The 50th anniversary of arts councils in Australia is being commemorated by this stamp issue designed by Nelmes Smith Ashton. ‘The focus was on the stamp as a promotional vehicle for the role of arts councils in rural Australia,’ says consultancy co-founder Andrew Ashton. The illustrations had to cover all the arts – from music and dance to fine arts – with both sexes represented equally. Sydney-based Nelmes Smith Ashton was established two years ago and is now six-strong.
The greenery, named the Forest for Change, will be used to highlight the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Landscape has created the illustrative new look for the organisation, with details that aim to “reflect the diversity of disability”.
The German car designer turned CEO discusses Polestar’s design “secrets and mysteries”, driving less and the importance of unexpected collaborations.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak pledges more support for the self-employed, introduces a new loan scheme and promises more money for culture.