Diversity and Equality

Diversity in design book publishing

A project by Leonardo de Vasconcelos shows how few design books from leading publishers involve BIPOC writers and editors. Here, Vasconcelos, Gail Anderson and Adrian Shaughnessy discuss the state of publishing and the implications this has for the design ecosystem

The Slow Grind

Georgina Johnson’s first book, The Slow Grind: Finding Our Way Back to Creative Balance, addresses how our narrow definition of sustainability has created more inequality. Rebecca Fulleylove talks to the multi-disciplinary artist about what needs to change

Why it’s time to decolonise the creative industries

The cultural canon has been the subject of recurring debate over the years, but has taken on new significance in light of recent events. CR speaks to publisher Sold Out and photo editor and LISTO founder Sara Urbaez about why decolonisation should be a movement, not a moment

The truth about racism in the UK

In December, grime artist Stormzy caused a media frenzy by pointing out the UK’s racism. Here, Jude Yawson, co-author with Stormzy on his book Rise Up, calls out the hypocrisy that exists in UK media and explains why we urgently need wider representation in our culture

Is the future of fashion gender fluid?

The growing influence of Gen-Z is helping shape the new landscape of gender-bending fashion brands and retail experiences. We speak to Scandi label Rains and Open Studio’s Sara Hildén Bengtsson about where unisex fashion is set to head next

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