The Hulton Getty Picture Collection is about to launch the third catalogue in the archive’s series of portrait photography. The black and white Well Connected book links famous faces, such as Michael Caine (above), across each double page spread through visual connections. ‘Hulton Getty gets a lot of work from the editorial market but this series is aimed more at the creative market,’ says Gerard Ivall, senior designer at Navy Blue, which has designed the series of brochures for the collection, owned by Getty Images.
From virtual property presentation platforms to craftivism clothing kits, studios are using the current situation to explore new avenues.
The platform is using cultural exploits like photography, film, illustration and music to “elevate women’s sport and carve out more space for female voices”.
The 93-year-old graphic designer, who began her career in the 1950s, talks type, luck and forever seeking Armin Hofmann’s “prima”.
As part of major redesign, the established French marque has unveiled its latest logo: a pared-back coat of arms adorned with its lion’s head.