Following my moan about the dearth of decent 2010 calendars in Design Week, I was delighted to receive the latest offering from the good people at Airside.
Came across this quite brilliant pack of typographic playing cards the other week.
Finding a suitable 2010 calendar has been a struggle.
Once a sub-editor, always a sub-editor. That’s how I started out in magazines and newspapers many years ago, and it’s a discipline that’s stayed with me.
I don’t want to come over as some sad old stamp geek, but thanks to a long association with Royal Mail Design, I’ve learned a thing or two about this minuscule art form.
It’s finally out.
It near brings a tear to the proud, fatherly eye.
This is my 10-year-old son Lukje’s latest homework assignment, which was to design an eco-friendly vehicle.
Thought this would be the perfect date to share one of my all-time favourite pieces of packaging.
Gown… check. Wig… check. Nose for a winner… check.
Jim will once again be taking his place as one of the judges for this year’sDesign Week Awards.
If you’ve visited the ‘recently’ section of this website of late, you’ll know that we’ve finally decamped to a sleek new studio directly underneath our previous space (and just a short hop a