspired graphics to a pedestrian crossing, a houseboat and a multi-storey building in Shoreditch. Her latest project is London Design Festival’s landmark installation for 2017: a multicoloured inflatable castle in the middle of Clerkenwell. Villa Walala is described as “a boisterously colourful and invitingly soft-touch structure”. It is made from […]
Yinka Ilori has teamed up with social enterprise Restoration Station to transform secondhand furniture with people recovering from addiction
Refinery29’s experiential event returned to New York last week with installations from Jake Glyllenhaal, Madame Ghandi, Juno Calypso and more…
Wales has seen a significant increase in overseas visitors since the launch of a new marketing campaign and national branding by Cardiff and Amsterdam agency Smörgåsbord. Creative director Dylan Griffith talks us through the challenges and steps involved in creating a brand identity for the country
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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.