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Submit Saturdays: First impressions and Cover Pages


Welcome to Submit Saturdays, a year long series of articles in partnership with “Squarespace”: https://ad.atdmt.com/c/go;p=11237203682971;ev.a=1;idfa=;idfa_lat=;aaid=;aaid_lat=;cache=a.

Yayoi Kusama illustrates Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid


Yayoi Kusama has illustrated a contemporary version of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid for the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Copenhagen.

Camelot’s typefaces bring both the contemporary and historical to the table


Independent foundry Camelot designs typefaces inspired by history – both canonical and vernacular – and informed by contemporary life, and technology.

Ed Ruscha and Stella McCartney collaborate on typographical ad campaign


American visual artist Ed Ruscha has conferred his characteristic style to Stella McCartney’s winter 2016 campaign, #Stellacares, collaborating with the ethically-minded fashion designer on a series of images which overlay editorial photography with declarative typography.

The big cover up: Mathieu Thibault's translations of graffiti


Graffiti is one area of art and design that seems to divide opinion the most. The argument of ‘Is it art?

Emiliano Granado’s new zine puts a fresh spin on Tour de France fandom


The Tour de France came to an end last weekend and Brooklyn-based photographer Emiliano Granado celebrates every aspect of the cycling competition in his new zine, Oui C’est Tout.

The big cover up: Mathieu Thibault's translations of graffiti


Graffiti is one area of art and design that seems to divide opinion the most. The argument of ‘Is it art?

Legal advice on how to protect your work and fight for your creative rights


When LA-based illustrator Tuesday Bassen took to social media to call out fashion retailer Zara for allegedly copying her work, the overwhelming response was most probably not what the Spanish chain was expecting.

Jade Schulz’s atmospheric and imaginative editorial illustrations


Currently based in Maryland, USA, illustrator Jade Schulz is tackling editorial commissions with imagination and flair.

Scott Newett’s eerily quiet, ethereal portraits of Chinese utopia


For a country of 1.3 billion people, Scott Newett’s photographic portrait of China is conspicuously devoid of people, presenting the landscape and fixtures of the country through which he wanders as a seemingly unmanned man-made wilderness.

Emiliano Granado’s new zine puts a fresh spin on Tour de France fandom


The Tour de France came to an end last weekend and Brooklyn-based photographer Emiliano Granado celebrates every aspect of the cycling competition in his new zine, Oui C’est Tout.

Submit Saturdays: First impressions and Cover Pages


Welcome to Submit Saturdays, a year long series of articles in partnership with Squarespace. First impressions count.

Artist Howard Fonda captures the vibrancy of summer for Ace & Tate


Oregon-based artist Howard Fonda is an artist whose work leans heavily towards mysticism and symbolism “as a means of expressing the fragility, folly and joys of life.” His paintings often contains elements that allude to deeper narratives for the viewer to untangle.

Artangel commissions works for Reading Prison by Wolfgang Tillmans, Ai Weiwei and Marlene Dumas


The prison where Oscar Wilde was incarcerated will host a major Artangel show with newly commissioned works by Wolfgang Tillmans and Ai Weiwei.

Ladybird Books for Grown-ups launches nine new titles


Publishing imprint Ladybird has announced nine additions to Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris’ successful series of comedic and nostalgic pocket-sized books, Ladybird Books for Grown-Ups.

Mattis Dovier’s weird and wonderful 8-bit dot animation for XXX’s music video


Animator Mattis Dovier has created this super slick music video for Seoul-based duo XXX, made up of producer FRNK and rapper Kim Ximya.

Baptiste Bernazeau’s ode to ruins told through crumbling typography and illustration


Graphic designer Baptiste Bernazeau is currently studying at École de Communication Visuelle (ECV) and his project Ruines is a monochrome zine that takes a “philosophical, scientific, metaphysical” look at the ruins of buildings and unpicks the impact of these crumbling structures.

Jessica Lehrman's photographic document of Black Lives Matter and social revolution


Shot on the streets of New York during the the passionate struggle of protestors coming face to face with the establishment sworn to protect them, Jessica Lehrman’s latest and ongoing series Revolution tackles some of the most contentious and emotionally charged issues, including Occupy Wall street, the fallout of Hamilton and most recently Black Lives Matter.

Zoe Kao and Huang Wun-Sing find inspiration in the uncertainty of the design process


“The word ‘maybe’ carries a sense of uncertainty and yet it has the potential of limitless possibilities,” says designer Zoe Kao.

The jack of all trades, and the master of them too: Robbie Simon


Robbie Simon is one of those artists to be envious of. He’s got his fingers in every paint, print, illustration and design pie there is, with each result being exceptionally inviting.


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