Swindled. It’s one simple word, but one which sparked an entire movement for Services Unknown, a platform run by London’s Superimpose Studio that explores issues facing the creative industries.
Wieden+Kennedy Portland have released a new campaign for Travel Oregon, Oregon’s Tourism Commission. Suitably spring like, the 90-second film titled Only Slightly Exaggerated bears all the intoxicating hallmarks of a Studio Ghibli classic, but with the addition of Oregon’s famous natural features including the Three Sisters mountain range and activities such as the Portland Dragon Boat Race.
“We would never leave our homes if we didn’t have to. We’d stay at home drinking hot tea while waiting for Spring.
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC) in Lyon, France has removed a video of living chickens in flames from the Algerian artist Adel Abdessemed’s exhibition The Antidote following social media outcry.
This year we’re bringing you a weekly roundup of the most popular jobs posted in the last seven days on our sister recruitment site If You Could Jobs.
In Europe we have quite a warped impression of Voodoo, largely informed by horror films and pin-skewered dolls.
Marco Oggian has wanted to be illustrator since he was just a little kid. Describing his style as “simple, strong, a five-year-old could do better”, it seems that a lot of that energy has stayed with him.
Renowned American graphic designer, Herb Lubalin, best known for his collaborations with Ralph Ginzburg on the magazines Eros, Fact and Avant Garde, is regarded as one of the seminal designers of the 20th century.
East London Comic and Arts Festival (ELCAF) has announced the dates of its 2018 edition. Celebrating the launch with the news of this year’s artist in residence, Charlotte Dumortier, the festival will take place from 22 – 24 June at The Round Chapel and Old School Rooms.
This week’s Friday Mixtape is by Blackpool-born musician Rae Morris, who released her second record Someone Out There at the end of January.
You may know Denzel Curry as the rapper and songwriter from Florida, America. We imagine it’s far less likely, however, that you know him as the athlete who “trains like a machine” in kung fu, boxing, jiu-jitsu and Muay Thai.
Bloomberg Businessweek has launched a new cover that features the bald heads of the CEOs of banks JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Set designer Gary Card’s Nicer Tuesdays talk took the audience on a quick tour of his eclectic career.
San Francisco-based photographer Mark Mahaney has a real knack for storytelling. Whether he’s capturing pot-growing nuns and their fridges full of merchandise or renowned surfer John John Florence in full bee keeping garb, it’s the detail in his work that conjures a tangible sense of place, especially when capturing the essence of American life.
Twin sisters Marta and Eva Yarza have gained quite the following for their graphic design capabilities and vision.
What with collaborating with David Byrne (of Talking Heads fame), redesigning one of Australia’s most respected photography magazines and wading through the Associated Press’ fashion film archive to create a video for Sydney band Love Deluxe, it’s been a busy couple of months for Melbourne studio Lost Art.
“Put down these memes and starter packs, the king of the fashion underground is back,” reads the description of stylist Clifford Jago’s latest publication, Clifford Jago & The Ice Queens.
Last week, Penguin announced that Benedict Cumberbatch will be reading the audiobook for physicist and author Carlo Rovelli’s novel The Order of Time.
Male or female, gay or straight, society has been, and continues to be, organised into binaries. The Female Perspective is a journal designed by Amsterdam-based Roosje Klap and Pauline Le Pape – who collaborate under the name Atelier Roosje Klap – that highlights and challenges these social stratifications.
“I like to say that graphic designers, at least in my case, act as storytellers,” states Amsterdam-based designer Virginie Gauthier.