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Design for those sizzling summer days: it's August Things!

July-things-regulars-itsnicethat-list Regulars / Things No balls, all books: it's July Things!

Have you had enough balls, refs and lairy lads chanting? Well, you’ve come to the right place. This is Things, and it has absolutely nothing to with football.

April-things-regulars-itsnicethat-list Regulars / Things Paper clips, graphic activism and fried eggs: it's April Things

At the end of every month, we sit down and look through all the exciting bits and bobs which have been posted through our letterbox. From zines to posters and everything in between, the submissions never fail to surprise us, meaning we’ve got an eclectic collection of Things as ever to show you this month (try saying that five times over).

March-things-regulars-itsnicethat-list Regulars / Things From guidebooks to t-shirts to type specimens: it's March Things!

It’s Nice That has been on a long Easter-weekend break but we’re officially back and ready to share some of the Things you sent through our letterbox over the past month. Although London was blasted by the “beast from the east,” it, luckily, didn’t put a stop to the post.

Things-february-itsnicethat-list Regulars / Things Care Bears on fire, Letraset and upside down headlines: it's February Things!

As always, you lovely lot absolutely spoiled us throughout February. As the UK seemed to get colder and colder, the deliveries arriving at our door not only warmed our hearts but fuelled our (worrying) obsession for really satisfying printed matter. This month’s selection is a testament to that with zines, postcards, publications and books ranging in size and subject matter. Check out February’s Things below for a helping of care bears on fire and fluorescent, DIY zines.h3. Nadine Kolodziey

Things-january-itsnicethat-list Regulars / Things January's Things: from 365 UK-based creatives to a killer robot sex festival

January’s over! Here’s some stuff to celebrate the end of the worst month of the year, officially. As always, the pile of things posted through our letterbox was overwhelmingly impressive but we somehow managed to whittle it down to this ten. With photos to remind you of your childhood shivering on a rainy football pitch on a Saturday morning, to a collection of work that all uses the colour red, this month’s Things is not one to be missed!h3. Judith Erwes: Some Scottish Football Players

August-things-it'snicethat--25 Regulars / Things Design for those sizzling summer days: it's August Things!

August – inevitable the last month to catch those summer rays, lounge in poolside chairs and BBQ in burnt-out parks before Autumn kicks in. What better way is there than to spend these final days than lying out on a beach reading about design? Or flicking through a magazine tucked up in bed behind a fan? We can’t think of one… From minimal design and experimental typography to more comedy by illustrative powerhouse Jean Jullien, check out our top picks from the publications posted through our door in this month’s post below.

Mariano-pascual-digital-list Work / Digital Illustrator Mariano Pascual's new website is an interactive and playful portal into his world

As a creative, your online portfolio is an incredibly important thing. With sites like Instagram and Behance becoming more and more popular as a way to showcase work, the humble website still retains an edge over its well-followed competitors, and that’s its flexibility. A website is fully customisable from its URL to its loading page, navigation and even sound effects. It has the ability to truly embody your personality whether that be in an outlandish or nuanced way. It’s this pliability that Argentinian illustrator Mariano Pascual decided to co-opt recently when giving his site a refresh.

Gaika-system-somerset-house-itsnicethat-01 Work / Art Gaika talks us through his brand new audiovisual paean to the migrant experience, System

Gaika’s dad was a handy bloke to know. A Jamaican immigrant living in Brixton, he was a scientist with an enviable record collection who possessed the kind of Caribbean connections that made sourcing sought-after 12”s a doddle.

Max-siedentopf-jp-bonino-publication-itsnicethat-list Work / Publication Bananas and “a whole lot of the bad luck”: Max Siedentopf and JP Bonino's latest collaboration

Is there much that’s funnier than someone slipping on a banana skin? We can’t think of too many answers to that question here at It’s Nice That so when we saw the latest absurd (and very good) collaboration between Max Siedentopf and JP Bonino we got very excited.

Its-nice-that-after-school-club-max-guther-list Features / Miscellaneous A week at Eike König's female-led and thought-provoking After School Club

At Eike König’s After School Club, there’s everything a design student could ever need. Want to print an A2 artwork of something you’re working on? You can do it and it’s free. Need advice on what typeface is best for something? One of the world’s best designers is sitting over there. In need of a cold coffee to combat the summer heat and your hangover? The cafe serves it with ice or ice cream.

List-image1 Work / Graphic Design Estudio Margem combines timeless design with innovative printing techniques

Translated into English, the Portuguese word ‘margem’ means ‘margin’ and that’s a suitably chosen name for a studio determined to stretch its work beyond the limits of generic restriction. Founded in 2014, Estudio Margem is the brainchild of Alexandre Lindenberg and Nathalia Cury, who met while studying at the University of São Paulo, Brazil. It was there that they fell in love with concrete poetry, the Bauhaus movement and Russian Avant-Garde. “Since then, we have been seeking to find principles common to those languages and contemporary discussions about the clash between modernity and postmodernity”, the studio explains.

Roxy-rezvany-film-itsnicethat-list Work / Film Little Pyongyang asks you to "leave behind everything you think you know" about North Korea

The rhetoric surrounding North Korea is jarring, to say the least. British and American coverage of the country tends to focus on the perceived oddities of Kim Jong-Un, or the atrocities of the nation’s regimes and nuclear programmes. Seldom do we hear from North Korean civilians themselves, and when we do, we tend to concentrate on tales of plight. Roxy Rezvany’s new short film Little Pyongyang voices frustration with that mode of expression. Not just a North Korean story, the film is an exploration of the nature of documentary storytelling itself, and the way design can empower and elevate it.

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