Last year, exhausted by the grade-ticking criteria of full-time education, graphic design students Max Rawlins, Ross Norman, Sammie Purulak and Adam Morton-Delaney decided to take a year abroad. Moving from Kingston to Amsterdam and Munich, they each embarked on internships, hoping to find new inspiration and reclaim a sense of creative freedom. Relishing the feeling of creating work without the constraints of education or income, they made Peep, a publication that celebrates just that. Showcasing a range of side projects from emerging and established creatives including the likes of Eike König (Hort) and Erik Kessels (KesselsKramer), the publication launched successfully in Amsterdam, and garnered a wave of positive feedback. Returning to university, the team continued with the project, and launched their second edition in London earlier this year. Peep even went on to win a D&AD New Blood award this summer, is stocked globally, and – having just completed their third year – the team are now working on the third edition. Co-founder Adam Morton-Delaney expands on what happens when you relocate to a new environment; and the benefits of taking an anti-work, pro-play approach.