Design Students: No one cares about you…

Are you looking for a new job? Are you entering the job market? Our CEO Ross delivered a Keynote at the Open Window Institute to their graduating class. His hope was to prepare and inspired them to take on the job market with a different perspective in mind. Take what you have learnt and join […]

The Vignelli Canon

I recently re-listened to this podcast featuring the late Massimo Vignelli, best-known for creating the iconic New York City subway map, discusses intellectual elegance, education, love, the pitfalls of marketing, and his long career in design. I urge you to download the  Vingelli Canon a concise bible of his approach to designing just about anything. This […]

Korean Artist Watercolors Cities She Visits

Artist, graphic designer and illustrator Sunga Park has been travelling the world. Where most of us put our feet up and relax she has been creating soothing watercolour paintings of architecture that she admires during her stay in each location. Hamberg, Germany   Ayasofia, Istanbul Zagreb, Croatia Harrods, London Tom Gates, Oxford View the rest […]

This Guy Turns Coffee Stains into Little Monsters and It’s Awesome

You will never look at coffee stains the same way again. They will no longer be problems in the form of brown blobs, but an opportunity for your imagination to run wild — well that’s how designer Stefan Kuhnigk sees it. There are more than 485 of these little Monsters to date. You can visit […]

Striking Surrealism

Meet Afarin Sajedi – a bold and striking artist creating powerful and surreal artworks. She was educated at Tehran Azad University and has since had numerous exhibitions and shows. Her achievements include various titles and a Golden medal in students’ pencil painting competitions since 1992 and Multi-time Best College Performance titles 2000- 2004 Enjoy a selection of […]

Heartwarming Illustrations by Pascal Campion

Fall in love with these heartwarming illustrations by Pascal Campion. Pascal captures us with artworks that all of us can relate to. Like that time in your childhood when you would hang out with your buddies and explore the neighborhood… or that time when it was really snowy/rainy when you would sit by the window […]