This weekend is the last chance to see our Talentspotting project, in association with Creative Translation, which sees work by 20 UK creative graduates placed on JCDecaux digital screens at some of the UK’s busiest shopping centres, train stations and ad sites
CR’s September issue is dedicated to all things fashion. We have a feature on the work of Hussein Chalayan, interviews with Iris van Herpen, Nick Knight and Paul Weller; plus a look at clothing company Knyttan, Pylot magazine, pop-ups and Harvey Nichols
Otherwise known as Yo Magick, Maciek Martyniuk received a First in Visual Communication in Design from IADT in Dún Laoghaire. We were particularly drawn to his series of Nice Posters in which he experiments with abstract, expressive type which is often animated, and his Stroll app
This month, we’ve teamed up with Creative Translation to put work by 20 visual communications students and graduates on JC Decaux billboards across the UK. One of those graduates is Ailsa Johnson, whose portfolio includes some charming food based prints and children’s picture books…
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.