Category: Work

Athena Skates is a sun-drenched documentary that follows a group of young female roller skaters

For Elliott Gonzo, a British film director based in London, storytelling is something that arrived habitually. It was while watching Delicatessen, a film by French director Jean Pierre Jeunet – a “dark and twisted, hyperreal comedy about a cannibalistic butcher and landlord in a post-apocalyptic France” – that he as initially inspired to professionally pursue the […]
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“Design a planet saving piece of junk mail”

It’s easy to forget about our responsibility to the planet in these dire times, which is why, on Monday, climate club Adapt set you all an environmental-focussed challenge: “design a planet saving piece of junk mail”.  The wonderfully bad puns and Microsoft Word-esque designs have rolled in over the week and it was a treat […]
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Clarice Tudor’s self-deprecating comics tackle themes of anxiety, friendship and Jeff Bezos

Pulling on our ingrained familiarity with comic strips like Garfield and Peanuts, Leicester-based illustrator Clarice Tudor has crafted a practice rife with original, jubilant and flawed characters – often playing the role of your wholesome, supportive friend, as well as people you’d rather not know. They exist in an accessible absurdist world, coloured with a youthful […]
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Remember those awkward years between teenage-hood and your early 20s? Well, now you can relive them with Jenny Jokela

Jenny further explains, “Both Celia and I experienced feelings of not quite fitting in and feeling socially claustrophobic in our hometown of Helsinki.” Looking back on their early steps into adulthood with retrospect, the two friends fondly remember the old anxieties that seem funny now, as well as the silly behaviours from a distant time. […]
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Press & Fold argues the days of luxury meaning “abundance, opulence, extravagance” are over

On the other hand, Hanka feels that there is a different approach to the concept (and fashion in general), particularly among a new generation of fashion designers, researchers, writers and curators. This vanguard is motivated by the “sorry state of the fashion system and its exploitative labour practices, environmental pollution, depletion of resources and exclusionary […]
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meet tapestry artist Kayla Mattes

Tapestry artist Kayla Mattes, whose work often looks at the wider world and the way we discuss it digitally, has noticed something specific about internet culture’s fondness of cats. Across social media, many meme fans will notice that cats are used in a variety of ways, leading these furry creatures to have a variety of […]
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For Milan-based studio Dallas, typography is the foundation of graphic design

It’s a passion that both designers are passing down to students in their respective schools in Milan. Francesco adds on this: “Being in constant contact with students allows us to continuously re-evaluate the basics of our profession and the conceptual vitality of our decisions.” Fundamentally, however, for Dallas, typography is the foundation of every project, […]
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Geran Knoll gets a little obsessive over elements in his work

When illustrator and artist Geran Knol embarks on a new area of work (sometimes it’s a style or maybe a subject), he has a tendency to get a little obsessed with it. For instance, a little while ago, Geran went through a phase of drawing men sitting on chairs which fans of his will certainly […]
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