The work of Marksteen Adamson is intriguing. He is a founding partner of Asha who gained an international reputation for being an inspiring creative strategist and problem solver. Marksteen advises global companies, governments, countries, and charities on brand strategy and brand behaviour.
If you, like us, are fans of the work of Foilco, it should be no surprise why we are chatting with David Segwick. His latest book is a 30×30 homage to the great work produced by the company presented through the minds of a range of amazing artists. It doesn’t end there. David himself has a style that captured our eye and made us fall in love with his work. (Even though he isn’t a fan of “style”) So naturally, we wanted to do an artist feature on him just to learn more.
Ricky has worked with some huge clients, Nike and Coca-Cola amongst them, but no matter the size has always brought his clean and stylish approach to the work. What we loved the most about him, however, was his insistence on encouraging the community and culture in design. He runs a podcast in which he chats to other artists whom he admires, a monthly newsletter and our personal favorite, the Daily Design Club website. We had a little chat with the man himself to learn more about all things Ricky Richards.
Lisa’s illustrations not only grab your eye straight away, they also have a playful nostalgia about them. They remind us of the beautiful and colourful books we would read as children whilst also managing to include a modern flair through their individuality.
Brendan Dawes dropped out of school when he was sixteen. He then became a photographer, a sound engineer, made a few electronic records and ended up working in an electronics factory. These days, however, he’s a designer and artist. Brendan “explores the interaction of objects, people, technology and art using form and code with an…