Wallpaper founder Tyler Brûlé’s latest publishing project, Monocle, launches tomorrow, targeting a well-educated, well-heeled audience interested in global affairs, business, culture and design. The front cover of the first print issue – designed by Monocle creative director Richard Spencer Powell – features a photograph of a Japanese pilot in the cockpit, placed on a black background with a white typeface. A Web-based broadcast platform at www.monocle.com will carry bulletins, mini-documentaries and talk pieces.
Some of our favourite projects from the month included a cinematic identity for the Glasgow film festival and an interactive literary journal.
The Click has redesigned the Norwich-based memorial library, which was founded to honour Americans’ contributions to World War II.
With an end to lockdown in sight, the online-only events in our March round-up could be some of the last. Here’s what’s going on.
From virtual property presentation platforms to craftivism clothing kits, studios are using the current situation to explore new avenues.