Each week is not planned nor defined. I observe and then design…
A visual blog by Lucy Holmes
This collection of things I’ve seen are all about texture and shapes. I’m currently working on a project that challenges how we "see" things. As a collection, there is a richness in color, but more importantly they are visual references for my work.
Ian Whybrow and Heath Pedrola are partners of newly formed Whybrow Pedrola (London). They are from different sides of the planet; South East England for Ian and North East Australia for Heath.They met at a Society of Experiential Graphic Design event in San Francisco.
We've chosen our top 10 summer architecture and design exhibitions from around the world. To find out about industry events taking place in July, August and September, look at our comprehensive month-by-month guide.
Matt Pyke, founder and creative director of Universal Everything (London), calls his studio a “digital art and design collective." And now, after 15 years of revolutionary work in the digital realm, the studio has its first book: "What is Universal Everything?" (Unit Editions, 2019).
“[Universal Everything] creates gorgeous visual spectacles on screen that, while they will never be attained in physical reality, reinterpret the nuances of natural human motion and seem to have a soul, a heartbeat, and the breath of life.” –Vice
As part of our series looking at jobs in design studios, we speak to Pelin Morris, wayfinding graphic designer at Endpoint, about her fascination with human behaviour, why she observes people in shopping centres, and the importance of legibility.
Each week is not planned nor defined. I observe and then design…A visual blog by Lucy Holmes.
Leaving my apartment (the Richard Rogers building Montevetro ‘mountain of glass’) and heading out to a meeting, I spotted the rainbow of light from a floor spot on the internal concrete walkway.
City ID (Bristol) recently published a white paper entitled "Airport | Rethinking the Guest Experience: A Holistic Approach to Wayfinding," proposing Wayfinding as a service—putting the needs of guests first in the design of all elements that aid visitor understanding and experience of airport environments.