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A Week Seen Through My Lens

A Week Seen Through My Lens, Lucy Holmes' Blog

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Each week is not planned nor defined. I observe and then design…

A visual blog by Lucy Holmes

A current preoccupation is colour (or color in US English). I don’t know the percentage, but I have worked with many graphic designers who are colour blind. It has made for some lively discussions and decision making over the years.

A Week Seen Through My Lens

A Week Seen Through My Lens—Lucy Holmes' Blog

Read Time: 1.5 minutes

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. 

Universal Everything Debuts Book and Podcast

Universal Everything Debuts Book and Podcast (image: book)

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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

New "Any Disability" Symbol Gets Resounding Westminster Support

New "Any Disability" Symbol Gets Resounding Westminster Support

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Building on the campaign by Grace Warnock, StudioLR as funded by Life Changes Trust (Edinburgh, Scotland) has designed a new "Any Disability" symbol to encourage awareness of people with invisible disabilities. Last week, Martin Whitfield, MP for East Lothian, led a Commons debate on invisible disabilities. Receiving full cross-party support, the new Any Disability symbol represents the full range of people who need to use accessible toilets and other facilities.

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