Take a look at what’s made the list of Team ICON’s favourite finds this week.
The work of Two Times Elliott caught Alex’s eye this week. The Notting Hill-based practice work across a multitude of disciplines, designing identities and websites in addition to printed matter. The above lookbook for denim label Jean.Machine is just one of many great fashion-based branding projects the studio has been responsible for. And it’s clear from their Instagram feed that they’ve got a real affinity for trainers, which makes them alright by us!
Alice recently paid a visit to a Hoxton railway arch to see Bibliothèque’s new exhibition, Reset. To coincide with their 10th anniversary, the studio created a digital installation consisting of 24 wall-mounted screens and a selection of their projects from the past decade. By pressing one of four buttons, visitors are able to see the work in four different ways. A single project can be displayed or work can be ‘randomised’ (as seen above) to show several pieces at once.
There’s an abundance of fake cobwebs and Fun Size Mars Bar multipacks around at the moment, and that can mean only one thing… Halloween is here! To get into the spirit of things, Tom went looking for some horror-themed artwork and came across a series of suitably spooky risograph prints by Jack Teagle. We recommend buying one to hang in your hallway and give any visiting trick or treaters a real fright.
ICON Printing is a t shirt printing company in London. We always like to share our favourite things from the worlds of fashion and design here on our blog. Be sure to check back for more soon.