The six designs convey movement and form of key Olympic sports through abstract lines and circles, with a nod to the Japanese flag's rising sun.
The posters are available now on the Team GB website.
The Pantone Color Institute studies color trends throughout the year in order to decide on the next Pantone Colour of the Year. They take into consideration all aspects of society: fashion, marketing, social media and even politics. The hue chosen as Colour of the Year has become increasingly influential in the vast world of design and brand marketing.
Read more on the Pantone website
Jayne Noctor, Head of Health Creatives gave a talk at the IMI conference about the subject of emotional support for Medical Photography staff. The talk reflected on the need for the introduction of debriefing sessions as an intervention tool to help photographers express, process and release mental trauma that they may experience in their working day.
The sessions aim to provide a healthy outlet to emotionally decompress, offsetting the need for further intervention and help to reduce sickness within the NHS.
The UCL Health Creatives team took home 13 awards at the Institute of Medical Illustrators Annual Conference 2019, held in Belfast. The Institute’s awards identify excellence in medical photography, healthcare design and clinical video.
Six silver and seven bronze were awarded to Health Creatives highlighting the quality of clinical photographs and healthcare design produced by the team.
Head of Department Jayne Noctor gave praise, saying “I am very proud of my staff, they work extremely hard and it is fantastic that they have been recognised for their work’.
As creatives we’re excited about future trends in design, and where better to discover them than London Design Festival. LDF sees designers, architects and creatives transform the city with a programme of Landmark Projects, Festival Commissions, installations, talks, workshops and partner events from 14-22 September 2019. You can see the full programme of events at the LDF website.
We are pleased to announce that one of our photographers (Susan Smart) was a winner at this year's Wellcome Image Awards. Susan submitted an image of a patient being treated by an eye doctor at a makeshift eye clinic in India. This image was taken while Susan was volunteering for the charity Unite For Sight. See more at: The Wellcome Image Awards website and a big well done to Susan!
James Kerwin imagines the apocalypse in an abandoned building series. James travels all over the world to document forgotten buildings and locations. You can see some of these eerie and often thought provoking images over at Creative Boom
The Lindlund Ruler measures both the digital and physical worlds, "A ruler for the modern world created to bridge the gap between physical and digital". The rule measures inches and centimeters along its outer edges, pixels and picas along the narrow rectangle that cuts through its middle and they even thought to make a central cutout with iPhone and iPad screen measurements. So you can finally keep your early sketches to scale! The project is currently on Kickstarter.
Want to know the colour palettes your favorite brands are using on their websites? Check out BrandColors which features the biggest collection of official brand color codes around. Brands such as Airbnb, Amazon, Facebook, Google, and many more.