Find out more about the things that inspire and inform our work, a collection of news, views, case studies, and everything in-between.
Wondersphere Partners with You Can Now for Future-Focused Learning
We've partnered with You Can Now, the learning and development experts, to develop our team's skills and competencies using YCN's ‘brain buffet' online platform. From using our voices effectively to examining unconscious bias, we're really excited about the prospects and opportunities opened up through this new partnership.
This Shanghai Zero-Waste Glass Recycling Exhibition Gives a Masterclass in Circularity
An exhibition communicating the complete recyclability of glass at the Shanghai Museum of Glass uses upcycled materials and creates no waste to demonstrate the possible applications of a circular mentality.
The Mission to Rescue Beirut’s Cultural Heritage From Rubble
Two years after a huge explosion devastated the port area, architects are trying to ensure the city doesn’t lose the symbols of its heyday.
Do Pink Spirits Really Drive Sales?
Driven by continued growth of rosé wine, as well as visual appeal in the glass and on social media, the color pink has spread its way across clear spirit categories.
How the Occult Shaped Branding’s Obsession With Color
It was an obscure manifesto for spiritual synesthesia that sowed the seeds for the US’s 1920s Chromatic Revolution.
What is Graphic Design's Place in an Art Museum?
Three curators on the virtues and challenges of collecting, selecting, and displaying graphic design in a museum context.
Gusbourne Exclusive Release
A product identity built on the reputation of Gusbourne, introducing new audiences to the brand through supermarket sales.
Bulletproof's Redesign of Toblerone is Peak Triangle
Toblerone's redesign embraces their long tradition of being different in a world filled with rectangular and square chocolates.
Design Studio Creates Disappearing Stepping Stone Walkway in Norway
Architecture and design studio Snøhetta has installed a path of stones off the coast of Norway that emerges and disappears with the tide to illustrate "the passing of time". Located with views of Torghatten mountain in Helgeland, the stepped Traelvikosen Scenic Route installation encourages travellers to slow down and observe nature.
It Pays to Embrace the Embarrassment of Failure
On how creative agencies should embrace the pivot.
Theaster Gates Completes 'Black Chapel' as First Non-Architect to Design Serpentine Pavilion
The 21st Serpentine Pavilion dubbed Black Chapel was designed by Chicago-based artist Theaster Gates. Black Chapel draws inspiration from many of the architectural typologies that ground the artist’s practice.