Oh Sh*t… What Now?: Honest Advice for New Graphic Designers

Posted by Fabio 4 April 2018

So you’ve graduated. What now? Where do you live? Can you afford to live? How can you make money doing design? How do you get a job? Who do you want to work for and are you good enough? read more

WET: The Magazine of Gourmet Bathing

Posted by Fabio 29 March 2018

WET: The Magazine of Gourmet Bathing, also known simply as WET Magazine, was created and published by Leonard Koren from 1976 through 1981, first in Venice and later in Santa Monica, California. read more

Polina Joffe

Posted by Fabio 17 January 2018

Polina Joffe is a Berlin-based graphic designer and art director with a methodical approach to identities, printed matter, websites, and visual communication. Time spent researching legibility and modern reading systems underpins Polina’s typographic-led process and style read more

Joseph Burrin

Posted by Fabio 16 January 2018

Joseph Burrin is a graphic designer and art director based in Amsterdam. He specializes in brand identity, print advertising and editorial design across art, culture and commerce. read more

Sophy Hollington – My Mind Hides a Friendly Crater

Posted by Fabio 27 November 2017

Sophy Hollington’s new book My Mind Hides a Friendly Crater is a collection of meteor, asteroid and sky-object myths from all over our planet, with colourful linocut illustrations. read more

Broccoli – A Magazine for Cannabis Lovers

Posted by Fabio 14 November 2017

Broccoli is a magazine created by and for women who love cannabis. Offered free of charge, Broccoli explores and shapes modern stoner culture by looking at cannabis through an art, culture and fashion lens. read more

Foreigner: Collected Writings 2017

Posted by Fabio 13 November 2017

The aim of this publication is to broaden the debate around the subject of migration in Europe, and provide perspectives that are not often found in the mainstream media. It has been printed in an edition of one thousand copies read more


Posted by Fabio 9 November 2017

Forme is a photographic and curatorial project that occupies a cultural space between fashion and fine art. read more