It’s quite common among designers to believe that following trends is a crucial part of their job. Being constantly up-to-date is seen as mandatory. Many designers evaluate the work of others through a prism of trends – tagging something as #old can be seen as an insult, as if not fitting the most recent style […]
Laura Prim talks us through the process behind her minimal process. Laura studied graphic design at the School of Art and Design in Lucerne, and Typography at Zurich University of the Arts…
Dans cette série tout autant originale, l’illustratrice détourne des partitions d’oeuvres musicales russes en y ajoutant de délicates illustrations.
Robin Bucher et Patrick Csajko form RB / CP creative studio. Halfway between humor and poetry, installation and sculpture, their art is actually easier to appreciate than identify
If you’ve ever wondered what the first scene of Wes Anderson debut film was, hold your breath no more – it was a clip of a window opening. This movement has reverberated through the cult filmmaker’s works ever since.
The 90-second teaser on the Super Bowl was intriguing. The online ending is wonderful. Inside the strategy, and whether the company expects backlash.
BTV has relaunched this week with a new-ish name that vocalizes its acronym as betevé — the equivalent of renaming NBC as “enbeecee” — and a new identity by Barcelona-based Folch.
Instagram account @swissposters highlights Switzerland’s rich and varied graphic design scene, with images of posters found across the country
Netflix’s latest original series will be all about the art of design. (via Highsnobiety). ‘Abstract: The Art of Design’ Explores the Work of World’s Leading Designers. The Netflix original is an exploration of the world’s leading designers, from those in the realms of fashion, cars, architecture and beyond
An exhibition urges designers to think about how they want to live as they age.
Internet advocacy and software group Mozilla has revealed its new logo and brand assets – including a bespoke typeface, colour palette and proposed approach to imagery – following a seven-month “open design” process documented on its blog
Maison & Objet 2017 to Showcase British Design and Silence Theme. 20-24th January 2017