George Lois

The Aspen attitude

As one of the first multimedia publications, Aspen hinted at what a magazine could be. It’s now the subject of a new show

ARC magazine lives!

The Royal College of Art’s ARC magazine has come back from the brink with a suitably morbid new issue funded by a Kickstarter campaign. Still shaken from its own near-death experience, this makes for a very rewarding read

Olympics ticket designs revealed

LOCOG has unveiled the ticket design s for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Designed by Futurebrand, the tickets incorporate Someone’s pictogram designs along with images of the venues

The story of Pentagram

Pentagram Design celebrated its 40th birthday at the weekend (May 19). To mark the occasion, London partner Naresh Ramchandani created a charming film telling the story of the firm’s first four decades

What do designers like to eat?

Last year, CR’s Patrick blogged about how two features in our August issue mentioned the importance of “lunchtime arrangements” in studio culture. Now a new book, What’s Cooking? asks 28 designers specifically about the food and recipes they like

Kessels Kramer don’t like advertising: hear why

Don’t like advertising? This could be the book for you. KesselsKramer is launching its latest tome, Advertising For People Who Don’t Like Advertising, next week in London with a talk by KK creative directors Erik Kessels and Dave Bell, along with Steve Henry

This app could save your life

JWT Singapore and the Singapore Red Cross Society have launched an iPhone app that allows users facing a medical emergency to alert nearby first aiders and get qualified help

Hollow Earth: Alex Turvey at KK Outlet

Alex Turvey’s immersive eight-minute film showing at KK Outlet in east London takes you beyond the city and into a headspinning landscape of colour and sound

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

AOP Student Awards 2012

The Association of Photographers’ Student Awards have been announced with Jordi Ruiz Cirera from London College of Communications named as the 2012 Student Photographer of the Year

The ‘real’ juice box

Brazilian agency AGE Isobar has grown real fruit into the shape of juice boxes in order to promote the supposedly ‘all natural’ Camp fruit juice brand

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