Daniel Eatock

D&AD 2015: the winners

The winners of this year’s D&AD Awards were announced at a ceremony in London last night, with juries awarding five black pencils, four white and 44 yellow. Here’s our round-up of the most successful projects and agencies…

Disrupted By – cutting through the art of noise

The term ‘disruption’ has become such a pseud’s staple in recent years that the title and theme of ‘Disrupted By’, the third annual Curated By event organised by the graphics design department at Sheffield Hallam University late last year, was always going to raise eyebrows

Ten years of button badges

Ten years ago this month, London t-shirt and badge label Stereohype launched its first annual button badge design competition. With an exhibition of over 1000 submissions on display at LCC and a new monograph on the project just published, we asked co-founder Tomi Vollauschek about visual trends in badge design, and whether it’s still a popular medium for graphic artists.

London Design Festival: LCC 160

London College of Communication has launched a trio of exhibitions as part of this year’s London Design Festival, showcasing 50 years of illustration, 100 years of graphic design and ten years of button badges.

All Possible Futures

Can ‘speculative design’ unlock a hitherto unrealised potential for graphic design to go beyond business as usual?

Container: a magazine that’s not a magazine

An intriguing polystyrene box of artefacts, Container is the latest project from Artomatic’s Tim Milne. It has contributors, a theme, content and ambitions to be produced regularly – so that does that make it a magazine? asks Jeremy Leslie

The definition of a magazine

Container, a box of objects produced by a group of invited contributors, questions just what a magazine can be

Ice, Sea, Dead People’s spun picture discs

Artists Daniel Eatock and Andy Holden have collaborated on the new picture disc single from band Ice, Sea, Dead People. Each side of the disc features a unique artwork created by holding a felt-tip pen down on piece of paper spinning on a turntable

The Pymlico spirit

Designer Roy McCarthy’s alternative Olympics brand is for people who want to celebrate the Games in their homes, shops or pubs, without fear of infringing the usage laws of the official 2012 branding

Daniel Eatock’s felt-tip prints

One of the highlights of the Walker Art Center’s Graphic Design: Now in production show is Daniel Eatock’s installation in which images are ‘automatically’ created by upturned marker pens. Here, he explains the process

Matter magazine

Kilimanjaro magazine creator Olu Odukoya has just launched a new bi-annual men’s magazine called Matter that takes technology, style and conceptual art as its raison d’etre…

Artworker

NAO (National Audit Office)

Junior Designer

National Theatre