Jean Jullien paints surfboards to look like playful marine animals

Illustrator Jean Jullien has designed a collection of graphic surfboards hand-painted to look like sea animals, which he describes as objects you could «put on your wall as much as you could surf with». Created in collaboration with Geoffray Sipoir of French company Fernand Surfboards, the collection includes four different-sized foam boards illustrated by Jullien as individual creatures. Jullien’s surfboards...

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Jean Jullien paints surfboards to look like playful marine animals

Illustrator Jean Jullien has designed a collection of graphic surfboards hand-painted to look like sea animals, which he describes as objects you could «put on your wall as much as you could surf with». Created in collaboration with Geoffray Sipoir of French company Fernand Surfboards, the collection includes four different-sized foam boards illustrated by Jullien as individual creatures. Jullien’s surfboards...

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Seven graphic design projects from students at University for the Creative Arts

A graphic novel based on a 1920 science fiction play and a creative platform encouraging students to collaborate feature in Dezeen’s latest school show by students at the University for the Creative Arts. Also included is a botanical magazine that explores the popularity of the houseplant industry and an app designed to highlight fake news stories. University for the Creative...

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Seven graphic design projects from students at University for the Creative Arts

A graphic novel based on a 1920 science fiction play and a creative platform encouraging students to collaborate feature in Dezeen’s latest school show by students at the University for the Creative Arts. Also included is a botanical magazine that explores the popularity of the houseplant industry and an app designed to highlight fake news stories. University for the Creative...

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Seven graphic design projects from students at University for the Creative Arts

A graphic novel based on a 1920 science fiction play and a creative platform encouraging students to collaborate feature in Dezeen’s latest school show by students at the University for the Creative Arts. Also included is a botanical magazine that explores the popularity of the houseplant industry and an app designed to highlight fake news stories. University for the Creative...

Seven graphic design projects from students at University for the Creative Arts

A graphic novel based on a 1920 science fiction play and a creative platform encouraging students to collaborate feature in Dezeen’s latest school show by students at the University for the Creative Arts. Also included is a botanical magazine that explores the popularity of the houseplant industry and an app designed to highlight fake news stories. University for the Creative...

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Marie Boulanger explores how typography perpetuates gender stereotypes

Type designer Marie Boulanger has written a book about how typography is a «dangerous tool» for reinforcing gendered stereotypes and bias in design. Called XX, XY: Sex, Letters and Stereotypes, the book unpacks how fonts can be assigned masculine or feminine associations that are used to reinforce the binary when designing products and packaging. Top: the back of the book displays...

Marie Boulanger explores how typography perpetuates gender stereotypes

Type designer Marie Boulanger has written a book about how typography is a «dangerous tool» for reinforcing gendered stereotypes and bias in design. Called XX, XY: Sex, Letters and Stereotypes, the book unpacks how fonts can be assigned masculine or feminine associations that are used to reinforce the binary when designing products and packaging. Top: the back of the book displays...

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Marie Boulanger explores how typography perpetuates gender stereotypes

Type designer Marie Boulanger has written a book about how typography is a «dangerous tool» for reinforcing gendered stereotypes and bias in design. Called XX, XY: Sex, Letters and Stereotypes, the book unpacks how fonts can be assigned masculine or feminine associations that are used to reinforce the binary when designing products and packaging. Top: the back of the book displays...