What do you over recall 2019 will hold for graphic design?
Over the last few years, we have on the agenda c trick seen the rise of immersive and experiential design. One increasing facet of this is interactivity: human being want to not only experience the final design but be involved in its making in some way. In 2019, I improvise this will extend even more into the physical epoch; for example new books will not only be designed in paper form, with living soul appreciating a tactile object, but will perhaps be linked up with computer programs and understood reality (VR). Further exploring the linking of the two will transform the way we create and experience tidings.
What was your favourite graphic design project in 2018 and why?
When I watch films, I inevitably notice the little details: the encasing, the posters, the signage. One of the highlights for me in 2018 was the tremendous output by Erica Gorman and her together for the Wes Anderson-directed film, Isle of Dogs. I know she spent two years initiating thousands of props in multiple sizes for the film, from typographic Japanese warehouse signs and packaging for food products to newspapers and propaganda posters. Eating visited Japan for the first time last year, I found her ode to the visual enlightenment of Japan perfect and yet also able to shine with the charm of such a invented narrative.