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The history of the Doomsday Clock design

As the 2022 number of seconds before potential apocalypse is announced, Michael Bierut and other designers discuss the history of one of the most important pieces of 20th century information design The post The history of the Doomsday Clock design appeared first on Creative Review.

Kaws brings his art to the Serpentine Gallery in London and Fortnite

Kaws: New Fiction in Fortnite © Epic GamesBrian Donnelly, the New York-based artist better known by his alias Kaws, is showing works in a new show at London’s Serpentine Gallery, his first major solo exhibition in the city. The exhibition, called New Fiction, blends Donnelly’s physical artworks – a combination of street art, graphic design and his...

An action-packed visual identity for SRF Sport

As one of the key brands within Swiss public service broadcaster Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen’s (SRF) output, SRF Sport connects millions of sports fans in Switzerland with national and international sporting events through TV, radio and digital. Working alongside the broadcaster, brand agency Superunion was tasked with creating a new visual identity...

How to focus in a world of distractions

How can creatives manage their 'whizzy' brains, and is our pursuit of concentration doomed to fail? Illustrator and writer Ben Tallon discusses how to avoid the demons of procrastination, and still find time to let the brain percolate The post How to focus in a world of distractions appeared first on Creative Review.

Netflix joins forces with CALM to install ‘Benches of Hope’ across the UK

Netflix joined forces with suicide prevention charity Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) for the campaign, which makes reference to a recurring scene across all three seasons of After Life – the park bench. Benches have long been places of commemoration in the UK and play an integral part in After Life, which follows the story of Tony Johnson,...

ThoughtMatter unveils a building block-style identity for World of Women

Artist Yam Karkai co-founded the World of Women (WoW) organisation, alongside partners BBA, Raphaël Malavieille, and Toomaie, in an effort to address the significant gender imbalance that dominates both cryptocurrency and the NFT market. The collection comprises 10,000 portraits of women, generated from an original artwork created by Karkai, and depicting...

To Instagram or not to Instagram

From battling algorithms to banned accounts, individuals across the creative industries are voicing frustrations with the platform. Is this the beginning of an Instagram exodus? And if so, what’s the alternative? The post To Instagram or not to Instagram appeared first on Creative Review.

Celebrating the design genius of Barney Bubbles

Barney Bubbles is a designer who manages to straddle two camps: he’s truly a ‘designers’ designer’, but also one whose work is celebrated by those outside of that, well, bubble. Best known for his work with record label Stiff, his distinctive imagery demonstrates both a rigorous understanding of design’s technicalities in its lines, layouts, grids...

Marlow’s brand identity stakes its claim as ‘The People’s Pillow’

Founded in 2014 off the back of husband and wife team Rich and Vicki Fulop’s desire to create ‘the internet’s favourite sheets’, Brooklinen has since carved out a niche for itself in the direct-to-consumer bedding market. With people spending more time than ever at home over the last couple of years, and needing to sleep better to offset any pandemic-induced...

Tom Etherington on stepping away from a dream role

Tom Etherington has left Penguin Press after six years as a cover designer at the publisher. He talks to us about why he gave up many designers’ dream job and what comes next The post Tom Etherington on stepping away from a dream role appeared first on Creative Review.

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