Coffee receipt-inspired, unpretentious and “quite literal”: Pop & Pac speaks about creating a coffee brand for everyone.
It’s Nice That’s guest editor Richard Turley sits down with designer Paul Barnes for a discussion on the ever developing outputs of the type design industry.
Over the next two weeks the creative director will share a series of articles and artists reflecting his opinion of the creative industry’s current landscape and how we move forward.
During the early ‘90s a group of artists, designers and musicians formed a collective studio, known only as tomato. In the years that followed, their experimental design approach led to era-defining work – always placing the process first.
The studio gives us an insight into its experience of designing an issue that has been five years in the making.
The artist behind the cherished children’s book series Le Petit Nicolas, Sempé also contributed countless New Yorker covers, each as gently characterful as the last.
As the heatwave continues, the illustrator offers a snapshot looking at the many ways people will be dealing with life in the swelteringly hot capital.
Reimagining the ancient Japanese folktale of a bamboo cutter, director Makoto Nagahisa weaves diverse creative threads into an awe-inducing whole. We speak to composer Keiichiro Shibuya about the project.
As we continue our fortnight exploration of the four-day working week, the director at Cha Chaan Teng tells us how studio-wide Wednesdays off have boosted morale and sparked creativity.
Kilala, the leading coloured contact lens brand in China, calls in ReflexDesign for a bubbly overhaul of “a complicated product range”.
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