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We speak to the three creatives behind a Nigerian-focused editorial and film for Kenzo


As African culture is increasingly disseminated across Instagram and through the pages of Western fashion magazines, an exhibition celebrating Nigerian beauty and identity opens in-store at Kenzo Mayfair.

You lucky devils, it's Best of the Web!


Best of the Web is here like the loyal family dog that always has your back. So give it a pat on the head because there’s some cracking bits and bobs for you to peruse including Ikea’s response to Balenziaga’s new, familiar-looking blue tote, Kobe Bryant’s new basketball short and a new ad from Heineken.

Heatherwick’s Garden Bridge in jeopardy as London mayor withdraws support for project


London mayor Sadiq Khan has withdrawn support for Heatherwick Studio’s Garden Bridge design to begin construction, throwing the future of the project into jeopardy.

David Mach is live streaming the installation of his latest epic newspaper sculpture


Turner Prize-nominated artist David Mach is currently installing his latest epic sculpture at Griffin Gallery and live streaming the installation process on YouTube.

D&AD top awards for 2017 revealed, including two Black Pencils for We’re The Superhumans


D&AD last night revealed the winners of its annual awards, with two of its five top awards, the Black Pencil, going to one campaign, We’re The Superhumans.

Photographer Anastasia Korosteleva's waterborne portraits of Maldivian girls


“Travelling is the greatest inspiration for me,” Moscow-born photographer Anastasia Korosteleva tells us.

Bogdan Ceausescu and Sebastian Pren experiment with grids and shapes in their latest zine


Designer Bogdan Ceausescu and illustrator Sebastian Pren’s zine On/Off the grid features a series of experimental illustrations designed for a group show.

We caught up with photographer Adama Jalloh


“I started taking an interest in photography when I was in secondary school, and soon after, my parents bought me my first camera when I was 16,” Adama Jalloh tells It’s Nice That of her beginnings as a photographer.

Photographer Anastasia Korosteleva's waterborn portraits of Maldivian girls


“Travelling is the greatest inspiration for me,” Moscow-born photographer Anastasia Korosteleva tells us.

Seoul studio Everyday Practice talks about its collaborative approach to design


Seoul-based graphic design studio Everyday Practice was founded by Kwon Joonho, Kim Kyung-chul and Kim Eojin, and aims to address “the role of design and how design acts in reality” through its projects.

Friday Mixtape: Illustrator and guitarist Sophy Hollington's *feels* mixtape


Sophy Hollington is a woman of many, many talents. As well as being one of It’s Nice That’s illustration crushes Sophy also plays guitar in psychedelic quartet Novella, which released its second album Change of State earlier this year.

David Mach is live streaming the installation of his latest epic newspaper sculpture


Turner Prize-nominated artist David Mach is currently installing his latest epic sculpture at Griffin Gallery and live streaming the installation process on YouTube.

We caught up with photographer Adama Jalloh


“I started taking an interest in photography when I was in secondary school, and soon after, my parents bought me my first camera when I was 16,” Adama Jalloh tells It’s Nice That of her beginnings as a photographer.

Seoul studio Everyday Practice talks about its collaborative approach to design


Seoul-based graphic design studio Everyday Practice was founded by Kwon Joonho, Kim Kyung-chul and Kim Eojin, and aims to address “the role of design and how design acts in reality” through its projects.

Wolfgang Tillmans directs video for Powell track, Freezer


Former Turner-prize winning artist Wolfgang Tillmans has created the visuals for Freezer, a new track by XL Recordings-signed Powell.

Bonobo’s latest video by Stylewar makes the world dance to the song’s rhythm


Bonobo has released the video for his track Bambro Koyo Ganda, directed by Stylewar, which makes the world dance to the song’s infectious rhythm.

British cartoonist Leo Baxendale, creator of the Bash Street Kids, has died aged 86


Leo Baxendale, the British cartoonist known for creating The Beano strip the Bash Street Kids and Minnie the Minx, has died aged 86.

Lili des Bellons illustrates a fluoro world of monsters and robots


Paris-based illustrator Lili des Bellons’ latest series Arc is a set of ilustrations that are “free, without constraint and personal” and provided a chance for Lili to experiment.

Type tells Tales: Steven Heller and Gail Anderson explore the performative traits of type


Steven Heller and Gail Anderson have collaborated on a new book Type Tells Tales that explores the role of type beyond conveying language.

Things: The post full of positivity we received this April


We’re always astounded by the amount of great post we receive, and the first third of this year has been particularly brilliant.


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