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Knyttan: “We’ve turned knitwear into a blank canvas”

London clothing company Knyttan uses cutting edge software and high-end machinery to produce customisable knitwear on demand, with patterns by designers from Moniker to Kate Moross. In this feature from Creative Review’s September issue, we speak to to co-founder Ben Alun-Jones about the company, and how mass customisation could transform the way we shop…

Project Project’s minimal identity for shirt brand PYE

New York design studio Project Projects has worked with typographer Aurèle Sack and fashion designer Mary Ping to create a new visual identity for Hong Kong shirt brand PYE. The minimal system features a bilingual logo and custom typeface inspired by the brand’s mathematical name.

Noma Bar’s Birds Eye View

Translating his illustrations into architectural forms, graphic designer and illustrator Noma Bar has been commissioned to create a viewhouse in the wooded area of Momofuku Centre in Komoro, Japan

Anthony Burrill on the design of the Google Beach in Cannes

The 2015 Cannes Lions is now underway, with talks, awards and parties taking place all week across the French city. The advertising and design event is touted as a ‘festival of creativity’, though is often rather dull and corporate on the visual front. One exception to this is the Google Beach, which is designed this year by Anthony Burrill and celebrates ten years of YouTube…

Graphic design for the Elms Lesters Painting Rooms

Since 2007, graphic designer Iain Cadby has worked with London gallery the Elms Lesters Painting Rooms, creating exhibition identities and books for shows by some of the world’s best known street artists. He has now published a book on the thinking and process behind his designs, including work for Ron English, Adam Neate, Boris Tellegen (DELTA) and José Parlá…

Colour and sunshine

Inspired by the warmth and light of the Mediterranean, fast food chain Leon has developed a distinctive identity with a personal touch

New type: Formist, Hoefler & Co, Studio Feed & more

Our latest pick of new type designs, projects and events includes a guide to combining typefaces from Thames & Hudson, punk inspired lettering from Montreal studio Feed and new releases from Fontsmith and Hoefler & Co. First up, though, is a new style blog with some striking headlines…

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