Colin Jenkinson

253 Flips | 1 Magazine | 3 Likes | 4 Following | 10 Followers | @colinjenkinson | I'm a designer, facilitator and founder of the creative studio DesignEveryDay.co.uk This magazine is my constant flow of inspiration, brilliant disruption and ideas that should be shared. 

Artist's paper cup pyramid highlights waste problem

Artist Simon Mandarino was walking past a pile of rubbish outside an Oxford restaurant chain when he decided to stage an "intervention".<p><i>Video Journalist Jamie Ryan</i>

Oxford

Natasha Jen: Design Thinking Is Bullsh*t

[APPLAUSE]<p>So, I’m going to talk a little bit about design thinking today. I’m a designer. I’m a practicing, I would say a graphic designer, that’s …

Finansforbundet on Equal pay: What do these kids understand that your boss doesn’t?

Joe Jonas Spotify Playlist: Play this at my funeral

Life-sized sculptures installed at ITV HQ in male suicide prevention campaign

Life-sized sculptures of 84 men have been installed on top of ITV’s London HQ to call for improved suicide prevention services and bereavement …

Anti-knife crime campaign sees affected kids involved in the creative process

A new anti-knife crime campaign for The Mayor of London by AMV BBDO involves young people affected by knife crime in its creative output. Aiming to …

City Halls

Pee on this Ikea print ad, and if you’re pregnant, you get a crib half price

Ikea is known for pushing the creative boundaries of advertising but this latest experiment literally takes the piss. The retailer has published a …

IKEA

It's Nice That | Mother London creates fowl mouthed apology advert for KFC

The great KFC chicken shortage of 2018 has been a national news story, with even Huw Edwards on the BBC News at Ten having to introduce reports on …

Nikolas Bentel Reimagines How We Draw with Chalk Drawers

Having grown up in a family of architects, Nikolas Bentel was inspired to create a series of architectural drawing toys with a new approach. Chalk …

How Table Tennis Can Change The World | Tim Holtam | TEDxBrighton

Craig Oldham dishes out brutally honest advice to new graphic designers

<i>In two extracts from his new book, Oh Sh*t What Now? Craig Oldham shares his top tips for graphic designers just starting out. One: seek out</i> …

Graphic Design

Sagmeister & Walsh launches Sorry I Have No Filter, selling merch to champion creative women

Sagmeister & Walsh has launched <i>Sorry I Have No Filter</i>, a huge online store of merchandise being sold to raise money for its not-for-profit feminist …

Prefab Cabin To Promote Creative Spark In Residents

The Artist Bothy is a prefabricated, multipurpose space designed to go off-the-grid and reconnect its owners with nature.Scottish artist Bobby Niven …

Prefab Homes

Sea Shepherd’s Plastic Ocean campaign vividly illustrates pollution issue

Founded in 1977, Sea Shepherd is an international, non-profit marine conservation organisation based in Washington state in the US.FF New York’s …

Pollution

Braille Neue: A Universal Typeface by Kosuke Takahashi That Combines Braille and Visible Characters | Colossal

<p>Japanese designer Kosuke Takahashi has created an ingenious font that merges different typefaces to allow both sighted and blind readers to use the …

Braille

Learn How to Fold a World-Record-Setting Paper Airplane

Growing up with six brothers, John Collins got really good at folding paper planes.<p>"Anything you can beat your siblings at is good," he says.<p>But he …

Siblings

The Handyfan Popsicle is a Deliciously Cool Concept

There was an undeniable sense of deja-vu upon seeing the efforts of Korean industrial design student 7 Nepo pop into my feed. His popsicle-shaped …

This Artist-Designed Travel Bag Is Made by 8HZ with 23 Recycled Plastic Bottles

These days, sustainability is a big factor that impacts consumer choices and purchases. It’s not enough that a product looks good or works well. …

Sustainability

City to City: an interview with Experimental Jetset

In ‘Experimental Jetset – Superstructure’, co-curators Kate Rhodes and Fleur Watson of RMIT University and Brad Haylock and Megan Patty from the …

84 sculptures to help CALM fight male suicide

Jenkins and the agency worked with families and friends of those who have lost someone to suicide in an initiative titled Project 84 for the CALM …

Interview: Woman Discovers Over 30,000 Secret Photos Left Behind by Her Mother

Asya Ivashintsova-Melkumyan always knew her mother was taking photographs, but never fully understood just how deep this passion ran until recently. When Masha Ivashintsova passed in 2000, she left behind boxes of belongings and memories, which remained untouched until late 2017. It was only then …

Saint Petersburg

HomePod — Welcome Home by Spike Jonze — Apple

Internet Artists Invaded the MoMA With a Guerrilla Augmented Reality Exhibit

"Hello, we're from the internet" is an art project that took over the MoMA's Jackson Pollock room without permission.<p>A collective of eight internet artists transformed the Jackson Pollock room in the New York City Museum of Modern Art into their own augmented reality gallery—without the museum's …

McDonald’s ads use golden arches for wayfinding

Posters directing hungry customers to restaurants just off a motorway are rarely the most considered pieces of advertising, and can therefore often …

An Interview with Facebook Product Designer Debashish Paul

<i>Debashish Paul</i><i>—or “Deb” for those who know him—is a meticulously detailed product designer whose work over the last three years at Facebook has</i> …

Complements Handmade Chocolates Are Little Bites of Modular Art

After almost a year in development, Australian design studio Universal Favourite has launched an artisan line of handmade chocolates called …

Paper Artist Creates Elaborate Origami Crane Every Day for 1,000 Days and Counting

In early 2015, paper artist Cristian Marianciuc challenged himself to make an origami crane every day for a year. Using a paper bird as a blank canvas, Marianciuc would add various colors and embellishments as a way to express himself. “I describe my day through colors, shadows and everything that …

Origami

Interview: Vintage Photo Project Captures Universal Feelings of “Family”

There's something about old family photos that touches an emotional chord in each of us. Viewing history through this personal lens, through personal memories, we're able to recognize just how little—and how much—has changed over time. In just under a year, <i>The Anonymous Project</i> has taken the …

Genealogy