Our weekly round-up of things we like on the Design Week news desk.
Ponystep magazine – The Women’s Issue
The second issue of Fashion industry blog Ponystep’s print magazine launches this week, celebrating all things women. Three covers have been designed, featuring Dame Edna, Donatella Versace and Elvira, mistress of the dark.
Here’s a short film on the Dame Edna cover shoot:
Happy Birthday Truth
Manchester-based design consultancy Truth Design is celebrating its fifth birthday in style, marking the occasion with a poster designed by typography king Wim Crouwel.
Lindsay Lohan Well Hung
Photographer Tyler Shields and artist Maximilian Wiedemann have collaborated on an exhibition showing previously unseen images of everyone’s favourite Hollywood delinquent, Lindsay ‘LiLo’ Lohan. The show, entitled Well Hung, is on at London’s Imitate Modern gallery until 20 November.
Revealed: the real legacy of the Olympic Games
The brilliant book Olympics: A snapshot history of the Olympic Games draws our attention to the unsung Olympic victors – kebab shops, chippies, car parks and, yes, skips. The book, from Open Agency, cleverly juxtaposes stories and photographs from past Olympic games with these less athletic by-products of the sporting event.