I went to see the new Wes Anderson film The Grand Budapest Hotel last night. In true Anderson style the colours, cast and level of detail where as magnificent as the last. I should comment on the storyline but with all his films I’m so concerned with the objects and style of each scene my mind starts to wonder and I end up thinking about where I can get hold of a cable car or tuk tuk. Anyway today I did some digging on the film’s graphic designer Annie Atkins and Archer the typeface used on the poster and credits.
This mighty fine, foody-themed tea towel is the result of a collaboration between the awesome Marcus Walters, and one of Wrap’s lovely stockists Material. Launched a few weeks ago at TOAST Festival, it’s available from their shops, and online, oh and a portion of all sales go towards Action Against Hunger.
Probably blogged him before but he’s so good http://jack-hudson.com/
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Catching up on freelance work. Went to see Greyson Perry Tapestries today which weirdly ties in with this identity I’m doing about social mobility. #illustration #graphicdesign #greysonperry