Feature

 
Dafi Kühne: By his own hand

Dafi Kühne: By his own hand

Jan Middendorp

Swiss designer Dafi Kühne works wholly in traditional letterpress techniques with entirely contemporary results
 
Spassky Fischer: Concrete moves

Spassky Fischer: Concrete moves

John-Patrick Hartnett

The work of this prolific young French studio is founded on practicality and systems, while transcending such prosaic methods
 
‘As, not for’: The critique goes on

‘As, not for’: The critique goes on

Silas Munro

‘As, Not For: Dethroning Our Absolutes’ is an itinerant exhibition of work by black designers whose legacy has been neglected for too long
 
Minjoo Ham: Ode to darkness

Minjoo Ham: Ode to darkness

Ferdinand P. Ulrich

Minjoo Ham’s charming heavyweight Hangul typeface, inspired by Korean movie posters, is now available in a Latin version
 
Malika Favre: Gridlocked

Malika Favre: Gridlocked

John L. Walters

A love of mathematics and geometry underpins the immaculate illustrations of Malika Favre
 
Richard Turley: Mag-man ad-man

Richard Turley: Mag-man ad-man

Interview by John L. Walters

‘There is rarely any doubt in advertising or branding. The default setting is “amazing”. Whereas in editorial, the core tenet is doubt.’ [EXTRACT]
 
Studio Blup: Remixing the here and now

Studio Blup: Remixing the here and now

Derek Yates

Dines’s Studio Blup represents a radical challenge to the monoculture that still dominates current design
 
Sophie Thomas: Campaigner

Sophie Thomas: Campaigner

Interview by John L. Walters

‘You need a creative or design-oriented brain to figure out what the system is and how to shift it. Designers are good at this.’ [EXTRACT]
 
Liza Enebeis: Curious creative director

Liza Enebeis: Curious creative director

Interview by John L. Walters

‘Since the outbreak of Covid-19, the world feels more united. This may be a trigger in the future for how we can be more unified and achieve results as a world collective.’
 
Jack Davison: Play of light

Jack Davison: Play of light

Kathy Ryan

Each of Jack Davison’s portraits is a spontaneous dance with his subject, says New York Times Magazine photo director Kathy Ryan
 
< First  < 3 4 5 6 7 >  Last >