Here London, curated by It's Nice That, is an annual symposium that brings together the world’s best creative talent. Graphic design legend Scott King spoke about his preoccupation with modern society’s warped obsession with the media. And how an idea-driven practice can combat this. Then there was some brilliantly bonkers work from pop-culture affianado and set designer Anna Lomax. Her unique structures bring photo shoots and ad campaigns (for the likes of Nike, Selfridges and Converse) to life on a regular basis. Meanwhile Iain Tate chatted digital advertising and the Old Spice man.
With loads more speakers, demostrations, screen printing and more, Here 2015 rocked it out last Friday, and saw big names and up-and-coming creatives alike share platforms and ideas. We’ve put together some of the most interesting Instagram posts of the day, to compile a little behind-the-scenes look.
First, there's the set up:
Then, the finished product:
Sunny day at #HereLondon
Gotta get that pass:
All the font luv:
Annie Atkins chats immersive graphics for Wes Anderson's Grand Budapest Hotel:
Listening to the fabulous Annie Atkins talk about designing the graphics for The Grand Budapest Hotel #HereLondon
Got a problem with public art? Ex i-D graphic designer, Scott King, has your back:
Vandaag is Kho op @itsnicethat's Here 2015 in London.
Creative director of Haw-Lin Services, Nathan Cowen, getting monochrome:
And Peckham Print Studio show off their skills:
Set designer Annie Lomax gets some well-deserved love:
And of course, all the nicely laid out swag:
A nice injection of creativity for a Friday #herelondon
Goodies from #herelondon yesterday.