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Steve Powers' New York street signs offer an alternative perspective


Steve Powers is back with these brilliantly colourful signs currently littering the streets of New York.

Wayfaring land artist Richard Long pays homage to his Bristol roots


A meandering trail of white limestone cuts across the Bristol Downs like a line across a page. In its artless form, its earthly material and its outdoor setting, this simple intervention is a beautiful précis of Richard Long’s lifelong love letter to England’s southwest.

Rebecca Scheinberg comes pretty damn close to making perfect photographs


The funny thing about “perfect” images, where perfect means clean, or clear, or smooth, or lit from every which way, is that they take infinitely more energy to create than they do to consume.

We ask some established creatives what they wish they'd learned at art school


We’ve helped you put together a portfolio; held your hand as you navigate the “agent or no agent” debate and made you see what you and your work are worth.

Designs for a tarot deck celebrating black stars and overseen by Jodorowsky


It’s hard to resist any project that involves a tarot Tina Turner and surrealist filmmaking legend Alejandro Jodorowsky.

The Plant creates identity for Walthamstow business hub using a process from 1905


Combining tradition and a shrewd eye for what makes an area of London descended upon by many a a creative yummy mummy, The Plant has created a smart identity for The Tramworks hub for small businesses.

Ewoudt Boonstra's new film looks at ideas, beer, pretzels and the internet


“Pretzel is a film about beer, pretzels, ideas and the internet,” reads the subtitle to Ewoudt Boonstra’s new film, like it’s as simple and as understated as that.

Designs for a tarot deck celebrating black stars and overseen by Jodorowsky


It’s hard to resist any project that involves a Tarot Tina Turner and surrealist filmmaking legend Alejandro Jodorowsky.

Peter Steinhauer's colourfully symmetrical Singapore apartment blocks


The symmetry, uniformity and scale in Peter Steinhauer’s photographs of Singapore’s apartment blocks call out to the orderly in all of us.

Ewoudt Boonstra's new film looks at ideas, beer, pretzels and the internet


“Pretzel is a film about beer, pretzels, ideas and the internet,” reads the subtitle to Ewoudt Boonstra’s new film, like it’s as simple and as understated as that.

Craig Gibson's photography is sincere and refreshing


Having briefly mentioned Craig Gibson in our round up of the Photographers’ Gallery’s Fresh-Faced + Wild-Eyed show,  we felt the Scottish photographer deserved a little bit more attention.

Craig Gibson's photography is sincere and refreshing


Having briefly mentioned Craig Gibson in our round up of the Photographers’ Gallery’s Fresh-Faced + Wild-Eyed show,  we felt the Scottish photographer deserved a little bit more attention.

20 years of design studio Spin come to a London exhibition


“It’s a funny thing actually,” Tony Brook tells me, pointing to a series of three posters which have been reprinted especially for design studio Spin’s new exhibition, which opens today.

20 years of design studio Spin come to a London exhibition


“It’s a funny thing actually,” Tony Brook tells me, pointing to a series of three posters which have been reprinted especially for the exhibition, which opens today.

There Is' ace new typographic projects for Wired and New York Times magazine


We’ve been extolling the virtues of graphic designer Sean Freeman since way back in 2008 when some of you were likely still in short trousers and I was at university saying pretentious things about poems I’d half-cribbed from York Notes.

There Is' ace new typographic projects for Wired and New York Times magazine


We’ve been extolling the virtues of graphic designer Sean Freeman since way back in 2008 when some of you were likely still in short trousers and I was at university saying pretentious things about poems I’d half-cribbed from York Notes.

Filmmaker Alice Dunseath presents a meditative reflection on life


If you remember Hunting for Hockney, a gentle, reflective ode to grief and to the Yorkshire moors created by Alice Dunseath a while back, I’d put money on you being equally enamoured by the newest piece to emerge from her audiovisually inclined brain.

Edinburgh graduate Jack Fletcher's beautiful woodcut illustrations


Jack Fletcher’s work caught our eye at Edinburgh University’s stand at D&AD New Blood, thanks to its mixture of strange subject matter, bold colours and traditional woodcut technique.

20 years of design studio Spin comes to a London exhibition


“It’s a funny thing actually,” Tony Brook tells me, pointing to a series of three posters which have been reprinted especially for the exhibition, which opens today.

Stunning monochrome portraits from photographer Annemarieke van Drimmelen


The power of the portrait is demonstrated superbly by photographer Annemarieke van Drimmelen’s portfolio, as a beautiful intimacy graces each image.


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