Martin Parr looks at summer with a critical eye, taking the holiday photos that don’t make it into family albums. He captures the inelegantly slipped bikini, the back fat, bald mens sunburnt pates… This weekend, the artist takes to the stage at Port Eliot Festival…
We love a little Bauhaus-esque typography here at It’s Nice That almost as much as we love the work of one Joan Miró and 3D identity design. So Mucho’s new branding for cultural centre Fundació Miró ticked a few boxes for us, combining a sculptural approach to graphics…
Often overshadowed in art history by her husband Robert, the Ukrainian artist Sonia Delaunay played many roles in her versatile career.
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Several months ago, Di Mainstone, a British artist, filmed a woman walking onto the Clifton Suspension Bridge, which stretches more than seven hundred feet across the Avon Gorge in Bristol, England.
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The Obvious Table Lamp is an origami-esque diffusion of light. Essentially made from one piece of uninterrupted metal…
This year the works of the winners and finalists of FAD Awards of Architecture, Laus Awards of graphic design and visual communication and MODAFAD Awards of emerging designers can be seen. Free entrance and Guided tours on demand are offered.
Spanish illustrator Juan Carlos aka Jotaka created this fantastic series of paper family portraits by rendering his bendy illustrated characters in cut paper. Titled La siesta, he describes the images as “a personal project about hugs, the importance and the ideal time to receive them.”
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Minimalissimo is an online editorial platform that celebrates minimalism in design. Edited by a small team of enthusiasts from around the world, we publish exciting, original and engaging work from both established names and talented newcomers. We touch on many categories of minimalism including, art, architecture, fashion, industrial, package and graphic design.