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Felicitations! School’s out and so you know what that means – it’s The Weekender


To stop you losing any more precious minutes when we lose an hour on Sunday, here at It’s Nice That we’ve kindly gathered all the important stuff you should be wrapping your eyes around before they’re left sadly squinting in darkness.

Feast your eyes on this penis kaleidoscope from Yinka Shonibare


Writing is rarely a chore. However, sometimes you find yourself working on a piece that reaffirms why internships spent schlepping round Covent Garden in the pissing rain on breakfast compote runs, and hours practising writing “multi-storey carpark” in shorthand are more than worth the irritation.

Jay Wright returns with a bucket-full of new illustration work


June 2013: We introduce you to illustrator and recent Berlin resident Jay Wright. We love his work, you enjoy it massively too, and thereafter he takes on a whole heap of freelance work.

A great new book captures pictures from Kurt Cobain's last photoshoot


Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain is easily one of the most mythologised, eulogised and conspiracy-theorised musicians of the last century.

Feast your eyes on this penis kaleidoscope from Yinka Shonibare


Writing is rarely a chore. However, sometimes you find yourself working on a piece that reaffirms why internships spent schlepping round Covent Garden in the pissing rain on breakfast compote runs, and hours practising writing “multi-storey carpark” in shorthand are more than worth the irritation.

Kristjana S Williams works with The Partners on Connaught hotel identity


Hotel branding can so often be a dowdy affair, as if the design nods to the temporary nature of the building’s inhabitants – something to move on from, rather than to dwell on.

Bloomberg's Tracy Ma talks us through her best and worst uni projects


As Deputy Creative Director of Bloomberg Businessweek Tracy Ma is responsible for turning out page after page of stunningly-conceived graphics accompanying hard-hitting economic and political stories at breakneck speed.

Pray silence for Ernesto D. Morales' magnificent Magnifying Spoon


When it comes to product design; our tastes tend towards the more offbeat end of the spectrum and so Ernesto D.

Rifle studio beautifully redesign Makeshift magazine


In March this year we discussed the intriguing Middle Eastern publication The Outpost, one of the first independent titles from the Lebanon to be distributed internationally and in English.

Kristjana S Williams works with The Partners on Connaught hotel identity


Hotel branding can so often be a dowdy affair, as if the design nods to the temporary nature of the building’s inhabitants – something to move on from, rather than to dwell on.

Meet the photographer distorting views with domestic haberdashery


To say that Rebecca Reese enjoys a magnificent view is not to do her work justice. The British-born, New York-based photographer has long been occupied with framing landscapes with domestic devices in her work, from placing a pair of translucent curtains around a mountain range and invoking the Dutch custom of covering paintings at the wakes of deceased family members to help them make the transition to the afterlife, to hanging a blind in front of a swamp to oddly effective ends.

A great new book captures pictures from Kurt Cobain's last photoshoot


Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain is easily one of the most mythologised, eulogised and conspiracy-theorised musicians of the last century.

Kristjana S Williams works with The Partners on opulent Connaught hotel identity


Hotel branding can so often be a dowdy affair, as if the design nods to the temporary nature of the building’s inhabitants – something to move on from, rather than to dwell on.

Feast your eyes on this penis kaleidoscope from Yinka Shonibare


Writing is rarely a chore. However, sometimes you find yourself working on a piece that reaffirms why internships spent schlepping round Covent Garden in the pissing rain on breakfast compote runs, and hours practising writing “multi-storey carpark” in shorthand are more than worth the irritation.

Jay Wright returns with a bucket-full of new illustration work


June 2013: We introduce you to illustrator and recent Berlin resident Jay Wright. We love his work, you enjoy it massively too, and thereafter he takes on a whole heap of freelance work.

Meet the photographer distorting views with domestic haberdashery


To say that Rebecca Reese enjoys a magnificent view is not to do her work justice. The British-born, New York-based photographer has long been occupied on framing landscapes with domestic devices in her work, from placing a pair of translucent curtains around a mountain range, invoking the Dutch custom of covering paintings at the wakes of deceased family members to help them make the transition to the afterlife, to hanging a blind in front of a swamp to oddly effective ends.

A great new book captures pictures from Kurt Cobain's last photoshoot


Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain is easily one of the most mythologised, eulogised and conspiracy-theorised musicians of the last century.

Jay Wright returns witha bucketfull of new illustration work


June 2013: We introduce you to illustrator and recent Berlin resident Jay Wright. We love his work, you enjoy it massively too, and thereafter he takes on a whole heap of freelance work.

Studio Regular show that it's more than possible to make a timetable look great


Creating a cohesive identity for a design conference might not seem like such a tall order, but the reality of producing flyers, bags, programmes and that all-important logo mark for an international event isn’t as simple as you might think.

Magculture founder Jeremy Leslie speaks about being a fresher at LCC in 1981


There’s a reason Jeremy Leslie is one of the most knowledgable guys on the planet when it comes to magazines, he spent a good few years at London College of Communication back in the 1980s honing his skill when magazines and printed matter were in their absolute heyday.


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