Find out more about the things that inspire and inform our work, a collection of news, views, case studies, and everything in-between.
What has and hasn't changed for Challengers in 21 Years
They've never been more popular, but the context in which they operate is critically different.
Hanifa digitally debuts Pink Label Congo fashion collection using 3D models
Seemingly invisible models wore 3D-rendered garments in a virtual show that Congolese brand Hanifa held on Instagram Live to showcase its latest fashion collection.
The role of graphic design in protest movements
As race protests spark throughout the world, we look at the role of graphic design and why the movement must ultimately "not stop with an image".
Can We Teach Graphic Design History Without the Cult of Hero Worship?
Let’s engage in a thought experiment. Think about what you know about graphic design history. Then omit all mention of design heroes. Try for a moment not to think about the objects of design.
D.C. Artists Paints 'Black Lives Matter' Mural on Road to White House
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said the mural was intended to show support of people outraged by the killing of George Floyd.
Let’s Not Forget
56 Black Men founder Cephas Williams has led a campaign honouring George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and those who “haven’t made it to a hashtag”.
Stay home, stay positive campaign
How could staying at home and staying safe be turned into a positive movement?
Cards made in quarantine
Cards made in lockdown by Nitsan Dror are designed to bring us together.
6 Feet Covers, “social distancing” on iconic album covers
To raise awareness about the importance of staying at least 6 feet away from each other, Activista created a series called 6 Feet Covers.
We are living in times unlike anything we have ever known. Although our studio doors are closed, we continue to work as before and believe that carrying on 'as normal' is the best way to play our small part.
In Good Health, the latest content created for Invest for Good
With much of Africa living in informal settlements, one enterprising young woman decided to bring quality healthcare to the people who previously couldn’t afford it.