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JAMIE ELLUL

Sup­ple Stu­dio’s founder and cre­ative direc­tor digs deep into why de­sign­ers should try and achieve a ‘work-love’, not work-life balance, over on page 24. www.sup­plestu­dio.com

DAVID ORMONDROYD

On page 18, Ragged Edge’s head of copy David Ormondroyd sheds light on all the ways brand­ing agen­cies could be tak­ing the power of words more se­ri­ously. www.ragged­edge.com

EMILY GOSLING

Mak­ing eth­i­cal pur­chase de­ci­sions is harder than it should be, so we had Emily Gosling talk to the brands get­ting it right in to­day’s mar­ket. Go to page 44 for more. www.emi­ly­gosling.com

HEN­RIK MAULER

On page 76, founder of vis­ual trend lab foam Stu­dio, Hen­rik Mauler, re­veals how he and the team create such strik­ing vi­su­als for their list of big-name clients. www.foam.stu­dio

THOMAS HEDGER

Lon­don-based vis­ual artist Thomas Hedger shows us how he used neg­a­tive space to pos­i­tive ef­fect for his new riso print se­ries on page 88. www.thomashedger.co.uk

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