In 1961, Belgian photographer Harry Gruyaert turned to colour photography while he was living in Paris – it was this, combined with his images of Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and America during the 70s, that garnered attention from the industry.Read More
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the national art center of tokyo opening its doors, architect emmanuelle moureaux has created a large scale paper installation – ‘forest of numbers’ – to welcome guests into the exhibition room. The installation consists of a stream of 60,000 brightly colored numerals is suspended from the ceiling, representing the institution’s next decade.Read More
A couple of years ago, the Canadian-based photographer, Forsyth, started to look at subways differently than most rush-hour commuters; and since then he hasn’t looked back. His mild obsession of seeing underground structures and vehicles as a kind of beauty developed into a photo series of metro stations all over the world.Read More
Did you know that Ritz Crackers was named after the world famous RITZ HOTEL? The crackers offer consumers a fun, new way to experience the taste of luxury without leaving their couch.
From a new logo for the Co-op to the relaunch of our very own website, we round up some of the key design events from the last seven days.Read More