Jonathan Ellery

Five books from Jonathan Ellery

Jonathan Ellery’s latest publication sees the designer and artist tackle some big themes over five short books – but what’s the connection between garden birds, politics and sexual deviance in the church?

A Mountain to Climb

While many studios limit their ambitions to local or cultural clients, Browns’ ongoing relationship with global investment company Invesco is testament to the ability of smaller, independent design firms to take on the big guys

Jonathan Ellery: The Hen House

New work by artist and designer Jonathan Ellery is currently showing at the Londonewcastle Project Space in the capital. The Hen House contains some haunting imagery and new pieces in brass on the subject of religion

Wallpaper*’s handmade custom covers

Wallpaper* magazine has approached almost 30 image makers and asked them to create a handmade cover image for its forthcoming August Handmade 2012 issue…

Design Assembly: the book of the site

After three years of publishing, the Design Assembly website has closed but a selection of its finer moments have been preserved by founder Matt Judge in 3, an innovative three-part book that also features specially-commissioned essays from various design luminaries

Typo London: see you next year?

Three days of top speakers from around the world playing to a (largely full) venue: in Typo London does the UK capital finally have the design conference it deserves?

TYPO London via Bermondsey, Halifax and New York City

At London’s first TYPO conference yesterday, the three afternoon speakers highlighted the benefits of having a good theme in place to anchor the talks. Designers Jonathan Ellery, Tony Brook and Michael Bierut tackled the wide-ranging term “places” in very different ways and it made for an encouraging start to TYPO’s London run

Design studio of the Year – Browns

In 2010, this was a three-way tie between Why Not Associates, Pentagram and Music. This year’s featured work comes from similarly diverse sources offering up no one stand-out studio in terms of numbers alone. This is one of the reasons that we changed our methodology this year to allow for other criteria to be taken into consideration.

November

The best work from November includes a tape art installation for Footlocker, Jawbox’s wireless speaker packaging and Domestos’ Flushtracker website.

Ellery’s Theory of Neo-conservative Creationism

Following on from his 2007 project, Works In Brass, artist and graphic designer Jonathan Ellery’s new show features a new set of imagery machined into the surface of solid brass tablets…

Designs on the capital

Pentagram partner Domenic Lippa and Sir John Sorrell, chairman of the London Design Festival, have commissioned 20 UK-based graphic designers to create posters with a London theme for this year’s event.

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