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Design

Dot One converts DNA into graphic prints and textiles

Iona Inglesby has launched a company that converts DNA data into unique graphic prints and patterned textiles. Inglesby's Dot One takes its name from the 0.1% of each person's DNA that differs from that of other human beings. Apparently we share 50%...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Trends

The new era of conscious consumerism

The insatiable rise of the conscious consumer has taken extraordinary effect in the world of retail. The latest edition of Raconteur, in which Matter of Form (MOF) features, states two in three of us claim to be belief-driven buyers. A social...

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Inspiration

Creativepool Spotlight: Ben the Illustrator

Having won a silver award in last year's Creativepool Annual for New York City Department of Transport, self-employed artist Ben the Illustrator is the focus of this Spotlight Q&A. Find out about his route into the industry which has led to working...

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Design

Rebrand roundup: Cocoa Jones, The Big Issue, Azerbaijan and more

Cocoa Jones - Supple Studio​ The new branding for young chocolate product Cocoa Jones has been created by Supple Studio with a colourful theme that brings through the heritage and cultures of its two founders. The luxury confectionary company was...

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Design

Rebrand Roundup: New designers, the RAF, feeling super and other stories

Village Green - New Designers Graduate show New Designers has unveiled a new visual identity, featuring imagery that depicts a mishmash of brightly coloured materials and objects. Now in its 33rd year, the two-week-long graduate show highlights the...

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Events

London Design Fair: Dutch Stuff

This September is the first time that Dutch design will have a dedicated presence at London Design Fair, as over 65 studios, collectives, labels and independent makers from the Netherlands come together for an unprecedented national showcase. Dutch...

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Design

Rebrand Roundup: Netflix cannabis, eHarmony, YouTube and other stories

Carrot - Netflix Streaming giant Netflix has partnered with creative agency Carrot and a California cannabis dispensary, to produce weed themed around several of its TV series. The marijuana, which was produced in limited-edition packaging and went...

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Design

#wheredesignmeets #materials

From traditional ceramics to cutting-edge 3D printing technology, designjunction2017 is set to be the platform for innovative product design this September. In this week's newsletter, we take a look at six of our brands from the 2017 line-up who...

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Events

London Design Fair 2017: Curating the Curators

From 21st-24th September 2017, the London Design Fair will once more host the largest collection of international exhibitions, designers, brands, country pavilions and galleries, set in one dynamic location during the London Design Festival....

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Design

First look: Shop the show

designjunction2017 will be the London Design Festival's ultimate shopping destination, with a dedicated retail section perfect for buyers and design-savvy consumers. In The Canopy, more than 70 design-led pop up shops will sell everything from...

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Inspiration

Beach Meets: Ryan De La Hoz

We’ve followed the work of San Francisco Native Ryan De La Hoz for a while now - his fine art/collage practice especially - but it was only recently that we put two and two together and realised he also runs one of our best-selling (because...

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Beach Meets: Rosy Nicholas

WOW - A LONG overdue Beach Meets chat today with the AMAZING Rosy Nicholas: prop maker, illustrator, set designer, fashion designer, teacher, and craftswoman extraordinaire. We first met Rosy back in 2008 when she was working at Lazy Oaf - whom she...

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Trends

Design Trends 2017: Upcycling

The concepts of building something out of nothing and finding gold in somebody else's garbage are very much at the heart of a trend that could very well be seen as a euphemism for 2017 as a whole, given the widespread disappointment with the...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Inspiration

Trailblazers Exploring Eindhoven with Raw Color

The work of Raw Color explores materials and colours by mixing the fields of graphic design and photography. Founders, Daniera ter Haar & Christoph Brach, work on both self-initiated as well as commissioned projects in their Eindhoven-based studio....

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Design

Rebrand Roundup: Plant-based cafés, Red Bull, and New York fashion

Sagmeister & Walsh - Milly Sagmeister & Walsh has completed a rebrand and visual campaign for New York fashion label Milly. The team has applied its rich and vivid art direction trademark to create a campaign that will be produced in print,...

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Design

Mestic: Jalila Essaïdi creates a biotextile collection out of manure

Jalila Essaïdi, a 35-year-old Eindhoven designer and entrepreneur, has found an answer to the manure problem in her ongoing search for solutions to major social issues. She has developed a revolutionary technology, which effectively transforms...

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Design

DMY International Design Festival Berlin

For those of you not familiar with DMY Berlin, the annual contemporary design festival is hosted in the German capital, and each year it invites aspiring and established designers to present new products, prototypes and design concepts to an...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Technology

#TechTuesday: From playful electronics to drone football

Purposefully ridiculous, playful electronics from Slovenia Technology doesn't always have to be completely serious, sometimes it can be fun too! Enter the Slovenian designer Dan Adlešič, who recently updated his collection of toy-like...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Advertising

MIA teams up with H&M to encourage us to recycle our garments

Kicking off the first annual World Recycle Week on April 18, the goal of the “Rewear It” campaign, is to collect 1,000 Tons of used clothing at H&M stores worldwide, and keep them out of landfills by recycling them. It's rare indeed for...

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Design

Rebrand Roundup: From Ascot to CBBC

The Clearing - Ascot Ascot has been rebranded by The Clearing, which has sought to make the racecourse a destination brand in a bid to stop regular race meetings being overshadowed by flagship event Royal Ascot. Although Ascot attracts high profile...

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Design

The Controversial Uber Rebrand

A taxi service that has changed the way we think about taxi services, Uber has been a genuine phenomenon, but it's still finding its feet outside of the US, so it seems like an odd choice to instigate a complete company rebrand at this time. What's...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Inspiration

Focal Point: Celebrating Red, White & Blue with Crispin Finn

Crispin Finn aka Anna Fidalgo and Roger Kelly, are a London based duo obsessed with creating beautiful bits of design, illustration and typography in red, white and blue. Check out thier iconic cocktail screenprints...we're obsessed. So first off,...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Inspiration

Paris Dispatch: Narrating space at Germain restaurant

Germain is a Parisian restaurant like no other. It finds its home in the quaint Rue de Buci, surrounded by all the plushness of Boulevard St Germain. But whilst the location might be quintessentially Parisian, the restaurant’s interiors are...

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Advertising

Agency of the Week: J. Walter Thompson

Signalling the first signs of Christmas for Quality Street The First Signs of Christmas J. Walter Thompson London has teamed up with Quality Street to signal the real signs of Christmas by showering a street (and a cinema audience) with a blizzard...

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Design

Gitta Gschwendtner's Fabric of India opens at the V&A

Acclaimed furniture, interior and exhibition designer Gitta Gschwendtner has created a unique new spatial design for the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Fabric of India exhibition, which uses yarn to help house and tell the story of around 200...

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Design

London Design Festival 2015: The Highlights

Somerset House At this year’s festival, Somerset House, which is often seen as one of the main hubs of the event, exhibited a range of exciting design innovations. From tree-shaped furniture to a piano played by light and a virtual reality...

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