New design for Guestbook
, a magazine for onefinestay
A journal about making yourself at home in the world's greatest cities.
Contributors include: Maira Kalman
, Sacha Maric
, Eley Kishimoto
, Daniel Frost
, Rebecca Clark
, Sari Cohen
, Kate Copeland
, Jeremy Leslie
and many more.
Cover Illustration: Daniel Frost
Re-branding for Parisian fashion house Christophe Lemaire
Since his departure from his creative-director position at Hermes last year,
Christophe Lemaire has been focusing on his eponymous label, Lemaire, with fellow designer Sarah-Linh Tran.
Atelier Dyakova was commissioned to work on the re-brand.
is a family run hand-weaving studio, established by the master textile designer Gerd Hay-Edie in 1947.
The workshop stands overlooking Carlingford Lough at the foothills of the Mourne mountains, Northern Ireland. The rich colours and textures in the landscape have been a source of inspiration for Mourne fabrics for over sixty years. Gerd Hay-Edie has produced textiles for Robin Day over ten years. Among her clients were Liberty and Terence Conran.
Atelier Dyakova was commissioned to re-fresh the brand, its graphics and packaging. Inspired by the rich history of the workshop and the comany's heritage we have created brand elements that reflect the modern spirit — looking ahead, whilst firmly in touch with its past. Still life photography © Tara Fisher
Published on the occasion of "Michael Craig-Martin at Chatsworth" at Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, UK. Text by Michael Bracewell.
Map illustration by Thibaud Herem.