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Enid Blyton couldn't have written a better one; it's time for the Weekender!!


This Sunday night sees the Seattle Seahawks take on the New England Patriots in Superbowl XLIX. Yeah us neither.

We chat with the man behind Panda Bear's incredible graphics, Marco Papiro


Adoring pretty much anything Panda Bear-related (his amazing interactive website, his brilliant music, his very lovely hair), we felt it was high time we shed some light on the man behind his wonderful record sleeve designs, Marco Papiro.

British youth culture captured perfectly in new mag Collection of Documentaries


“C.O.D is what it says on the tin,” says Lee Crichton, editor and creator of Collection of Documentaries – a weighty tome celebrating a gritty adoration of British culture.

Spectacularly strange collaged comics by enigmatic illustrator Samplerman


Yvan Guillo is not an illustrator who is about to be held back by traditional practices. One day while he was sampling the tonal background of vintage comics to create a more retro feel in his own panels, he accidentally selected an area with a character in it, and his crazy new mash-up technique was born.

British youth culture captured perfectly in new mag Collection of Documentaries


“C.O.D is what it says on the tin,” says Lee Crichton, editor and creator of Collection of Documentaries – a weighty tome celebrating a gritty adoration of British culture.

Jussi Puikkonen photographs the man behind that giant rubber duck


To my mind, a career in editorial photography is akin to living the dream: you hang out at home in your pyjamas waiting for a phone call informing you that you’ll be sent halfway around the world to photograph some enormously talented, charismatic character, and be put up in five star hotels and business class all the way.

London studio Julia discusses its PJ Harvey Recording in Progress graphics


When we popped to Somerset House last week to ogle PJ Harvey recording in a box we spotted some powerful exhibition graphics, designed by London-based studio Julia.

Jussi Puikkonen photographs the man behind that giant rubber duck


To my mind, a career in editorial photography is akin to living the dream: you hang out at home in your pyjamas waiting for a phone call informing you that you’ll be sent halfway around the world to photograph some enormously talented, charismatic character, and be put up in five star hotels and business class all the way.

British youth culture captured perfectly in new mag Collection of Documentaries


“C.O.D is what it says on the tin,” says Lee Crichton, editor and creator of Collection of Documentaries – a weighty tome celebrating a gritty adoration of British culture.

Ella Kruglyanskaya paints bawdy portrayals of the female form


Latvia-born Ella Kruglyanskaya now lives and works in New York, depicting cartoon-like friends and “frienemies” out-and-about in large-scale oil paintings and murals.

We chat with the man behind Panda Bear's incredible graphics, Marco Papiro


Adoring pretty much anything Panda Bear-related (his amazing interactive website, his brilliant music, his very lovely hair), we felt it was high time we shed some light on the man behind his wonderful record sleeve designs, Marco Papiro.

Fons Hickmann m23 creates some seriously striking work for Greenpeace


A couple of weeks back we had Fons Hickmann, founder of the eponymous design studio Fons Hickmann m23 in Berlin, talk us through his favourite publications, so that we could get a bit of an insight into his taste, influences and inspirations.

Logo book author Michael Evamy on what makes great logo design


If Pentagram’s Micheal Bierut reckons a book can “make better designers of all of us,” its likely to be a pretty useful tome.

Spectacularly strange collaged comics by enigmatic illustrator Samplerman


Yvan Guillo is not an illustrator who is about to be held back by traditional practices. One day while he was sampling the tonal background of vintage comics to create a more retro feel in his own panels, he accidentally selected an area with a character in it, and his crazy new mash-up technique was born.

Presenting Edith Carron's wonderful coloured pencil editorial illustration


How’s this for a delightful collection of images? Edith Carron is a French illustrator who has been working out of Berlin for the past seven years, and her portfolio comprises a beguiling combination of fun, socially-conscious and mischievous themes delivered in coloured pencil and print.

London studio Julia discusses its PJ Harvey Recording in Progress exhibition graphics


When we popped to Somerset House last week to ogle PJ Harvey recording in a box we spotted some powerful exhibition graphics, designed by London-based studio Julia.

Superbowl XLIX is nigh – here's our pick of the ads released so far


On Sunday Superbowl XLIX takes place in Arizona which brings with it lots of cultural collateral – a much-hyped half-time show (with Katy Perry this year), some baffled Brits pretending they know what they’re talking about and loads of Twitter users doing that “superb owl” joke.

Petra Collins turns to filmmaking with this dreamy portrait of life in LA


If you’re prone to being envious of impossibly beautiful creative people living dreamy lives in perpetually sunny places, I would advise you to look away now.

An interview with Ged Palmer, sign writer extraordinaire!


I came across Ged Palmer’s work for the first time a couple of years ago over a boozy pub lunch with my dad, and since then I’ve followed his progress in hand lettering and sign-writing with interest.

London studio Julia discusses its PJ Harvey Recording in Progress graphics


When we popped to Somerset House last week to ogle PJ Harvey recording in a box we spotted some powerful and exhibition graphics, designed by London-based studio Julia.


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