“In the car I just can’t wait, to pick you up on our very first date. Is it cool if I hold your hand?
In his work for Bloomberg Businessweek designer and art director Richard Turley has long been feted for his interesting and unusual graphic treatments.
Yeah come on then Friday we have everything we need to deal with you and your wily ways. Jaunty hat, some of the finest wines known to humanity and 23 minutes of art and design chat delivered direct to your ears.
While you’re waiting for The Grand Budapest Hotel to hurry up and get itself into the bloody cinemas, keep yourself entertained and Wes-ed up with Mr.
Since that bloody marvellous office plant project Polly whipped out this year she can pretty much do no wrong in our eyes.
It’s Friday, which means we’re starting to get a little delirious here in the It’s Nice That bunker. The heating’s turned up to an anaesthetising 30 degrees and we’ve got some nondescript house music blasting from the stereo.
We realise that sometimes the music we play in the It’s Nice That headquarters isn’t that “cool” so this week we’ve opened it up to our Twitter followers – yippee!
Ever-innovative Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin have just launched their annual art special which sees the Glaswegian master of silliness David Shrigley follow in the likes of Jeff Koons, Jenny Holzer and Anselm Kiefer.
Could somebody pass me my exciting new magazine klaxon because new title Riposte has landed and it looks like a bobby-dazzler (maybe betty-dazzler?
How can you not love every single piece of work made by someone whose name translates as “magic bag?” His latest series entitled Society of Disillusioned Artists is a sour piss-take of the state of the art world featuring a funny dog with glasses who is seen painting his bum yellow in a kind of friendly, dirty protest.
A journalist at the press conference for the hotly-anticipated Hello My Name is Paul Smith at the Design Museum made a very interesting point.
London-based photographer Lydia Goldblatt certainly seems to have found her feet in her medium. Her portfolio is not small collection of stunning work, while her most recent series, Still Here is best described as a sensitive and stunning portrayal of mortality and ageing.
We’ve long been fans of Brazilian-born, New York based artist Rafaël Rozendaal and so when it came to drawing up the programme for our creative symposium Here held in the summer he was an obvious choice.
Joakim Jansson, aka Sans Colour, is a Norwegian-based, Swedish graphic designer who, as his moniker suggests, is a dab-hand at working in monochrome.
I’ve been pondering how I could add a note of artistry to this series of photographs by Xavier Soquet.
When I think of football in the 80s I think of the smell of freshly mowed turf, steaming styrofoam cups and old sheepskin coats with packets of Pall Mall tucked inside.
Rutherford Chang listens to The White Album every day. As well as doing this, he also spends his time tracking down every single vinyl copy of the album he possibly can.
Just so we’re clear, the woman in this video – which may or may not be Cate Le Bon herself – is living nothing short of a dream life.
Bookbinding is one of those skills I wish I possessed (see also basic butchery and intermediate chandlery).
Signs that you’ve made it: 1. You have a book of your work out. 2. The text for said book is written by Creative Review editor Patrick Burgoyne.