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Designer, art director and artist Chrissie Abbott’s wide-ranging portfolio is a dream come true for any Saved by the Bell fan. Inspired by the visual overload of the 80s and 90s, Chrissie’s work oozes electric colours and bold visuals. Born in London but living in Germany, Chrissie has worked across creative genres from animation to zines and has collaborated with huge names like Nike, Dazed, AnOther Magazine, The New York Times and Wallpaper*.

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In 2001, during a renovation at the Museum für Gestaltung in Zurich, a set of original letterings were discovered hidden behind some wallpaper. The characters were individually painted and had been manufactured by hand in 1933 to be used as signage for the modernist building.

Parallelpractice-vladimir_518-graphicdesign-itsnicethat-list Work / Graphic Design Three new fab projects from the brilliant Parallel Practice

To put it simply, Prague-based design studio Parallel Practice is just really, really great. Every year, like clockwork, we check in with the studio’s Michal Landa and Jan Brož to see what they’re up to, and each time their website plays host to a bunch of projects somehow better than the already impressive ones that came before.

Marlonilg-blossomseries-graphicdesign-itsnicethat-list Work / Graphic Design Marlon Ilg looks back to his art school years for his innovative, type-led designs

Zurich-based graphic designer Marlon Ilg’s creations are characterised by their unconventional, offbeat typographic arrangements. Having worked on a broad range of design jobs from independent research projects to corporate visual identities, Marlon has years of experience under his belt. His ongoing series for local exhibition space Blossom, in particular, has offered him the opportunity to move beyond his comfort zone, experimenting and exploring alternative formats. “Blossom is an artist-run space in Zurich, which was set up by Gregory Hari, a local performance artist. Dedicated to the idea of collaboration, Blossom changes its structure according to the various projects it takes on. Each new endeavour involves inviting an external individual or group to create a new creative dynamic. Blossom has been a hotspot for exhibitions, workshops and underground parties since 2016,” Marlon tells It’s Nice That.

Margot-leveque-graphic-design-itsnicethat-list Work / Graphic Design The elegant, science-inspired graphic design practice of Margot Lévêque

It’s not often you come across a portfolio as competent as Margot Lévêque’s and find out they’ve only been working within the creative world for three years. However, when we got in touch with the French designer to find out a bit more about her, that’s exactly what happened.

Jeremypettis-illustration-itsnicethat-1 Work / Illustration Illustrator Jeremy Pettis on his curious happy-go-lucky characters

Jeremy Pettis’ illustrations are full of life; figures with strawberries for heads tan in the sun while sunglasses-wearing men animatedly play the flute. Working on Nike’s print and pattern team by day and illustrating cheery oddball characters by night, Jeremy leads a creative double life. The majority of the illustrator’s work is done with felt-tip pens, however recently Jeremy has started to dabble with iPad doodling, which we can safely say looks promising. “The majority of my drawings are subconscious elaborations on intriguing ideas and feelings that I take note of in my day-to-day thoughts,” Jeremy tells It’s Nice That.

Philipp-gallon-photography-itsnicethat-list Work / Photography Over several years, Philipp Gallon charts the social changes in the US through random encounters

The USA is a vast country, diverse in both its landscape and its people. Since the election of President Donald Trump in November 2016, the country’s politics have been thrust onto a world stage more than ever before and the social and political changes taking place are evident, even from afar. An Anthology of Common Conversation is a long-term project by German photographer, Philipp Gallon, that explores these changes, from a European perspective through years of work.

Chrissieabbott-aftershock-graphicdesign-animation-itsnicethat-6list Work / Animation Designer Chrissie Abbott's Aftershock lyric video draws inspiration from 80s film credits

Designer, art director and artist Chrissie Abbott’s wide-ranging portfolio is a dream come true for any Saved by the Bell fan. Inspired by the visual overload of the 80s and 90s, Chrissie’s work oozes electric colours and bold visuals. Born in London but living in Germany, Chrissie has worked across creative genres from animation to zines and has collaborated with huge names like Nike, Dazed, AnOther Magazine, The New York Times and Wallpaper*.

Nouvelle-noire-graphic-design-itsnicethat-list Work / Graphic Design Rektorat: a type family adapted from letterings discovered during a renovation

In 2001, during a renovation at the Museum für Gestaltung in Zurich, a set of original letterings were discovered hidden behind some wallpaper. The characters were individually painted and had been manufactured by hand in 1933 to be used as signage for the modernist building.

