In Iran, Mahsa Amini died for a lock of hair poorly concealed behind her headscarf, giving rise to a massive protest movement against the mullahs' regime. The gesture of a severed lock of hair becoming the symbol of this struggle gives us the opportunity to look back at the many
Why and how anti-feminicide collages, through their "graphic charter" as simple as it is powerful, have opened a wide breach in the public debate. An opportunity to try to untangle how the "branding of a social movement" differs from the "classic branding of brands".
Le MoMa est un musée incontournable et son logotype est devenu une référence de l'identité visuelle et du branding culturel. Découvrez la personne à l’origine de cette création graphique qui réconcilie génie et simplicité.
Robida, Verne, Schuiten... Here is an overview of the representations of writers, draughtsmen, scriptwriters and architects who have contributed to dreaming of the city of the future in a utopian impulse, or to underline its limits.
The Brand New Conference is an annual 2-day event that brings together the crème de la crème of influential graphic designers and during which brand identity and logos are discussed. An American-style must-have led by a couple of designers who create a new identity for each edition.
Advertising sometimes offers us UFOs that seem to escape simple marketing specifications to project us towards an unexpected elsewhere. Here's an analysis of the symbolic mystery of Chanel's latest Chance perfume ad, directed by Jean-Paul Goude in 2016.
De l'art imberbe à Freud, en passant par les règles bleues des publicités, le sexe féminin fait honte, surtout parce que l'on l'a tant caché. Le voici qui sort enfin de l'ombre et brise peu à peu les tabous.
With their modern, minimalist and lively identity, Railfreight's rail freight badges will leave their mark on the British transport landscape for a long time to come. So much so, in fact, that they have become designers' favorite trains!
For over 20 years, Gordon Young has been working on the border between art, graphic design and typography. To his credit, he has created dozens of art installations in public spaces, a forest of typographic trees, a wall of wishes in a school and this incredible Comedy Carpet in Blackpool!
Let's fly to Brazil to meet a local star. It's neither the Cristo Redentor, nor Gilberto Gil, Pelé or even Giselle Bündchen. We will talk about curves though, but introduce you to the famous orelhões, the Brazilian phone booth of Oi -the local phone company.