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Cartoonist Nathan Cowdry introduces a strange and wonderful world in his comic, Western Voyeur


Western Voyeur is a manga-inspired exploration of the world of characters Porcha, Gobo-Chan and Dogson.

Best of the Web: the stuff we found online that we just can't wait to show you


Another week, another seven days of the internet relentlessly publishing some great stuff for our eyeballs and earholes to enjoy.

Things: the August edition


Another month, another Things. The dog days of August are over, and although the English summer seemed to take early leave (when does it not?

Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse sculptures appear in the River Thames


Sculptures of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse have been placed in London’s Thames river, but are visible only twice a day at low tide.

Cartoonist Nathan Cowdry introduces a strange and wonderful world in his comic, Western Voyeur


Western Voyeur is a manga-inspired exploration of the world of characters Po-Cha-Chan, Gobo-Chan and Dogson-San.

Things: the August edition


Another month, another Things. The dog days of August are over, and although the English summer seemed to take early leave (when does it not?

Dominic Wilcox's bonkers breakfast-based inventions for Kellogg's


Content very much skewed towards a certain brand isn’t often something we’d rush to chat about, but in the case of Dominic Wilcox’s work for Kellogg’s, we’re more than happy to make an exception.

Bizarre film follows feline photographer Larry Johnson at New Jersey cat show


In Mark Zemel’s short film The Purrtraitist, we follow renowned cat portrait photographer Larry Johnson on a trip to a cat show in Parsippany, New Jersey.

Dull reality spruced up beautifully by photographer Teddy Delcroix


French photographer Teddy Delcroix has a skill for close-up, abstracted compositions of everyday scenes.

Marvel Studio releases rejected Iron Man logos


For their inaugural feature, Marvel chose a logo that had golden, blocky authority with an inspirational fade and now, its polished alternatives have been released for the world to see.

Andy Warhol: original FOMO artist, Polaroid photographer extraordinaire


We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Andy Warhol sure did look like he was fun at parties – or at least he surrounded himself with people that were.

Bielke&Yang creates bright, playful Oslo Design Fair identity


When you think Scandinavian design, you think clean, white minimalism. But some new designs for Oslo Design Fair manage to take that clean aesthetic and inject a bit of colour and playfulness into it, courtesy of Bielke&Yang.

Vincent Girardot’s photo diary documents an alpine tour of fish, factories and firs


One half of art direction and photography studio Julie et Vincent, Vincent Girardot is adept at shooting high gloss stories packed with babes for American Apparel and NikeLab, but it’s his photographs of mineral water bottle factories, raw fish and roadside attractions that really caught our attention.

Moving Brands gives its opinions on the new Google logo design


In this guest article from Moving Brands, the agency discusses its thoughts on Google’s new “playful” logo, and whether the brand has achieved the goals it set out to achieve through its revised identity.

Olafur Eliasson launches a solar phone charger on Kickstarter


Artist Olafur Eliasson has designed Little Sun Charge, a high-performance solar phone charger and light.

Eric Petersen's surreal illustrations take their cues from video games


California-based illustrator Eric Petersen has a very stylised approach to his work and is influenced by instructional graphics and video games.

Typographic club posters that show how creativity flourishes within boundaries


Creativity can flourish within limitations, someone probably once said. Dublin-based designer Gianni Clifford certainly found that at least, having been tasked with creating a new poster pretty much every week for a year for the same client, using only black and white.

Paris-based Adrien Menard's portfolio experiments with letterforms and composition


The eclectic array of work in French graphic designer Adrien Menard’s portfolio is a sight to behold.

The creative process explained via egg metaphors, thanks to artist Honza Zamojski


Honza Zamojski describes his ethos as: “To make it work, you need to make it work.” This straightforward outlook suggests restrained minimalism and utility, not madcap theories and people with shocked expressions made from steel rods pushing against walls.

Brian Griffin's haunting new photography book documents paths that led to the Holocaust


Subdued, disquieting and ultimately devastating, Brian Griffin’s photography series Himmselstrasse forms a solemn documentation of the Nazi Holocaust.


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