When our illustrator, Pearl, sketchnoted the Wiener Library's exhibition, A Bitter Road, she charted a journey that was both literal and metaphorical.
We spoke to founder of Chameleon Works, Deborah Fleming, who combines visual thinking techniques with tools like the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, to guide organisations through change.
Reportage illustration combines image and the written word, and captures the less tangible aspects of a moment that will never be found in the viewfinder of a camera.
We act as our clients’ cartographers: through scribing, graphic facilitation, sketchnotes, and rich pictures we create visual documents of the significant points in their landscape, enabling them to pick a safe path from where they are today, to where they want to be tomorrow.
What can the world of sport teach us about creativity? Probably more than you'd think.
We don’t often get political here. Generally, we keep our opinions to ourselves, and focus on helping others express theirs. But, when it comes to arts subjects being squeezed out of the compulsory curriculum, there’s no avoiding the fact: people like us, and businesses like ours, will suffer first.