Celebrities including Stephen Fry, David Baddiel and Elizabeth Hurley have modelled face masks designed by Ron Arad that will be sold to raise money for the UK’s National Health Service.
The cotton masks are printed with portraits of famous artists including Picasso, Matisse and Dalí. Launched last Friday, the Smile for our NHS campaign aims to help healthcare workers treating coronavirus patients.
At Newenglish we love it when creativity is used to both serve a purpose and bring a smile to your mind.
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Creative studio Production Club has designed a personal protective suit for clubbing in the time of coronavirus, which includes features for phone integration and beverage consumption. Continue reading
Transportation designer Paul Priestman has shared his hack for making a smartphone stand from an egg box to avoid “bad angles” and painful “phone arm” when video calling during the pandemic. Continue reading
We all love something for nothing, especially if it’s great design content. Netflix has made all eight episodes of its documentary series Abstract: The Art of Design available to watch for free during the coronavirus lockdown.