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Founded in 2007, It’s Nice That is a publishing platform that encompasses several different online, print and events offerings as part of its mission of championing creativity across the art and design world.

Designers and programmers Carla and Karlis create “dynamic design systems”

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As a designer, the ability to create things which adapt over time can inject an energy and longevity to your work like nothing else. It’s an approach which graphic design and programming duo – and couple – Carla Peer and Karlis Krecers endeavour to bring to every project under their pseudonym Carla and Karlis. Having met while studying at Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, the pair are now based in Zürich and are “drawn towards structures and bringing order to things”.

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Stevie Dix’s paintings have the ability to "hiss and speak of forbidden temptations"

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In the two short years since we last spoke to Belgium-born and now Suffolk-based Stevie Dix, the artist’s unconstrained works encouraging spontaneity have piqued the interest of both the art and design community. As a result, Stevie is currently exhibiting her largest solo show to date, The Devil’s In The Details, at L21 gallery in Mallorca.

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Wix Playground hosts an It’s Nice That event in New York focused on digital design

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It’s Nice That is heading to New York! We’ve teamed up with website-building platform Wix and are all set to host a very special event in the company’s Wix Playground space in Chelsea: an evening focused on design in the digital age. Join us on Thursday 17 January for an inspirational evening packed with great creative work and lively conversation. Click here to sign up for your free ticket.

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Review of the Year 2018: Top 25 Photography

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It’s been a long year, hasn’t it? And your eyes are tired, aren’t they? We can help. Why not soothe those sore lids by taking a visual stroll down recent-memory lane with 25 of our most read photography pieces of 2018? From KangHee Kim’s satisfyingly shimmering images of celestial streetlamps to Sam Gregg’s gloriously vivid snapshots of life in sun-soaked Naples, all of life this year gone is here.
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