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Rajeev Basu on his favourite music video, The Glue Society's Son of Kick


New York-based director Rajeev Basu has made plenty of curious projects that have kept us occupied for hours at a time, from this video game where your character punches itself in the face to stay awake to this collaborative project in which he invited a bunch of our favourite creatives to imagine what drones might look like once they become legal, so it makes perfect sense that his favourite music video be equally fascinating.

Another year, another round of extraordinary work by illustrator Ping Zhu


Ping Zhu is a force to be reckoned with in the world of illustration. Not only is she talented, mastering an inimitable style in every way imaginable, and then using it as very efficient bait to reel in the big clients, The Sunday Times, Pentagram and Nobrow included, but she’s also future proof – developing her style with every project she undertakes to make her as exciting as she is reliable, and delivering consistently good work to a broad spectrum of briefs.

Check out Laurie Lipton's astonishing pencil illustrations


It’s not only the level of detail in Laurie Lipton’s drawings which is crazy; the illustrations are too.

Photographs taken to show the impact of tourism on mountain landscapes


Stripped of snow, Ettore Moni’s alpine landscapes are scarred by access roads, crisscrossing electricity wires and ski lift cables.

Let's celebrate Ana Kraš' wonderful new drawings and New York show


Anyone in New York had better gallop over to Ed. Varie gallery to catch a new show by the ever-wonderful artist Ana Kraš.

Photographs taken to show the impact of tourism on mountain landscapes


Stripped of snow, Ettore Moni’s alpine landscapes are scarred by access roads, crisscrossing electricity wires and ski lift cables.

What makes Shillington grads special from those that employ them


In the past couple of weeks we’ve looked at why Shillington College was founded to offer a different kind of graphic design education and heard from some of the teachers at Shillington campuses around the world about how they make this happen in practice.

First look at The Simpsons/Family Guy crossover from Comic-Con


Ever since it was announced earlier this year that FOX was working on a Simpsons and Family Guy crossover hour-long special, fans of one or both shows have been interested to see how it would work.

Let's celebrate Ana Kraš' wonderful new drawings and New York show


Anyone in New York had better gallop over to Ed. Varie gallery to catch a new show by the ever-wonderful artist Ana Kraš.

Kenzo create a surreal interactive online gallery to showcase their new collection


Never a brand to risk complacency, Kenzo are pushing the boat out yet again this season to scale the parameters of the online store.

What makes Shillington grads special from those that employ them


In the past couple of weeks we’ve looked at why Shillington College was founded to offer a different kind of graphic design education and heard from some of the teachers at Shillington campuses around the world about how they make this happen in practice.

First look at The Simpsons/Family Guy crossover from Comic-Con


Ever since it was announced earlier this year that FOX was working on a Simpsons and Family Guy crossover hour-long special, fans of one or both shows have been interested to see how it would work.

A Friend of Mine launch snazzy new website with bright and bouncy identity for Aussie art fair


It’s been a couple of years since we last featured Melbourne-based studio A Friend of Mine so the launch of their brand new website was the perfect chance to celebrate their talents again.

Another year, another round of extraordinary work by illustrator Ping Zhu


Ping Zhu is a force to be reckoned with in the world of illustration. Not only is she talented, mastering an inimitable style in every way imaginable, and then using it as very efficient bait to reel in the big clients, The Sunday Times, Pentagram and Nobrow included, but she’s also future proof, developing her style with every project she undertakes to make her as exciting as she is reliable, delivering consistently good work to a broad spectrum of briefs.

A special Friday mixtape from south London Ninja Tune artist Slugabed


What a TREAT we have here! Ninja Tune artist and DJ Slugabed is here to make your Friday 88.8% better with a fun mix to get you through the last few hours of the week.

Stop rustling your popcorn! The Weekender’s about to start…


Not that you need to be quiet for this showstopper; if the Weekender was a film, it’d most likely be the grotesque, just-about-legal but nonetheless strange story of a desert island.

Check out Laurie Lipton's astonishing pencil illustrations


It’s not only the level of detail in Laurie Lipton’s drawings which is crazy; the illustrations are too.

A dark and fascinating short film about a New Zealand gang member


What’s more terrifying than a street gang? I’ll tell you, a Maori gang called the Mighty Mongrel Mob.

A Friend of Mine's bright and bouncy identity for Aussie art fair


It’s been a couple of years since we last featured Melbourne-based studio A Friend of Mine so the launch of their brand new website was the perfect chance to celebrate their talents again.

Another year, another round of extraordinary work by illustrator Ping Zhu


Ping Zhu is a force to be reckoned with in the world of illustration. Not only is she talented, mastering an inimitable style in every way imaginable, and then using it as very efficient bait to reel in the big clients, The Sunday Times, Pentagram and Nobrow included, but she’s also future proof, developing her style with every project she undertakes to make her as exciting as she is reliable, delivering consistently good work to a broad spectrum of briefs.


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