David Annesley wins a British Book Award!
The David Annesley, Kurumidza exhibition catalogue we designed for Waddington Custot gallery, has won a British Book Design and Production Award last night in the Art/Architecture Monograph Category.
Nuts about Praline: Why great design should be "itchy"!
Louise Benson and Emily Gosling, from Elephant Magazine, visited the Praline studio:
Even if you think you haven’t heard of Praline, if you’re into art, you’ve almost definitely seen the design studio’s work. It’s made a name for itself designing art books; identities for galleries such as Liverpool’s FACT; campaigns for the likes of Art Night; and exhibition graphics for institutions ranging from the Barbican to the Slade to the Royal Academy.
Jedd Novatt opens at Waddington Custot
We have designed the catalogue and graphics for Jedd Novatt's first solo exhibition for Waddington Custot: Jedd Novatt – Conversations with Gravity. Exhibition will be open until the 30th of January, 2019.
World Cities Culture Report 2018
Following the 2015 edition, Praline has designed the World Cities Culture Report again, ahead of the 2018 Summit in San Francisco.
The 2018 edition looks at how cities are leading through their cultural policy. The report includes comparative data and longitudinal data visualisations of the Forum’s 70 cultural infrastructure and consumption indicators.
Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018 opens at the National Maritime Museum
We have collaborated with Plaid London and the Royal Greenwich Museums on this exhibition showcasing ten years of the most spectacular space photography.
Praline designs Michael Webb’s newest book with Thames & Hudson. Architects’ Houses explores the creative process and traces the influence of architect’s houses over the past two hundred years
Praline’s design features the texts, images, sketches and plans perfectly, illustrating the houses that differ widely, in size, material, character and location. There are urban infills, rustic retreats, experiments, and fusions of new and old. They all make a statement, modest or ambitious, and each reflects the personality and tastes of its owner.