Every month we invite creatives from across the world to invent briefs which everyone, no matter your talents, can get involved in. At the end of week the best of the bunch are featured right here on It’s Nice That.
This month design meme pro Screensaviors asks you to: “create an image that represents the meaning of life for a designer. It can be written or purely visual."
“Take some time to look inward, ask yourself if you’ve been spending your life pushing things around, trying to fill a void that you feel so infinite, watching as the days become deadlines, mistaking success for meaning and convincing yourself that this is a noble pursuit, knowing full well that money will always degrade your endeavor, converting your art into a commodity.”
How to enter
Upload your image to Instagram.
Include @itsnicethat and #ItsBriefThat in the caption.
Entries are open from Monday 27 November – 1 December.
Screensaviors will pick out its favourite drawings to feature on It’s Nice That at the end of the week.
Tips and bits
This can be written or purely visual.
You can enter as many images as you like.
Keep an eye on #ItsBriefThat to see all the other great people getting involved.
- Intimate, safe and romantic: Ekaterina Popova paints the interiors of her friend’s bedrooms
- Alfie Dwyer on creating game-like worlds and moulding tangible films like “putty”
- Through playful forms, Bára Růžičková tackles the rigid structure of the design industry
- Meji Alabi on discovering his roots through film and music
- Stoic black cats and burning worlds: Quentin Dufour on his chaotic illustrations
- Jiří Makovec’s photographs meander between the personal and the universal
- Facebook rebrands to distinguish the company from the app
- Jack Kenyon photographs the wondrous spectacle of the Supreme Cat Show
- &Walsh designs Zooba's identity inspired by the busy streets of Cairo
- A book chronicling tiny, bizarre treasures curated by Wes Anderson and Juman Malouf
- Find hidden squares and experimental inktraps in Fatih Hardal's FH Giselle
- Pentagram’s Giorgia Lupi on her data-driven designs for & Other Stories