Humans after All led by Paul Willoughby came to give a lecture on the 16th of march. Paul was the director and creator of the little white lies magazine. Little White Lies is an internationally distributed movie magazine. It has been described as one of the “magazines at the vanguard of the independent publishing movement”.It is published by London-based media company TCOLondon, who also publish the DIY culture magazine Huck Magazine. The design of each issue is inspired by its feature film, often represented on the cover by an illustration of its lead actor. The cover film also influences interior aspects, such as editorial icons, chapter headings and custom typefaces. However, the overall template of the magazine remains the same. It was called “the best-designed film magazine on the shelf” in The Guardian. Its content is split into three acts: the lead review, a series of feature articles inspired by the cover film, and the reviews section, which also includes interviews with directors and stars of upcoming movies. The magazine uses a three part ranking system. Paul Willoughby is also the creative director, graphic artist and co-founder of creative agency Human After All, he former creative director of Little White Lies magazine. Paul has also worked as an illustrator for clients including The Guardian, The Financial Times, The New Yorker, Adobe, IBM, Nike and Adidas. In 2012 and 2013, he curated a series of Guardian Masterclasses on contemporary illustration. Paul co-founded the world’s most beautiful movie magazine. Then they transformed it. During their eight years of creative leadership, LWLies became an influential cross-platform brand, stretching from print to digital, connecting you to the films you love wherever you are. As a creative collective Human After All were given the incredible challenge off creating the brand for the BAFTA Awards in 2014, the work that they created was a huge inspiration for me.