Category: Graphics

A Cut Above

Last night, a couple of us attended the launch of a new publication, ‘A Cut Above’, at Fedrigoni’s Imaginative Papers Studio. It was a collaboration between Carter Wong Design and Boss Print with paper supplied by Fedrigoni and this was the 2nd edition in a series of creative notebooks – Noted. The end result was beautifully crafted notebook inspired […]

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Puma’s ‘Non-Corporate Box’

There are a few Arsenal fans here at Rawls so it would be remiss not to share Puma’s ‘Non-Corporate Box’ inside the Emirates Stadium – Designed by advertising agency GBH London.   Usually reserved for the privileged few, the Non-Corporate Box looks to bring the iconic football terraces of Highbury to box level. There are […]

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Back to basics

Having wanted to attend a letterpress workshop for quite sometime now, when graphic design studio TurnbullGrey announced they were organising a Saturday workshop, I was over the moon. Based in St John’s Square in Clerkenwell, the studio is running introductory workshops throughout the year for small groups of up to 3-4 people. This is being […]

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A modern approach to wayfinding

The Tanks at Tate Modern were previously used to store oil when the gallery was a power station. The underground space has now been reused to house live art, performance, installation and film. Using just two direct applications of projection and vinyl which reveal the rough surfaces of the concrete walls, the wayfinding and graphic […]

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Playful Signage

A playful signage system has been created by Toko for the East Sydney Early Learning Centre, a state-of-the-art childcare and community hub built for parents living or working in the inner city. The signage system concept is based on children’s building blocks to improve motor neuron skills Each panel is composed of fully modular timber […]

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London Design Fair 2019

In search of inspiration, Rawls were in Shoreditch this week at London Design Fair 2019. This craft-focused design show is an annual fixture. Here are some of the trends that excited us this year. Patination and maximal decorative design were a theme that continued and developed from last year’s show. Evidence of finishing processes were […]

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