Hat_beardpress-georgerodriguez-publication-itsnicethat-list Work / Publication Brian Roettinger designs the first retrospective of photographer George Rodriguez

Photographer George Rodriguez has led a double life behind the lens. Cited as one of the “great visual documentarians of Los Angeles and of the cultural complexities of Mexican-American life,” George’s photographs span student protests and high profile celebrity shots. Every subject matter is as necessary as the other in George’s work, a photographic stance celebrated in the first ever career retrospective of his work, Double Vision: The Photography of George Rodriguez, designed by Brian Roettinger and published by Los Angeles-based Hat & Beard Press.

Parallelpractice-vladimir_518-graphicdesign-itsnicethat-list Work / Graphic Design Three new fab projects from the brilliant Parallel Practice

To put it simply, Prague-based design studio Parallel Practice is just really, really great. Every year, like clockwork, we check in with the studio’s Michal Landa and Jan Brož to see what they’re up to, and each time their website plays host to a bunch of projects somehow better than the already impressive ones that came before.

Dima-komarov-itsnicethat-list Work / Photography Photographer Dima Komarov captures a sense of freedom in Russian youth culture

“I want my models to be very natural in my pictures. I want them to not be afraid of themselves.” Dima Komarov tells It’s Nice That. The St Petersburg-based young photographer has gained a cult following on his Instagram account for his inclusive, at times subversive, images of the youth in his hometown. His images (still taken on a Canon 600d which his mum bought him) are drenched in a sense of freedom, of being on the edge of something new and exciting – to put it simply, they capture what it is to be young, free and open to the possibility of anything.

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It may feel as though the magazine industry is brimming with travel journals; Suitcase, Cereal, Condé Nast Traveler. Yet no publication looks at travel as pragmatically and elegantly as English-Italian Cartography journal. Founded in 2016 by Paola Corini and Luca De Santis, each of the biannual magazine’s issues hone in on three trips to different parts of the world; the first lasts two weeks; the second eight days; the third is a quick five-day getaway. Made up mainly of expert documentary photography, the team curates the images alongside day-by-day itineraries and longer explorative essays. Their fourth issue took the team to Japan, South Dakota and Venice and includes long-form articles about Japanese fisherwomen who dive underwater by holding their breath for a living and Venice’s eerie unfamiliarity.

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“In the last few months, I have been curious about linguistics and semiotics,” explains Prague-based designer Marek Nedelka. “I have been searching for the answers to questions about how languages and scripts shape our world.” Last time we spoke to Marek, it was his exhibition identities (made in conjunction with Ondřej Báchor) that took centre stage. This time, however, it was his diploma thesis What We Discovered: Language, Codes & Sign Systems that caught our eye.

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We’re always on the lookout for playful illustration series here at It’s Nice That. Sometimes all you need is some visual humour to get you over the midweek blues. London-based illustrator Andrea Locci provides just this with his latest cheeky series, Sneaker Sutra.

Tea-uglow-bookshelf-itsnicethat-list Regulars / Bookshelf Google’s Tea Uglow’s Bookshelf includes “Second-wave cyberpunk” and “print wizardry”

As someone whose career involves developing potentials for the future of reading, including books which can be “owned” and “borrowed” through the use of blockchain technology; and a novel set inside Google’s street view, both as part of Editions at Play, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to find out which books from the past have impacted the brilliant Tea Uglow.

Nicer-tuesdays-april-launch-list Regulars / Nicer Tuesdays Tickets available now for the next Nicer Tuesdays

