Jam Design and graphic artist Diane Smith have collaborated on The Seven Deadly Sins, a series of prints on display at London’s Groucho Club for a month from 13 July. The seven 3ft by 3ft prints, comprising kiss-cut vinyl ‘tattoos’ stretched over Barrisol canvases, use household items to convey lust, avarice (left), pride, anger, sloth (right), gluttony and envy.
The online publication will explore a range of issues through a unique typographic system that aligns subject matter with specific fonts.
As the designer publishes his latest book, Drama, we talk to him about his childhood in the theatre, storytelling and the power of being “an outsider”.
Cryptocurrency, not traditionally a design-led sector, now poses plenty of opportunities and challenges for studios.
Universities and the Design Council condemn the proposals as “short-sighted” and uninformed by real statistics.