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Red Bull Music Academy works with top Canadian animators on The Junction series


Red Bull Music Academy has moved into animation with The Junction, a six-episode series by some of Canada’s most exciting animation talent.

Ira Ivanova designs vibrant wristband-inspired identity for Moscow music festival


Afisha is a Russian magazine and website that documents urban entertainment and shifts in culture. Afisha Picnic is a one-day outdoor festival held by the mag and is said to be Moscow’s biggest music festival, gathering together around 50,000 people.

Things glorious things! The best of the postman's offerings we received this September


This month the postman’s trip to 21 Downham Road was accompanied by a heavy satchel. Over September there was a running theme of publications making their way through out letterbox.

Vaughan Oliver reveals latest Pixies artwork for new album Head Carrier


Vaughan Oliver has continued his long-standing relationship with the Pixies, designing the artwork for the band’s new album Head Carrier, released 30 September and on display at the Northern Design Festival in October.

Things glorious things! The best of the postman's offerings we received this September


This month the postman’s trip to 21 Downham Road was accompanied by a heavy satchel. Over September there was a running theme of publications making their way through out letterbox.

David Shrigley says his Fourth Plinth sculpture “purports to actually make the world a better place”


Artist David Shrigley and London mayor Sadiq Khan have revealed the latest sculpture to sit atop Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth: Really Good, a seven-metre-high bronze thumbs-up.

Founder of It’s Nice That Will Hudson announces the launch of new venture Lecture in Progress on Kickstarter


In a week that over a 150,000 students start or return to university to study art and design courses in the UK, It’s Nice That founder and director Will Hudson is launching Lecture in Progress – an educational resource that exists to help the next generation of creatives make better career decisions. Lecture in Progress will do this by inspiring and informing members of the breadth of opportunities that exist in the creative industry.

Dan Emmerson shoots #bikelife in the Welsh valleys


Somesuch have released Bike Life, a short documentary by Dan Emmerson. 12 O’Clock Boys meets the Valleys, Bike Life follows Daniel Commander and his group of their friends as they cycle their way around the outskirts of Cardiff.

Bill Baird's ephemeral online album is completely unique for every listener


Experimental musician Bill Baird has written, recorded and remixed an album that is truly unique to each listener.

Dive into Adam Higton's collages via his psychedelic new album and video


Adam Higton’s band, Cosmic Neighbourhood, is named after the mythical world he creates for his nostalgic collage characters.

Futur Neue explores texts through clean typography, images and unusual printing techniques  


Geneva-based graphic design and research studio Futur Neue was founded by Constance Delamadeleine, Alex Dujet and Sébastien Mathys.

Ira Ivanova designs vibrant wristband-inspired identity for Moscow music festival


Afisha is a Russian magazine and website that documents urban entertainment and shifts in culture. Alisha Picnic is a one-day outdoor festival held by the mag and is said to be Moscow’s biggest music festival, gathering together around 50,000 people.

Ewen Spencer on new commission "Kick over the statues"

Since kicking off his photography career shooting nightlife for iconic late 90s, early 00s mags The Face and Sleazenation, subculture obsessive Ewen Spencer has kept his lens firmly on the seedier side of youth culture, from the Moet-clutching clubbers of the UK garage scene to nascent grime MCs battling it out in Jammer’s dungeon; from the moped-riding, bikini-wearing mob kids of Naples to liquid-bodied Ballroom dancers in Rotterdam.

An appetite for destruction: Nikita Teryoshin photographs weapons and canapés at an arms fair


“I’m generally interested in trade fairs. Access for ordinary people is forbidden to these events and the visitors are usually exhibitors, professionals and reporters,” explains photographer Nikita Teryoshin.

Giphy to host a gif gallery exhibition called Loop Dreams


Giphy has announced it will host an exhibition of gifs entitled Loop Dreams. Featuring 25 artists, the New York show will include holographic convex posters, large-scale projections, digital artworks, VR and interactive installations.

Ho Tam, the one-man-band publisher


Ho Tam Press is the brain child of Vancouver-based artist Ho Tam. The name reflects its personal output, everything from editorial, design, production and distribution is all completed by the man himself.

Sam Pilling, Hattie Newman, Phil Sharp and Kit Caless at Nicer Tuesdays September


This month’s Nicer Tuesdays delved into the processes behind an epic music video, intricate paper set design, street photography, a blog about pub carpets, and it was fascinating.

Zhang Liang's cartoons sum up American pop culture


Illustrator Zhang Liang — who also goes by the name Ray — makes bold, vibrant, and, despite their often NSFW content, cleanly executed cartoons.

Sam Pilling, Hattie Newman, Phil Sharp and Kit Caless at Nicer Tuesdays September


This month’s Nicer Tuesdays delved into the processes behind an epic music video, intricate paper set design, street photography, a blog about pub carpets, and it was fascinating.

Photographer Laura Pannack finds inspiration in a Romanian folk tale


London-based photographer Laura Pannack will exhibit a new body of work Youth Without Age, Life Without Death: Chapter 1 at the Francesca Maffeo Gallery next month.


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