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When to wake up, what to drink and how to work: “how to live like a creative” unveiled


What creatives do all day, from when they wake up to how much coffee they drink and what they dream about has been unveiled by online platform Format.

Benetton combines the ethnicity of cities to create the “face” of fashion capitals


To launch its Carnival Collection, Benetton has unveiled a new campaign called The Face of the City that celebrates ethnic diversity in the fashion capitals of the world.

VSCO develops new typeface and a symbol-based language as part of its rebrand


Visual platform and photography app VSCO has launched a new visual identity, based around the VSCO Gothic typeface developed in collaboration with Letters of Sweden founder Göran Söderström.

When to wake up, what to drink and how to work: “how to live like a creative" unveiled


What creatives do all day, from when they wake up to how much coffee they drink and what they dream about has been unveiled by online platform Format.

Vibrant and bold work from French illustrator Marylou Faure


Marylou Faure moved to London three years ago having spent five years in her home city of Paris studying graphic design, typography and illustration at Penninghen.

VSCO develops a symbol-based language as part of its rebrand


Visual platform and photography app VSCO has launched a new visual identity, based around the VSCO Gothic typeface developed in collaboration with Letters of Sweden founder Göran Söderström.

Poised for greatness: Gustl the dog as photographed by proud owner Lukas Wassmann


Lukas Wassmann’s photographs have a wit to them that seems effortless; framing otherwise drab or ignored moments, high fashion profiles and commercial collaborations with the same offbeat humour.

Jack Davison shoots parrots with PTSD for The New York Times Magazine


We already knew 2016 was set to be a good year for Jack Davison – he was, after all, one of our Ones to Watch – so when we came across a new story he shot for the The New York Times Magazine we were all eyes and ears.

Noma Bar creates animated cancer information spot


Noma Bar has created an animated spot for New York-presbyterian-hospital that explains the site’s immunotherapy treatment.

Noma Bar creates animated cancer information spot


Noma Bar has created an animated spot for New York-presbyterian-hospital that explains the site’s immunotherapy treatment.

Graphic designer Kristoffer Halse Sølling navigates the power play between customer and superstore


Kristoffer Halse Sølling’s illustrated and silkscreened essay Design as Power speculates on the power play between customers and superstores such as furniture behemoth IKEA.

Our round-up of last night’s Super Bowl 50 ads


So it was the big game last night which also saw the Super Bowl celebrate it’s 50th year. Whether you stayed up to watch the game or couldn’t give a hoot that the Broncos beat the Panthers, everyone knows the real excitement is in the deluge of ads that erupts before and during the game.

What do you do if your design agency fails? One designer and ex-agency owner's support and advice


Last month we posted an opinion piece discussing how to set up an agency and “survive the design apocalypse.” But as most of us know, it’s never all plain sailing.

Vibrant and bold work from French illustrator Mary Lou Faure


Mary Lou Faure moved to London three years ago having spent five years in her home city of Paris studying graphic design, typography and illustration at Penninghen.

Our round-up of last night’s Super Bowl 50 ads


So it was the big game last night which also saw the Super Bowl celebrate it’s 50th year. Whether you stayed up to watch the game or couldn’t give a hoot that [ ] beat [ ], everyone knows the real excitement is in the deluge of ads that erupts before and during the game.

Vibrant and bold work from French illustrator Mary Lou Faure


Mary Lou Faure moved to London three years ago having spent five years in her home city of Paris studying graphic design, typography and illustration at Penninghen.

Hato’s responsive identity design for Pick Me Up 2016


For Pick Me Up’s 2016 iteration, Hato has designed a digital tool for the public to create letterforms that will then be used in the festival identity.

Hato’s responsive identity design for Pick Me Up 2016


For Pick Me Up’s 2016 iteration, Hato has designed a digital tool for the public to create letterforms that will then be used in the festival identity.

What do you do if your design agency fails? One designer and ex-agency owner's support and advice


Last month we posted an opinion piece discussing how to set up an agency and “survive the design apocalypse.” But as most of us know, it’s never all plain sailing.

What do you do if your design agency fails? One designer and ex-agency owner's support and advice


Last month we posted an opinion piece discussing how to set up an agency and “survive the design apocalypse.” But as most of us know, it’s never all plain sailing.


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