We look back on the life and work of the Design Week columnist, independent creative director and social activist “who helped put black participation on the political map”.
Remembering Jon Daniel: the best of Four Corners
We remember the career of independent creative director, designer and writer Jon Daniel: 1966-2017 and look back on the best of his Four Corners column.
Using screen-printing as his medium and T-shirts as his canvas, US graphic designer and artist Donald G Wooten II has built a solid rep and fan base with his distinctive
In his latest Four Corners column, Jon Daniel speaks to multidisciplinary designer and former ITV News design director Kojo Boateng.
Graphic designer, digital designer and illustrator Greg Bunbury has worked his way across the industry over the years after cutting his teeth at Interbrand. His proudest moment was when he realised that
In his latest Four Corners column, Jon Daniel talks to multidisciplinery designer Atim Annette Oton.
Today I am proud to celebrate the 4th anniversary of Four Corners with my 44th column. This month I’m taking you to the idyllic paradise of Trinidad to introduce you to
Jon Daniel goes to HMP Coldingley – site of the innovative Barbed project to teach prisoners about design – and conducts one of most unusual design presentations of his career.
In his latest Four Corners column, Jon Daniel remembers award-winning art director Ray Barrett, who created a hugely impactful anti-ALS campaign – at the same time as fighting a battle with the disease
In his latest Four Corners column, which profiles designers from the African Diaspora, Jon Daniel talks to designer and art director Jason Kelly, whose career took hold as hip-hop
In his latest Four Corners column, Jon Daniel talks to African-American designer, illustrator and teacher Andrea Pippins about her broad range of design influences, which include Brazil, 80s-90s hip hop styling
This month we take a trip back to Trinidad to interview our first female designer from the region. Like many of her contemporaries, her work is multi-disciplinary, encompassing graphic design,
As a black teenager growing up in East Sheen, I was inspired by the historical contribution of the Black Power and Civil Rights Movement in the US, and influenced by
I first encountered the work of Carolyne Hill, this month’s profiled designer, at the Black Cultural Archives, the UK’s first and foremost Black heritage institution, which was recently rebranded and
Boyee! Writing this piece has made me feel old. According to legend, hip-hop, born in the Bronx at a party at 1520 Sedgwick Avenue on 11 August 1973, is fast
Advertising or ‘Adland’, used to be a home to a plethora of interesting and dynamic characters. I’m not talking about the smooth, elegant types that grace our TV screens in shows