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Google tackles image copyright infringement with latest design tweak


Google’s latest design adjustment attempts to stop copyright infringements by making it more difficult for internet users to save images.

Ikea partners with Hasselblad to offer more “inspiring” prints for its frames


Traditionally, art bought from Ikea tended to sit at the bottom end of the creative scale, but the furniture company is looking to improve that reputation with its Hasselblad collaboration.

Robbie Auspurger's suitably weird visuals for fake band Meat are inspired by cold cuts


For many of us, the dream of travelling the world in a band would be slightly dampened upon realising we can’t play any instruments.

Graphic designer Angharad Hengyu Owen on textual shapes and wandering poems


Angharad Hengyu Owen is a Malaysia-born graphic designer who experiments with visual storytelling through type.

Humans’ impact on Earth inspired Bleed’s custom typefaces for Anthopros


For his residency at Galeria Marso in Mexico City, artist Javier Barrios explored the era of the Anthropocene – a proposed name for our current time period in Earth’s geology, which began when humans started to significantly affect our ecosystems.

Graphic designer Angharad Hengyu on textual shapes and wandering poems


Angharad Hengyu is a Malaysia-born graphic designer who experiments with visual storytelling through type.

Jobs of the week from Colophon Foundry, Adobe UK and Root!


This year we’re bringing you a weekly roundup of the best jobs posted in the last seven days on our sister recruitment site If You Could Jobs.

Chase Middleton’s candid, bizarre and compelling photographs of strangers


“My practice lies somewhere in between the constructed and the candid,” explains Australian photographer, Chase Middleton.

Friday Mixtape: travel back to the heady days of 2008 with director Jack Whiteley


This week’s Friday Mixtape is by director Jack Whiteley. Raised in Shropshire, a graduate of Manchester Art School and London-based, over the past few years Jack has developed into one of the go-to directors for a brilliant music video.

Girls! Illustrator Martina Paukova opens her first major show in London


“When I received an email from Book Club’s curator Liat Chen last year about doing this show, my initial gut feeling was: ‘oh no, a show!

Humans’ impact on Earth inspired Bleed’s custom typefaces for Anthopros


For his residency at Galeria Marso in Mexico City, artist Javier Barrios explored the era of the Anthropocene – a proposed name for our current time period in Earth’s geology, which began when humans started to significantly affect our ecosystems.

OOF magazine explores the world of art and football


OOF is a new magazine that explores the relationship between art and football. The London-based publication has just released its first issue that includes interviews with and work by the likes of Chris Ofili, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Rose Wylie and Petra Cortright, and a fascinating story about a mural in Zagreb that depicts Zvonimir Boban fighting with riot police.

The most legendary parties of the past six decades through the eyes of Lee Friedlander


Lee Friedlander’s new book is an open invitation to the biggest and most legendary soirees of the past six decades.

Friday Mixtape: travel back to the heady days of 2008 with director Jack Whiteley


This week’s Friday Mixtape is by director Jack Whiteley. Raised in Shropshire, a graduate of Manchester Art School and Liverpool-based, over the past few years Jack has developed into one of the go-to directors for a brilliant music video.

Robbie Auspurger's suitably weird visuals for fake band Meat are inspired by cold cuts


For many of us, the dream of travelling the world in a band would be slightly dampened upon realising we can’t play any instruments.

Adam Higton turns his hand to rugs, music festivals and comics 


Adam Higton has been weaving.

Three Billboards Outside Grenfell protests lack of action following the London tragedy


Inspired by Oscar-nominated film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Justice 4 Grenfell today (15 February) hired three advertising vehicles to ask why no arrests have been made following the Grenfell Tower tragedy of June 2017.

Hope to Nope: Design Museum exhibition to examine contemporary political protest


The Design Museum in London has announced details of its forthcoming exhibition Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008-18.

Beyonce collaborator Lucy Dyson creates kaleidoscopic animated video for Courtney Barnett


Courtney Barnett has announced details of her new record, Tell Me How You Really Feel launching the news with a kaleidoscopic animated video for single, Nameless, Faceless made by artist and animator Lucy Dyson.

Village Underground owners to create £3 million, 2,500-capacity arts centre in London’s Dalston


Owners of Shoreditch venue Village Underground have got the go-ahead on plans to turn a vast, dilapidated cinema in Dalston into a new arts hub.


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