At our next Nicer Tuesdays event, our speakers will be delving into the ideas and processes behind their recent creations, ranging from brilliantly oddball books and hypnotic digital artwork to emotive illustration and soul-searching animation. Buy tickets now for 1 May to hear from illustrator Marion Deuchars, creative Max Siedentopf, digital and video artist Natalia Stuyk and animator Will Anderson at Oval Space from a Bafta nomination and winning best short at the British Animation Awards, animator Will Anderson will be speaking about his much-lauded film Have Heart. In a captivatingly simple aesthetic, the animation tells the story of a weary animated gif stuck in a loop on the internet, on the cusp of an existential crisis. The director will be explaining the ideas behind his comedic yet poignant premise, and sharing the processes he went through to make his geometric characters come to life.The idiosyncratic brushwork and hand-drawn typography of illustrator Marion Deuchars is instantly recognisable, and have charmed children and grown-ups alike in her many books. Recently, Marion has been both educating and inspirational in her books about the art world, particularly in Bob the Artist, which aims to teach kids about well-known artistic techniques while also encouraging individuality. She’ll be telling us more about the follow-up, Bob’s Blue Period, about feeling sad and expressing emotions through creativity.Max Siedentopf is a creative working in advertising, who on the side creates a myriad of brilliantly oddball and original personal projects. He’s behind that photography series of families with watermelon heads, for example, and is co-founder of Ordinary magazine, which celebrates mundane everyday objects from washing up sponges to plastic cutlery. Max will be speaking about some of his latest passion projects, including a sticker book and gif series Instructions for World Peace.Natalia Stuyk is a video and digital artist who creates surreal, warping imagery in vivid saturated colours. Her commercial work often sees her collaborate with fashion brands such as Kenzo, Nike and Stella McCartney, and musicians such as Basement Jaxx and Crystal Fighters, but this year has seen Natalia branch out from the digital to the physical space. She’ll be sharing more about this ongoing project, a new avenue for her work, and the intricate makings of her hypnotic visuals.

Sebastiancuri-salondelosabrazos-illustration-itsnicethat-list Work / Illustration Sebastian Curi's illustrations reach joyful new heights, shapes and sizes

It’s been a busy few months for Argentinian illustrator and animator Sebastian Curi. When we last chatted to Sebastian he was settled in Los Angeles, with a back catalogue of amazing clients and was working as an animation director at Buck. In just a few months everything has changed, he’s over in Vancouver for a start, “at this small but super cozy studio full of talented people called Giant Ant,” he explains and his move has inspired a breadth of illustration side projects too, which “felt amazing!”

Maria-berrio-art-itsnicethat-list Work / Art Latin American artist Maria Berrio's collages explore the innate power of women

“Working with collage there is such a marvellous diversity of textures,” artist Maria Berrio enthuses. “Different sounds made as they are torn… I love the spreading of glue with sticky fingers, the stretching, the cutting. These collages are built layer by layer forming the topographical features upon the canvas.”

Marlonilg-blossomseries-graphicdesign-itsnicethat-list Work / Graphic Design Marlon Ilg looks back to his art school years for his innovative, type-led designs

Zurich-based graphic designer Marlon Ilg’s creations are characterised by their unconventional, offbeat typographic arrangements. Having worked on a broad range of design jobs from independent research projects to corporate visual identities, Marlon has years of experience under his belt. His ongoing series for local exhibition space Blossom, in particular, has offered him the opportunity to move beyond his comfort zone, experimenting and exploring alternative formats. “Blossom is an artist-run space in Zurich, which was set up by Gregory Hari, a local performance artist. Dedicated to the idea of collaboration, Blossom changes its structure according to the various projects it takes on. Each new endeavour involves inviting an external individual or group to create a new creative dynamic. Blossom has been a hotspot for exhibitions, workshops and underground parties since 2016,” Marlon tells It’s Nice That.

Margot-leveque-graphic-design-itsnicethat-list Work / Graphic Design The elegant, science-inspired graphic design practice of Margot Lévêque

It’s not often you come across a portfolio as competent as Margot Lévêque’s and find out they’ve only been working within the creative world for three years. However, when we got in touch with the French designer to find out a bit more about her, that’s exactly what happened.

Animalpress-delirium-jinheehan-baptistevirot-illustration-itsnicethat-2list2 Work / Illustration Baptiste Virot's dizzy and disorientating new comic, Delirium

Acid-drenched colours and vibrant compositions permeate Animal Press’ archive of Risograph zines and illustrations. The Belgian-Korean publishing house was originally set up in 2013 by Jinhee Han who was subsequently joined by It’s Nice That’s much-loved illustrator Baptiste Virot. After printing multiple publications in South Korea, the duo moved back to Belgium but didn’t completely cut their Korean tie. “We spent more than two and a half months producing our first two books of the year because we wanted to print them ourselves. It took a really long time. It was difficult but fun. We then met a guy in Seoul who loved printing so we proposed he start his own Riso atelier. He followed our advice and named it Animal Print. We now work with Animal Print in order to produce as many publications as possible,” Jinhee tells It’s Nice That.

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