No longer catering exclusively to the young, male, or Christian, the YMCA unsurprisingly faced problems in communicating what it stood for. ArthurSteenHorneAdamson has developed a new brand identity which aims to better reflect the breadth of the charity’s work in England. We spoke to ASHA’s Marksteen Adamson about the project…
The head of Airbnb’s art department discussed reactions to the company’s recent rebrand at the Festival of Marketing today, describing the public response to its logo as a “pleasant surprise”.
An integral part of the recent redesign of the Financial Times was Kris Sowersby’s new typeface family, Financier. Here, the Wellington-based designer and founder of Klim Type foundry offers a detailed account of the newspaper’s typographic journey – charting a range of influences from the new FT grid to the work of Eric Gill
Philippe Apeloig has designed the cover for Phaidon’s recent publication, The 21st Century Art Book. He talks to CR about the inspiration behind the work…
A series of unusual and beautiful images by one of the twentieth century’s most celebrated photographers, Horst P. Horst, have been brought together in a new publication presenting a collection of largely unseen, kaleidoscopic and abstract works, entitled Patterns From Nature.
Port magazine has just launched its 15th issue, which features a striking series of portraits of composer Esa-Pekka Salonen shot by Pieter Hugo, and photo features on New York cricket, sea bass fishing and SCP owner Sheridan Coakley’s Hampshire home. We spoke to creative director Kuchar Swara about the issue, and some of his favourite Port features to date
Bombay Bicycle Club’s hypnotic visuals for their recent tour made for a sensory-stimulating show, and they stood-out as the new experiential players at major festivals this summer including dreamy Suffolk weekender Latitude and the hedonistic paradise of Glastonbury. We talk to filmmaker Anna Ginsburg and video designer Adam Young about what it took to create the impressive stage aesthetic and why intensifying the audience’s live show tingle is so important.