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Emptyset: dancing to architecture, searing sounds and amazing visuals


It seems inaccurate and incongruous to describe Emptyset as a music act, or an AV project. It feels far more like a constantly shifting art project, with each live performance different in sound and visuals to the last.

Vibrant pattern design by Sam Coldy for Penguin's On the Page campaign


Is it just me or is Penguin killing it at the moment? The publishing house only recently celebrated its 80th birthday by launching a range of its classic titles for 80p each, accompanied by a slick website and a poster campaign which has reached even the furthest corners of London’s transport system.

Excellent editorial design from Dutchman Joost Bos


Joost Bos is a recent graduate from the Academie Minerva Groningen in The Netherlands where he’s spent three years studying for his bachelor’s degree.

Ball Sacks and Wizard Wands: all Animade's glorious Propz in one place


“Ball sack!” reads the intro to this great new video for Animade, though it’s so gorgeous it didn’t even need something that puerile to lure us in.

The USA's all-cash marijuana shops as photographed by the very talented Morgan Levy


The “commissioned” tab on Colorado-based photographer Morgan Rachel Levy’s website is a pretty diverse place.

UNIQLO's new Kabuki range takes inspiration from Japanese theatre


If a theatrical tradition can last for over four centuries you can assume it’s pretty damn entertaining, and Japan’s Kabuki culture has done just that.

Hiro Murai's new video for Earl Sweatshirt is shot with a thermal camera


If his music videos for the likes of Flying Lotus, St Vincent and Childish Gambino hadn’t already marked him out as one to keep an eye on, Hiro Murai’s latest directorial offering, the music video for Earl Sweatshirt’s new single Grief, should do it.

The USA's all-cash marijuana shops as photographed by Morgan Levy


The “commissioned” tab on Colorado-based photographer Morgan Rachel Levy’s website is a pretty diverse place.

UNIQLO's new Kabuki range takes inspiration from Japanese theatre


If a theatrical tradition can last for over four centuries you can assume it’s pretty damn entertaining, and Japan’s Kabuki culture has done just that.

Ball Sacks and Wizard Wands: all Animade's glorious Propz in one brilliant film


“Ball sack!” reads the intro to this great new video for Animade, though it’s so gorgeous it didn’t even need something that puerile to lure us in.

Excellent editorial design from Dutchman Joost Bos


Joost Bos is a recent graduate from the Academie Minerva Groningen in The Netherlands where he’s spent three years studying for his bachelor’s degree.

Hiro Murai's new video for Earl Sweatshirt is shot with a thermal cameria


if his music videos for the likes of Flying Lotus, St Vincent and Childish Gambino hadn’t already marked him out as one to keep an eye on, Hiro Murai’s latest directorial offering, the music video for Earl Sweatshirt’s new single Grief, should do it.

Here 2015 Speaker Announcement: Grand Budapest designer Annie Atkins!


Gather round, quiet at the back. Are you chewing? We are thrilled to announce the latest addition to our Here 2015 line-up is…Annie Atkins!

UNIQLO's new Kabuki range takes inspiration from Japanese theatre


If a theatrical tradition can last for over four centuries you can assume it’s pretty damn entertaining, and Japan’s Kabuki culture has done just that.

Bike kit vending machines branded beautifully by DWP Design


This morning I had a puncture that I couldn’t fix and had to get the train to work, so it feels timely to be writing about Bikestock, a vending machine of cycling essentials that can be found all over New York and Boston.

Ball Sacks and Wizard Wands: all Animade's glorious Propz in one place


“Ball sack!” reads the intro to this great new video for Animade, though it’s so gorgeous it didn’t even need something that puerile to lure us in.

The USA's all-cash marijuana shops as photographed by Morgan Levy


The “commissioned” tab on Colorado-based photographer Morgan Rachel Levy’s website is a pretty diverse place.

Fantastic Man unveils redesign


Fantastic Man magazine has been redesigned, as shown in its teaser image of its tenth anniversary issue.

Metronomy's Joseph Mount takes us through their famous music videos


Since 1999 Metronomy have been releasing singles you can’t get out of your head for weeks, accompanied by fantastic album artwork by the likes of Leslie David, and incredible music videos that were like an oasis of sparkling water in a barren wasteland of indistinguishable pop and R&B videos.

Michael Bierut talks about logos and why we invest them with meaning


There’s a moment in this film where Michael Bierut comes over all Hayley Joel Osment in The Sixth Sense as he declares: “ I can see things in typefaces that normal people can’t.” It’s part of his discussion about how “design can be a lonely thing” and that as you immerse yourself in that world “you’re actually making yourself less normal than regular people.” Filmed at Design Indaba in South Africa last month, this interesting short film moves onto to look at logos and why designers are so interested in them.


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