From NDAs to gag orders and the direct stifling of press, clients keeping designers silent about their work appears to be becoming an ever-more present feature of the industry. But just how do they go about it? And what is the real impact on the creatives in question? We speak to four studios to find out their perspectives.
From the Archive
From inventing colours to designing the Olympic Games, we take a look at the extraordinary work of Otl Aicher
In an extract from the new book Otl Aicher: Design. Type. Thinking – published by Prestel – writers Christopher Haaf and Hannes Gumpp pen an essay on the iconic designer’s relationship with colour, its significance on his work and how he went on to influence the world over.