Even radicals have to keep up with the times. Red Pepper, the monthly political and current affairs magazine, has been revamped by art director Clifford Singer. ‘We’ve gone for a more modernist feel, but one which uses plenty of space and variations in tone rather than the heavy blocks and bars of an earlier generation of Left publications,’ he says. In true radical style, the first new-look issue looks at free market Stalinism and the modern fear of anal sex.
Well-established fashion houses are turning their attention to digital clothing – we talk to the founders of three platforms to find out how digital design is paving the way.
Among a new crop of environmentally-focused material projects is a “freshwater-free fabric” and a bio-iridescent sequin made of wood cellulose.
Lumi is designed to help people learn the piano and individual songs through light-up key technology and a corresponding app.
The Greater Good Fresh Brewing Co. has been rebranded with an “extremely bold, but relatively simple” new look.