Stationery Compositions is the favoured extra-curricular activity of much-loved online stationery store Present & Correct.
We already praised Made Thought’s considered G. F Smith rebrand to the skies earlier this week but hot on the heels of the announcement we discovered this terrific book too.
After a week-long hiatus while we moved studio Studio Audience is back and wasting no time delivering some effervescent art and design chat to your lugholes.
There are various figures whose names I recognise – who have seeped into the contemporary cultural consciousness for some reason or other – but who I know nothing about.
As part of this year’s DesignMarch in Iceland, one of our favourite illustrators and designers, Siggi Odds, got together with a few collaborators to produce something 3D and tangible.
I love Pick Me Up, especially the private view. Fine cheese, meats, booze and the best illustration and graphic arts you can hope for under one roof.
It’s a universally acknowledged truth that the week back to work after a long weekend drags like no other, so with that in mind, we’re bringing you some light entertainment to break up your Thursday afternoon and while away the hours until Friday hits.
The people at It’s Nice That – including me – who aren’t really into football get reprimanded for referring to it as “the beautiful game” or “the game of two halves” or “the game of the reds and the blues.” But you know, it’s hard for someone who isn’t into football to get emotional about it.
Remember shooting your first roll of film as an enthusiastic and slightly precocious six year-old on a sticky disposable camera?
Architect and designer Ana Varela was born and raised in Madrid, Spain, where she graduated from the Superior School of Architecture with a bachelors degree in 2007.
British designers Agi Mdumulla and Sam Cotton are one of the biggest success stories of the London menswear scene in recent years.
Documentary photographer Brian Finke has travelled extensively across America capturing an incredible variety of people, professions and social rituals.
Swiss type foundry Grilli Type have just released GT Sectra, a bespoke typeface based on the calligraphic forms of a broad nib pen.
And so as Secret 7” draws to a close for another year; it’s always interesting to keep an eye on the big reveal.
We can all pretend that we don’t care that much about design awards but the truth is that it’s always interesting to see who wins what; particularly when it comes to the Design Museum’s prestigious Designs of the Year.
It was in 2007 that Yusuke Miyagawa’s Funky Jamaica first came out, but we were only just starting up then, so excuse us for missing it.
Another Flickr prodigy rears its multicoloured head in the form of Nadine Redlich, a German illustrator whose work is a dangerous cocktail of hilarious and magical puerility.
Bird-spotting, Santa-papping photographer Luke Stephenson has recently turned his attentions to the documentation of a Great British culinary staple; the humble 99.
There is more than one way to skin a cat, or so the old expression goes – and there’s more than one way to create a brilliantly effective fashion ad too, the new offering by Hermès being my case in question.
It’s always a pleasure when the new Port magazine drops through our letterbox and the latest issue was no exception.