We speak to Glasgow School of Art communication design graduate Kat Loudon, whose multi-disciplinary work inlcudes posters, placards and embroidered jackets inspired by William Morris, sculptural signage for Glasgow Green and a magazine made using fire and water damaged books from Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh Library.
News broke yesterday – all but flooring Twitter in the process – that illustrator and Turner-Prize winning artist David Shrigley had designed (though some might say conjured) a new mascot for his beloved Partick Thistle FC. And like almost everything Shrigley does, it certainly stirred debate
Creative Review’s April issue looks at creativity, design and innovation in healthcare, from extraordinary prosthetic limbs, to public health advertising, the impact of health tech and how artists, illustrators and designers are transforming hospitals
Designer Craig Oldham’s new book, In Loving Memory of Work, is a visual record of the UK miners’ strike that began on March 6 1984 and continued for an entire year. The project also has a physical connection to the pits – the lettering on its wrap-around cover is printed with coal dust. Here, Oldham tells us about the process