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It's Nice That to media partner again with Design Indaba in 2015!!


It’s Nice That is delighted to confirm that we’ll be media partnering with Design Indaba in Cape Town for a second year in 2015.

Toby Glanville on his career so far, and photographing Raymond Briggs


Fate dealt us a good hand a few weeks back, while we were searching for a portrait of Raymond Briggs to accompany an interview we did with him in the latest Printed Pages.

Great video collage shows what 24 hours of news looks like


A lot can happen in a day. And when a lot of things happen, you get a lot of pictures, as shown to rather mind-blowing effect in Parag K.

Extraordinary drawings of Jesus in the workplace by Larry Van Pelt


Artist Larry van Pelt wants to spread the word that “Jesus in life makes a difference.” Already a keen artist, Florida-based Larry decided to use his creative skills to spread the message, and began drawing Jesus in a number of different working environments.

Adi Goodrich’s new show is all popping colour, nipples and fun. Like Thiiiiis!


We’ve long admired the work of Californian set designer and art director Adi Goodrich. A veritable mistress of creating the sort of strange, cartoon-like scenes that pop with colour and ideas, she’s worked with big-name clients like Michel Gondry and Wieden+Kennedy, but she recently got in touch about an intriguing solo exhibition at The Standard hotel in Hollywood, entitled Like Thiiiiis.

Sam Lyon's extraordinary Jelly Gummies GIFs!


We recently came across Scottish artist Sam Lyon who resides in Dundee makes these jiggling, nonsensical, fleshy GIFs.

Adi Goodrich’s new show is all popping colour, nipples and fun. Like Thiiiiis!


We’ve long admired the work of Californian set designer and art director Adi Goodrich. A veritable mistress of creating the sort of strange, cartoon-like scenes that pop with colour and ideas, she’s worked with big-name clients like Michel Gondry and Wieden+Kennedy, but she recently got in touch about an intriguing solo exhibition at The Standard hotel in Hollywood, entitled Like Thiiiiis.

We're completely taken with these poster designs by Gabriel Jasmin


It’s the overriding rule of all things trend-driven that as soon as we take a big leap forward in technology we start to look back nostalgically, triggering all manner of retro imagery, touches and techniques.

It's not a Christmas gift guide or a festive joke, it's December's Things!


December might be a time of festive joy and giving, but it’s also the month of unsigned Christmas cards, weird crackers and press releases disguised as Christmas gifts, so naturally we decided to eschew all of the above and bring you all the other brilliant stuff we got sent this month, with little or no relation to the 25th.

A wonderfully innovative, movement-based Dance festival identity


At its core, dance is about innovation, beauty and movement – ideas executed brilliantly in this identity for a European contemporary dance festival by Verena Hennig and Ludwig Janoff.

Wilfred van der Weide strikes out on his own


Wilfred van der Weide was once part of Dutch design duo wilfredtimo, whose work we’ve been admirers of since we came across these superheroic graphics in 2012.

The fifth edition of Odiseo is on its way and it's ringing in some changes


Among the plethora of independent erotic titles all shimmying for our attention on the newsstands, Odiseo is one that shimmies a little more seductively.

A wonderfully innovative, movement-based Dance festival identity


At its core, dance is about innovation, beauty and movement – ideas executed brilliantly in this identity for a European contemporary dance festival by Verena Henning and Ludwig Janoff.

Photographer Toby Glanville on his career so far, and photographing Raymond Briggs


Fate dealt us a good hand a few weeks back, while we were searching for a portrait of Raymond Briggs to accompany an interview we did with him in the latest Printed Pages.

Playground's graphic design work is as colourful and fun as its name


Parisian studio Playground’s website really does reflect its name – a joyful metaphorical ball-pond of colour and fun.

Photographer Toby Glanville on his career so far, and photographing Raymond Briggs


Fate dealt us a good hand a few weeks back, while we were searching for a portrait of Raymond Briggs to accompany an interview we did with him in the latest Printed Pages.

A wonderfully innovative, movement-based Dance festival identity


At its core, dance is about innovation, beauty and movement – ideas executed beautifully in this identity for a European contemporary dance festival by Verena Henning and Ludwig Janoff.

Great video collage shows what 24 hours of news looks like


A lot can happen in a day. And when a lot of things happen, you get a lot of pictures, as shown to rather mind-blowing effect in Parag K.

We're looking for participants for an illustration-themed Studio Audience


Last week features editor Liv Siddall put out a call to arms to the illustration community, inviting practitioners young and old to push their discipline further and keep their work exciting and fresh.

We popped in to the bespoke wrapping paper store for glacéau vitaminwater


If you happen to be in central London doing your Christmas shopping this week you might well come across a rare gem of a shop in Soho, home to glacéau vitaminwater’s unique pop-up, in which a host of young creatives have been creating bespoke wrapping paper for those gift-givers who are all fingers and thumbs, and don’t fancy giving their presents in your standard brown paper packaging.


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