Bits & Pieces - For the Curious Minded

Notes & Links #3

  • We moved to the forest to fight climate change’- Janne Utriainen, his wife and four daughters are tackling climate change in their own way: they’ve moved to a remote location in northern Lapland where they live off the land.

  • Leslie David Studio - Paris. We aim to propose a creative vision and singular esthetics to our clients from beauty, fashion, lifestyle and music industries.

  • The bogs are alive: how art is healing Scottish peatlands - An ambitious project is restoring areas of blanket bog in the heart of the Flow Country in northern Scotland that have been damaged by forestry planting.

  • Inspired Design Decisions: Ernest Journal - Andy Clarke will teach you how to use frameworks to create layouts as engaging as in the well-known Ernest Journal. All it takes is an understanding of layout design and imagination.

  • June Fraser was a pioneering graphic designer and has died aged 88. She began her career in the 1950s at Design Research Unit, where her output included visual identities for Bata shoes and British Sugar, a logotype and packaging for Wedgwood, a logo for Sadler’s Wells theatre, and packaging for the Royal Mint. In 1980, she became head of graphics at John Lewis Partnership and 1984 she was recruited by the Design Council of Great Britain to head its industrial design division.

  • Worth a Watch - Rams: Principles of Good Design - Dieter’s philosophy is about more than just design. It is about a way to live.

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