A new site dedicated to the work of US graphic designer and artist Elaine Lustig Cohen, who turned 88 earlier this month, has been launched by Kind Company. It’s a fantastic resource – and in bringing her work to a wider audience, it’s one of the best examples of online design biography out there
Our latest pick of new designs includes a ten logo system for a Norwegian concert hall by Oslo studio Heydays, a charming series of letterpress posters for the Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft and a clever visual identity for an architectural studio by Freytag Anderson. First, though, is Alexander Boxill’s work for the 2015 Lovie Awards…
Wearable devices linked to online systems and clinicians could put designers at the heart of a revolution in healthcare. As the AXA PPP Health Tech & You exhibition launches at the Design Museum, we ask where this ‘self-care’ movement is taking us and if we are ready for what it means
The first day of Dublin creative conference Offset featured an inspiring insight into graphic design for filmmaking from Annie Atkins, plus talks from Hey Studio, Barber & Osgberby’s Edward Barber, Ian Anderson and Rory Hamilton, creative director at Dublin agency Boys And Girls.
The March issue of CR, which looks at the world of creativity on-screen, is also available for iPad, where you’ll find all the print mag articles and exclusive additional content in Hi Res, our showcase gallery section, and CRTV, with video profiles of creative people, animations and other moving image work from around the world….
Day one of creative conference Design Indaba featured a look at some bizarre and thought-provoking projects by emerging designers, Burning Man co-founder Larry Harvey’s reflections on collaborative art and creating great visitor experiences, a How To of graphic design from Michael Bierut and a talk from The Workers, the London design studio behind Tate After Dark. Here are some of the highlights…
For our March 2015 issue, we take a look at the world of creativity on-screen, including Event Cinema, an interview with journalist and filmmaker Adam Curtis, Monument Valley, the creative director of FIFA 15, how movie stars are preparing for a career after death and how Vice is shaking up the world of news reporting