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Barber Osgerby's swinging, reflective installation in huge V&A gallery


Three years ago at the London Design Festival, the Bouroullec Brothers transformed the Raphael Cartoons gallery at the V&A by installing a huge textile-covered platform down the centre of the vast room.

Wade Jeffree's Hardy is a typeface with a certain edge


When showing off a new typeface, most designers opt for the go-to panagram “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.” On one of the promotional posters for his new font Hardy, Wade Jeffree has plumped for “It’s too easy being a c**t.” In other words, this is a typeface with attitude.

Ace new Viction:ary book explores numbers as graphic elements


Like their counterparts over at Unit Editions, the Viction:ary team has an unerring eye for putting together graphic design books that are a cut above the competition.

A Things eggstravanganza this Fry-Day


Pardon the puns, but when you have a project as eggcentric as 12 dozen egg cups amongst your Things, it’s simply irresistible.

Fantastic new solo work from Diogo Potes of Alva Alva Studio


Not much makes us as happy as a brilliant studio churning out spectacular work, but to find out each member is a fantastic designer in their own right is even better.

Barber Osgerby's swinging, reflective installation in huge V&A gallery


Three years ago at the London Design Festival, the Bouroullec Brothers transformed the Raphael Cartoons gallery at the V&A by installing a huge textile-covered platform down the centre of the vast room.

An interview with Ricardo Casas about the Heineken Pop Up City Lounge


When Mexican designer Ricardo Casas talks about his role in the Heineken Pop Up City Lounge, one word crops up more than any other – behaviour.

We interview Eike König about Hort's 20th birthday show at KK Outlet


20 years ago in 1994, little known designer Eike König set up his “graphic design playground” Hort, creating a community in the centre of Berlin where creatives could collaborate on ideas and client briefs side by side.

Intriguing portraits of the last remaining hereditary peers


Several years ago, Luke Archer came across an antique camera in his mum’s shed. It was in amongst heaps of equipment from his grandfather’s studio, who was also a photographer, and originally belonged to Alexander Bassano, a Victorian society photographer.

Ace new Viction:ary book explores explores numbers as graphic elements


Like their counterparts over at Unit Editions, the Viction:ary team has an unerring eye for putting together graphic design books that are a cut above the competition.

Bonsoir Paris on creating the stunning Printed Pages Autumn 2014 cover


Once again we’ve got to the end of the production process and a brand new issue of Printed Pages is sat proudly on all of our desks.

Travel filmmakers Jungles in Paris on their favourite music videos


If you’ve not yet heard of Jungles in Paris, allow me to introduce you to the best means of procrastination you’ll come across all week.

Intriguing portraits of the last remaining heriditary peers


Several years ago, Luke Archer came across an antique camera in his mum’s shed. It was in amongst heaps of equipment from his grandfather’s studio, who was also a photographer, and originally belonged to Alexander Bassano, a Victorian society photographer.

An Americana-themed mix to celebrate the new issue of Printed Pages!


Howdy! The new issue of Printed Pages magazine is out, and we’re happy to announce that deep within its wondrous pages lies an in-depth article studying the impact of Americana on art and design.

Bonsoir Paris on creating the stunning Printed Pages Autumn 2014 cover


Once again we’ve got to the end of the production process and a brand new issue of Printed Pages is sat proudly on all of our desks.

Wade Jeffree's Hardy is a typeface with a certain edge


When showing off a new typeface, most designers opt for the go-to panagram “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.” On one of the promotional posters for his new font Hardy, Wade Jeffree has plumped for “It’s too easy being a c**t.” In other words, this is a typeface with attitude.

Bonsoir Paris on creating the stunning Printed Pages Autumn 2014 cover


Once again we’ve got to the end of the production process and a brand new issue of Printed Pages is sat proudly on all of our desks.

Saskia Roberts designs a collection inspired by ceramics


A moment please to stop and admire the beautiful graduate collection of fashion designer Saskia Roberts, who designed a range entitled Potter, Painter, Poet inspired by ceramics, and the textures, colours, and patterns produced during the process.

An interview with Marion Deuchars about her inspiring new book


“Good artists copy, great artists steal,” is a line famously attributed to Picasso. There is some disagreement about whether the big man did utter these words, but it has endured as a truism; influence and inspiration flowing from one artist to another play a major part in the development of art history.

Wade Jeffree's Hardy is a typeface with a certain edge


When showing off a new typeface, most designers opt for the go-to panagram “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.” On one of the promotional posters for his new font Hardy, Wade Jeffree has plumped for “It’s too easy being a c**t.” In other words, this is a typeface with attitude.


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