Dezeen Awards 2021 media public vote winners include an animated website by Samuel Day

Dezeen readers have crowned projects by Ema Peter Photography, HGEsch Photography and three other studios winners of the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote in the media categories. Other winners include Mue Studio for its dreamlike render of a pool in an interior patio and Samuel Day for a website with an endless scroll full of animated characters. A total of...

Factory Records sleeves were «about things I didn’t have» says Peter Saville

Legendary designer Peter Saville has revealed the inspiration behind his early work for Factory Records, saying the influential covers featured «things that I saw and wished were part of my reality». Speaking at the launch of his fabric collection Technicolour for Danish brand Kvadrat at 3 Days of Design in Copenhagen, Saville talked to Dezeen about his design process and...

Volvo latest car brand to reveal flat logo

Swedish car manufacturer Volvo has revealed a flat, less colourful version of its longstanding Iron Mark logo. According to Volvo, the redesign is a «modern» reinterpretation of the original logo that aims to maintain its essence. The new logo is an all-black, flat design that retains the same circular shape and upward-pointing arrow first used by the brand in 1927. Volvo is...

Yinka Ilori creates 18 colourful crossings over London’s streets

London-based designer Yinka Ilori is transforming 18 pedestrian crossings for this year’s London Design Festival, using vibrant bands of colour. Ilori has replaced the usual black and white stripes on 11 colourful crossings on Tottenham Court Road in central London with bold shades of blue, orange, pink, purple and green. The designer has also teamed up with students from University of...

WPP building online «Minecraft world» featuring all its global offices in one place

Global communications group WPP is creating a digital campus in computer game Minecraft featuring replicas of its offices around the world, allowing employees to visit other buildings without leaving their desks. The «Minecraft world» will allow employees to attend events, launch projects and visit more than 19 offices, according to Colin Macgadie of BDG Architecture + Design who is helping...

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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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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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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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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...

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...