The mornings are getting a little misty now, which is wreaking havoc with the It’s Nice That team’s hair. So while we aim to detangle our mane of dewy curls, check out the best bits and bobs we’ve found on the internet. This week we’ve got a complete picture of UK feature film in a handy infographic, ad campaigns shot entirely Snapchat’s Spectacles and a round up of TV’s top role models. Pass us the comb and enjoy!
The BFI Filmography is a complete history of UK feature film, which is both explorable and shareable. You just need to pick a film, role or person to begin. (Beccy)
Paul from S Club 7 is selling his stuff on Ebay. (Marianne)
Albert Pukies’ latest personal project (below) is The Dad Bag. (Charlie)
The Guardian takes us through TV’s top role models, including Lisa Simpson and Louis Theroux. (Beccy)
The Book Cities App is a must-have for book lovers. Also, if your fave bookshop isn’t featured, drop ‘em an email and they’ll add it for you for free! (Ruby)
Obviously there is a twitter account for this. (Lucy)
Pope painting by Francis Bacon to go on sale after 45 years hidden away (Simon)
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- Josephin Ritschel presents architecture and its surroundings as a stage for storytelling
- Gender, sexuality and male identity as seen through the lens of Jorge Perez Ortiz
- Gab Bois transforms things we’ve seen a thousand times into something spectacular
- Aysha Tengiz on her joyous, colourful and slightly depressing illustrated scenes
- Satellite photography, drawing tools and interactive logotypes feature in Double Click September
- Lego reveals first brand campaign in 30 years, Rebuild the World
- “All you see is lazy photography everywhere”: Martin Parr discusses his career, Brexit and obsession
- The work of Xiangyu Liu is weird and fantastically unpredictable (some NSFW)
- Caterina Bianchini Studio designs a dog-themed identity for a conveyer belt cheese restaurant
- Ikea invites people to “try on” Virgil Abloh furniture collection at LFW
- Hans Findling on his experimental and multidisciplinary approach to design
- Introducing the It’s Nice That Graduates of 2019!