Compassion is one of the Dalai Lama’s favourite words, and Seattle-based photographer Phil Borges has aptly swiped it for his collection of photos launched by Tony Stone Images. It’s called Tibetan Portrait: The Power of Compassion, and includes a commentary by His Holiness. The sepia-toned portraits from various Tibetan communities, both living in exile and remaining in Tibet, is an insight into this threatened culture. The book costs 18.95 and is published by Rizzoli International.
As part of our series looking at jobs in design studios, we speak to Pelin Morris, wayfinding graphic designer at Endpoint, about her fascination with human behaviour, why she observes
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The 36-year-old cultural event has a new, reversible campaign identity for this year, which features comic strips that tell different tales depending on which way they are read.
The new events space by Mary Duggan Architects can be adapted with translucent curtains that sweep across the room to mark out different areas.