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Wolfgang Tillmans directs video for Powell track, Freezer


Former Turner-prize winning artist Wolfgang Tillmans has created the visuals for Freezer, a new track by XL Recordings-signed Powell.

Bonobo’s latest video by Stylewar makes the world dance to the song’s rhythm


Bonobo has released the video for his track Bambro Koyo Ganda, directed by Stylewar, which makes the world dance to the song’s infectious rhythm.

British cartoonist Leo Baxendale, creator of the Bash Street Kids, has died aged 86


Leo Baxendale, the British cartoonist known for creating The Beano strip the Bash Street Kids and Minnie the Minx, has died aged 86.

Lili des Bellons illustrates a fluoro world of monsters and robots


Paris-based illustrator Lili des Bellons’ latest series Arc is a set of ilustrations that are “free, without constraint and personal” and provided a chance for Lili to experiment.

Type tells Tales: Steven Heller and Gail Anderson explore the performative traits of type


Steven Heller and Gail Anderson have collaborated on a new book Type Tells Tales that explores the role of type beyond conveying language.

Things: The post full of positivity we received this April


We’re always astounded by the amount of great post we receive, and the first third of this year has been particularly brilliant.

Ai Weiwei, Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron confront surveillance culture in new exhibition


Controversial artist and activist Ai Weiwei is set for a new collaboration with Pritzker Prize-winning architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron in New York this summer.

Putting a smile on the newsstand: Printed Pages SS17 is now on general sale


We wanted to put a smile on the newsstand with our first issue of Printed Pages in 2017! A defiant riposte to the unrelenting state of the news and a statement of the power of creativity.

M35 creates a topographical identity for a project about Australia's rural landscape


Sydney-based multidisciplinary agency M35 has created an identity for a research and exhibition project by Future Method Studio, called A Field Guide to Getting Lost.

Photographer Mark Hartman on travelling to Coney Island every day to make his Islands series


“I began making this work in July, when I decided I would have the discipline to take the train to Coney Island and photograph every day,” photographer Mark Hartman explains.

We speak to the three creatives behind the new editorial and film for Kenzo


As African culture is increasingly disseminated across Instagram and on the pages of Western fashion magazines, an exhibition celebrating Nigerian beauty and identity opens in-store at Kenzo Mayfair.

“The creative community has a powerful voice”: what we learned at Nicer Tuesdays


This month’s Nicer Tuesdays heralded creativity’s power to cross borders, bring people together and discover new worlds.

Is colour subjective? Disegno tests Johannes Itten’s colour theory


In the latest issue of Disegno, a collection of creatives explore the subjectivity of colour. Read more

Hardcore bands, basketball and You Tube experiments – introducing designer and illustrator Sam Bailey


South London-based designer and illustrator Sam Bailey was self-taught “other than a college graphic design course”, and cut his teeth by making white label work for high street labels and for publications.

Director Christopher Hewitt tells boxer Anthony Joshua’s life story in 90 seconds for Lucozade


Valenstein and Fatt (the creative agency formerly known as Grey London), has released a 90-second advert charting the rise of boxer Anthony Joshua for Lucozade.

Soshiki Hakase directs super cute music video that brings household objects to life


Soshiki Hakase has directed a music video for Japanese singer/songwriter YeYe with his animation studio Furifurisoshiki, creating a fantastical pastel-coloured world full of cute animals and animated objects.

Is colour subjective? Disegno tests Johannes Itten's colour theory


In the latest issue of Disegno, a collection of creatives explore the subjectivity of colour. Read more

Wes Anderson announces release date of stop motion film Isle of Dogs with official poster


Wes Anderson has announced the release date of his upcoming stop motion animated film Isle of Dogs with the official poster.

Illustrator Lizzy Stewart shares some gems from her bookshelf


Lizzy Stewart is an illustrator and artist, and has created zines, comics and picture books for the masses over eight years.

John L. Walters selects and dissects five objects from Alan Kitching's archive


This month John L Walters’ acclaimed book Alan Kitching, A Life in Letterpress is arriving in bookshops nationally after the successful collector’s edition release last year.


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