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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.

Giles Duley's unseen photos of the vulnerable victims of the war in Syria


A couple of weeks ago, Channel 4 aired a documentary (below) which saw photographer Giles Duley (himself a triple amputee) meet some of the disabled victims of the war in Syria.

Airco Caravan paints motel rooms that have played host to gruesome murders


I don’t care how nice the wallpaper or the lampshades may be, there’s something creepy about the stereotypical American motel featured in films, novels and plays.

Impeccable record sleeve design from Amsterdam studio HOAX


I was surprised to learn that Amsterdam’s HOAX studio don’t seem to have been on the site before, and faced with their wide-ranging portfolio it was a challenge to focus in on a narrative that made sense.

Studio Regular show that it's 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.

Fantastic animations for Harvard's online neuroscience course


Nothing helps the brain learn better than a good old visual aid, so what better way to tackle Harvard’s online neuroscience course than to watch these clever animations.

Giles Duley's unseen photos of the vulnerable victims of the war in Syria


A couple of weeks ago, Channel 4 aired a documentary (below) which saw photographer Giles Duley (himself a triple amputee) meet some of the disabled victims of the war in Syria.

Joan Didion's nephew working on documentary of her extraordinary life


Some writers create page-turners; masters of narrative and plot that compel you to keep on reading. In some ways Joan Didion is the opposite, although her writing is no less compelling.

Water, water everywhere – arresting VFX experiments from Lumiere Studios


Lumiere Studios’ experiments in RealFlow software seamlessly flow out of the territory of tech and funnel into something rather lovely.

Airco Caravan paints motel rooms that have played host to gruesome murders


I don’t care how nice the wallpaper or the lampshades may be, there’s something creepy about the stereotypical American motel featured in films, novels and plays.

Water, water everywhere – arresting VFX experiments from Lumiere Studios


Lumiere Studios’ experiments in RealFlow software seamlessly flow out of the territory of tech and funnel into something rather lovely.

Impeccable record sleeve design from Amsterdam studio HOAX


I was surprised to learn that Amsterdam’s HOAX studio don’t seem to have been on the site before, and faced with their wide-ranging portfolio it was a challenge to focus in on a narrative that made sense.

Studio Build's creative director Michael C. Place on his favourite books


Having founded London-based design studio Build in 2001, creative director Michael C. Place has amassed his fair share of books in his time, with a healthy combination of design knowledge to be found tucked between the spines on the studios (admirably well-organised) shelf.

Airco Caravan paints motel rooms that have played host to gruesome murders


I don’t care how nice the wallpaper or the lampshades may be, there’s something creepy about the ubiquitous American motel featured in films, novels and plays.

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.

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.

Luca Perrin's photographs focus on the details of architecture


Every once in a while it’s worth having a good old stare at the architecture around us. Often we simply stop noticing buildings because they’re so good at doing what they’re supposed to do; which is a shame because as well as functionality, there’s an overlooked beauty within those structures we can all appreciate.

Luca Perrin's photographs focus on the details of architecture


Every once in a while it’s worth having a good old stare at the architecture around us. Often we simply stop noticing buildings because they’re so good at doing what they’re supposed to do; which is a shame because as well as functionality, there’s an overlooked beauty within those structures we can all appreciate.

Michael Parkin's illustrations are wonderfully observed


Michael Parkin’s portfolio is a wonderful mix of commissioned work interspersed with personal projects, which is exactly what you want when looking through a creative’s website.


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