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Pentagram's slick, colourful Queens Theatre identity


Pitting black and white photography against block colour, Pentagram’s new identity work for Queens Theatre in New York is slick, bright and strong; with as much vibrancy and grace as the performers that tread the venue’s boards.

The It's Nice That team share what they've learned about online publishing


For the past couple of weeks our Behind The Screens feature has been exploring the world of online publishing, paying tribute to some of the best sites around by talking to the people that make them what they are.

A thought-provoking project focussing on 48 hours with Ron Jeremy


It’s generally accepted that society gets the celebrities it deserves, that fame doesn’t just happen and we have to understand why certain people get put on a pedestal.

We chat to Wild Beasts about their GIF novel for The Jameson Works


Wild Beasts frontman Hayden Thorpe vividly remembers coming across Mattis Dovier’s work. The band had been approached to take part in The Jameson Works, a project which focuses on how creativity happens and the insights and stories picked up along the way that are as much a part of the creative process as the final outcome.

Stunning and dark film-noir inspired music video for Iceage


With its shadowy narrative, a disquieting undertone of suggested violence and sexuality and unflinching portraiture, the stunning new video for Danish band Iceage’s solemn and equally uncomfortable song Against the Moon is a fantastically haunting apportion of film noir tropes.

Joan Cornellà is back with more gruesome hilarity in comic strip form


Joan Cornellà is nothing short of a master of his form. He’s got the gruesome comic strip down to a fine art, creating complex and hilarious narratives and then expressing them in no more than six bright panels, from one man with a poo on his head googling “who loves me?

We chat to Wild Beasts about their GIF novel for The Jameson Works


Wild Beasts frontman Hayden Thorpe vividly remembers coming across Mattis Dovier’s work. The band had been approached to take part in The Jameson Works, a project which focuses on how creativity happens and the insights and stories picked up along the way that are as much a part of the creative process as the final outcome.

A thought-provoking project focussing on 48 hours with Ron Jeremy


It’s generally accepted that society gets the celebrities it deserves, that fame doesn’t just happen and we have to understand why certain people get put on a pedestal.

Pentagram's slick, colourful Queens Theatre identity


Pitting black and white photography against block colour, Pentagram’s new identity work for Queens Theatre in New York is slick, bright and strong; with as much vibrancy and grace as the performers that tread the venue’s boards.

Joan Cornellà is back with more gruesome hilarity in comic strip form


Joan Cornellà is nothing short of a master of his form. He’s got the gruesome comic strip down to a fine art, creating complex and hilarious narratives and then expressing them in no more than six bright panels, from one man with a poo on his head googling “who loves me?

We talk new-look KFC restaurants and Tate Modern's war photography show


Some things change, while some beat on ceaselessly, boats against the current and the Studio Audience podcast falls firmly in the latter camp.

James Franco announces a new exhibition of art entitled Fat Squirrel


There’s not a pie in the cultural world that James Franco isn’t ready and willing to stick a finger into, and to prove it the actor, director, poet and musician has just announced a new exhibition of his artworks, entitled Fat Squirrel, which is to be held at London’s Siegfried Contemporary gallery.

Great, playful Hato Studio-designed tool for year six kids to express themselves


Year six is a tricky time to remember. Clearly we were too busy counting pogs, furtively worrying about training bras and forging detailed plans of how to marry Damon Albarn to forge many other remembrances.

Here's Erik Söderberg mind-boggling GIF art to transfix you


There’s something delightfully scientific about Erik Söderberg’s GIFs, however firmly I remind yourself that they’re composed of thousands of pixels.

Stunning and dark film-noir inspired music video for Iceage


With its shadowy narrative, a disquieting undertone of suggested violence and sexuality and unflinching portraiture, the stunning new video for Danish band Iceage’s solemn and equally uncomfortable song Against the Moon is a fantastically haunting apportion of film noir tropes.

Great, playful Hato Studio-designed tool for year six kids to express themselves


Year six is a tricky time to remember. Clearly we were too busy counting pogs, furtively worrying about training bras and forging detailed plans of how to marry Damon Albarn to forge many other remembrances.

Chewing over last night's food-themed Nicer Tuesdays


Food was on the proverbial table at last night’s Nicer Tuesdays, with four speakers who engaged in all-things-edible talking us though their work in experiential food design; print and publishing; illustration and, perhaps most obscurely, edible insects.

The inimitable Harley Weir on beauty, saliva and snogging for i-D


Harley Weir is an extraordinary talent. Her work is bold and unreserved, whether it be part of a personal project investigating the border between Israel and Palestine, a vibrant fashion editorial for the likes of British Vogue, or a series of ethereal portraits capturing redheads with all of the eerie stillness of Millais’ Ophelia.

We chat to Wild Beats about their collaborative GIF novel for TheJameson Works

Wild Beats frontman Hayden Thorpe vividly remembers coming across Mattis Dovier’s work. The band had been approached to take part in The Jameson Works, a project which focuses on how creativity happens and the insights and stories picked up along the way that are as much a part of the creative process as the final outcome.

Why there's a signed postcard on the cover of The 2014 It's Nice That Annual


A constant refrain when putting together the It’s Nice That Annual is to keep the creative work front and centre.


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