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Photofusion’s new show reveals the forgotten residents of a Norfolk town

Photofusion, a photography centre and gallery in London’s Brixton that supports emerging and mid-career artists, is currently hosting an exhibition of work by British photographer Jim A Mortram. Composed of images from his ongoing series Small Town Inertia, the show delves into over a decade worth of photographs taken by Mortram in his home of Dereham. Situated in Norfolk, the...

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New branding for Gyroscope hopes to make crypto less daunting

Stability is in the name for Gyroscope, a new cryptocurrency developed by FTL Labs. Much like the device that serves as its namesake, this new ‘stablecoin’ promises to be less susceptible to environmental changes than its predecessors. Gyroscope is being marketed as the answer to the convoluted and confusing world of decentralised finance (DeFi). But with many of us already...

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London Fire Brigade launches new typeface alongside design exhibition

Designed by the Foundry Types in partnership with Studio Sutherl&, the London Fire Brigade’s new typeface looks back to the service’s lengthy history for inspiration, drawing on architecture, signage, fire engines, and the lettering seen on Victorian water pumps. The London Fire Brigade needed a typeface for certain touchpoints like its new shop and signage around its buildings… Source...

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&Walsh references Austrian art history for its Kathrein Privatbank rebrand

Kathrein Privatbank is a private bank in Austria, aimed at helping its clients to better manage their finances and ultimately “better live their narrative”. To do so, it offers a highly personalised experience through its range of products and services. The company reached out to New York-based creative agency &Walsh to work on a rebrand that would position it as...