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Gather round children, it's your weekly dose of weirdness. The Weekender!


My, what a week it’s been. We’re all tuckered out after celebrating the launch of Printed Pages last night.

Barbican film shows inside London's Crossrail tunnels


As London’s Crossrail development project has rolled loudly, slowly on, it’s probably fair to say the project has been accessorised with a few eye (and ear) sores – cranes, rubble, road closures, dust…you get the idea.

Some photos from last night's Printed Pages SS15 launch party!


If you hadn’t already clocked by now, the brand spanking new SS15 issue of Printed Pages is here, and we’re pretty bloody proud of it!

Barbican film shows inside London's Crossrail tunnels


As London’s Crossrail development project has rolled loudly, slowly on, it’s probably fair to say the project has been accessorised with a few eye (and ear) sores – cranes, rubble, road closures, dust…you get the idea.

Nostalgia-packed photographs of drivers in the 1980s


It’s a strange thing to see the more banal aspects of life from the year you were born: the traffic jams, the boredom, the waiting about on buses.

JR creates a 150-ft high image for The New York Times Magazine cover


It’s always a joy when two creative forces we like collide and produce something that harnesses their collective talents.

Pottery is so hot right now, here's some of the best ceramicists out there


Pottery has had a bit of a bad rep until recently when people have slowly begun to realise that it’s FUCKING BADDASS.

Lighthearted typography and books from design student Tomas Laar


Nice body of work here from Dutch design student Tomas Laar, who has a pleasing understanding of typography and the fun there is to be had in publication design.

Remember PlayStation's WipEout? You can now race round the tracks in browser


Dominic Szablewski is the kind of technological wizard who has a level of understanding so sublime that I imagine he might be able control the universe from his computer one day.

Some photos from last night's SS15 magazine launch party!


If you hadn’t already clocked by now, the brand spanking new SS15 issue of Printed Pages is here, and we’re pretty bloody proud of it!

Printed Pages launches now and we're having some parties to celebrate!


The pre-orders have closed kids which can mean only one thing, Printed Pages SS15 has launched OFFICIALLY!

Nostalgia-packed photographs of drivers in the 1980s


It’s a strange thing to see the more banal aspects of life from the year you were born: the traffic jams, the boredom, the waiting about on buses.

Pottery is so hot right now, here's some of the best ceramicists out there


Pottery has had a bit of a bad rep until recently when people have slowly begun to realise that it’s FUCKING BADDASS.

Nostalgia-packed photographs of drivers in the 1980s


It’s a strange thing to see the more banal aspects of life from the year you were born: the traffic jams, the boredom, the waiting about on buses.

Lighthearted typography and books from design student Tomas Laar


Nice body of work here from Dutch design student Tomas Laar, who has a pleasing understanding of typography and the fun there is to be had in publication design.

Remember PlayStation's WipEout? You can now race round the tracks in browser


Dominic Szablewski is the kind of technological wizard who has a level of understanding so sublime that I imagine he might be able control the universe from his computer one day.

Marcel George illustrates eight pages of watches for Russian Port magazine


Maybe it’s because I am a notoriously un-stylish man, but the product spreads in magazines usually do absolutely nothing for me.

JR creates a 150-ft high image for The New York Times Magazine cover


It’s always a joy when two creative forces we like collide and produce something that harnesses their collective talents.

Lighthearted typography and books from design student Tomas Laar


Nice body of work here from Dutch design student Tomas Laar, whose has a pleasing understanding of typography and the fun there is to be had in publication design.

Lost Magazine explores global travel from a uniquely Chinese perspective


Modern urban living must be having a strange effect on society if the swelling number of independent travel magazines is anything to go by.


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