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Project Project’s minimal identity for shirt brand PYE

New York design studio Project Projects has worked with typographer Aurèle Sack and fashion designer Mary Ping to create a new visual identity for Hong Kong shirt brand PYE. The minimal system features a bilingual logo and custom typeface inspired by the brand’s mathematical name.

The search for a voice

Designer Michael Johnson of johnson banks, looks back at his recent visit to India, where he found a design scene that is beginning to reflect the country’s unique and rich visual language…

Fresh Faced + Wild Eyed 2014

Fresh Faced + Wild Eyed, the Photographers’ Gallery annual exhibition for recent graduates, has picked work from 22 finalists from an open submissions process for their new exhibition, including contorted nudes, protesters in patterns, and a short film about the memories and daily rituals of a solitary South Londoner called George …

Made Thought rebrands G.F Smith

Made Thought has designed a new visual identity, website and brand book for paper company G.F Smith, which it says aims to better reflect the brand’s heritage and the people behind its products.

Selling shoes with style

The visual virtuosity of the great Guy Bourdin results in an extraordinary fashion advertisment from 1978

What's the story?

The Storytelling issue, Oct/Nov 2017, is out now.
We invited writers to respond to our cover image
this month: read their stories inside.
PLUS: Tom Gauld, Oliver Jeffers, Giphy & S-Town

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