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Brian Singer
Lyam Bewry:

An ongoing series by Brian Singer aka Someguy aimed at raising awareness of the rising number of unhoused people in San Francisco.

The local artist uses hand-painted sleeping bags on street railings as a means of spreading the message. The installations are temporary, and the sleeping bags are intended to be taken by anyone that needs one.

Logo R.I.P.
The Stone Twins
Lyam Bewry:

Logo R.I.P is a self-initiated project by The Stone Twins, commemorating iconic logos that have been lost at the turn of the 21st century.

It features international design classics such as AT&T (Saul Bass), British Steel (David Gentleman), NASA (Danne & Blackburn) and PanAm (Chermayeff & Geismar).

Norway’s Recycling Symbols
Goods & Heyday
Lyam Bewry:

Norway’s National Recycling Symbols are a unified system to label products, bins and recycling facilities. The scheme helps decrease confusion around recycling, in turn lowering the hurdle for people to correctly dispose of waste.

Norwegian studios Goods and Heydays worked together to design the system, basing the pictograms on the Danish system designed by Futu that was rolled out.

See the full project here.

Mama Shelter
GBH
Lyam Bewry:

Rediscovered this project by GBH (now Our Friends) from 2012 for Mama Shelter, a chic, eclectic hotel group with an 'off-beat vibe'.

The branding takes an unconventional approach. Playing off the name “Mama”, a hen is used as a marque where the space between its legs form the shape of an egg. Hen imagery is carried though to other collateral, including leg tags for each location.

Crocodile Cradle
A Practice for Everyday Life
Dominic Hofstede:

A typically thoughtful and sensitive project by A Practice for Everyday Life. Crocodile Cradle was an exhibition held on three platforms: a filmed online performance, a publication, and a text collage installed on PEER's glass façade in east London. The artist Simon Moretti invited 51 artists to supply a text that they have written or found, exploring the articulation of social connection during a period of enforced distance.

Camouflaged Cars of Tokyo
Alice Ishiguro Tosey
Lyam Bewry:

Beautiful, observant photographs taken by Alice Ishiguro Tosey capturing the visual relationship between people's homes and vehicles in Tokyo. The photo series tell a story of an everyday society appreciative of aesthetic harmony and beauty.

The collective body of images have been released as a limited edition book of 200 copies.

For more information about the book or project, visit here.

Guardian 200 Years
Oliver Agency
Rob Duncan:

In 2021, the Guardian turned 200, and the newspaper wanted to celebrate the milestone with existing readers whilst gaining new subscribers. Instead of celebrating past achievements, the Guardian chose to focus on what comes next.

The campaign uses very clever copywriting and juxtaposition of billboards — Obviously a copy led direction for a newspaper but definitely not obvious copy. Fantastic work by Oliver Agency who have structured themselves to exclusively design, build and run bespoke in-house agencies and marketing systems for brands. This must be a real challenge as a model but they are proving that it works by producing great work like this.

Kvadrat Campaign
Graphic Thought Facility
Lyam Bewry:

Kvadrat is a creative leader in textiles manufacturing and products. Their 2016 campaign art directed by GTF and Peter Saville beautifully captures their yarns with the unexpected addition of kittens, playing on the cliché that they love to playing with balls of wool.

Chilly's – Dear Big Water
Uncommon
Lyam Bewry:

Campaign for Chilly's Bottles on World Refill Day by Uncommon that writes an open letter to some of the biggest water brands, specifically one's known to come in single-use plastic bottles.