The Deadbeat Club is a publishing house in its most organic form. Borne out of friendship and fringe interests, the publishers is pure, constantly adapting, and continuing the DIY punk ethos its members grew up with.
Dutch director Michaël Dudok de Wit is a firmly established maestro of animation, having won an Oscar for best animated short Father and Daughter in 2000. Yet when Studio Ghibli approached him to direct their next feature film, he was still starstruck.
It finally feels like summer in the UK now with burnt shoulders and drippy ice creams being the order of the day. Before you skip towards yet another Bank Holiday to spend time with your friends, family and pets, check out this week’s Best of the Web for an extra cool serving of great things on the internet. From a permanent Jim Henson exhibition being announced to a medieval map generator and behind the scenes at the V&A’s Balenciaga show.
Graphic designer Jonathan Castro is originally from Lima, Peru but currently resides in Amsterdam where he’s done stints at The Rodina and is now working as a graphic designer at Studio Dumbar in Rotterdam.
It’s Nice That is excited to announce that we have partnered with Field Day on the Shacklewell Arms stage for the festival next Saturday (3 June 2017). The stage will host bands such as Thee Oh Sees, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard and Stranger Things soundtrack providers Survive. The full stage times for the event are now available for you to plan your day in advance here!
Photographer Latif Al Ani has become known as the “founding father of Iraqi photography” and a new retrospective book of his work published by Berlin-based publisher Hatje Cantz aims to highlight the importance of his images.
It’s Nice That has an opening for a freelance editorial assistant to work across our publishing platforms on a 10-week fixed-term contract. We are looking for someone enthusiastic, proactive, professional and passionate about art and design.