Interview: Cecilia Erlich on Text, Type and Modern Day Graphics
Delighting in making text and type works of art in their own right, graphic designer Cecilia Erlich spoke to editorial assistant Christina Donoghue about her work, influences and the artistic duality type can offer.
Bianca Saunders Unveils New Logo
And just like that... a simple move from a Sans Serif to Serif typeface saw Bianca Saunders elevate her brand's logo, image and style.
Karl Lagerfeld Welcomes the 'KL' House Monogram
Switching up the distinctive Karl Lagerfeld house codes, the french house introduces its new Art Deco-inspired KL monogram logo.
Burberry Dedicate Their Latest Campaign to the TB Summer Monogram
The newly designed Burberry monogram, courtesy of world-renowned graphic designer Peter Saville and the house's creative director Riccardo Tisci, is about to go on a limitless adventure that will combine nature and technology in a new brand campaign.
Fashion Film: Okada Man
This film explores the significance of fashion as a statement of identity and status amongst Nigerian Okada bikers.
The Thomas Burberry Monogram Collection
Riccardo Tisci commissioned Nick Knight and a unique team of British creatives, including Peter Saville and Katy England, to bring the Thomas Burberry Monogram to life.
Campaign Film: The Thomas Burberry Monogram Collection
Model Gigi Hadid transforms into several characters for Burberry's first monogram collection in this film by Nick Knight, Britt Lloyd and Raquel Couceiro.
Video Essay: Logos
Consultant and logo obsessive Mandi Lennard gives a personal take on fashion's relationship with branding, citing key items from her archive.
Essay: People Power
Branded: Nomzamo Majuqwana on who controls a logo's meaning and context.
Fashion Film: Branded #2
Bess NYC gives the Dior branding one of his signature make-overs, re-appropriating their ads alongside uncanny horror footage.
Fashion Film: Branded #1
Bess NYC explores the shifting meaning and appropriation of imagery and the power of branding in this fake fashion film which utilises the Givenchy logo and juxtaposes it with horror film clips.