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Best of the Web: a few of our favourite things we've spotted on the internet this week


It’s monsoon season apparently here in London, so what better time to sit about trawling the internets for nuggets of wisdom and beauty.

Tom Phillips' magnum opus turned a Victorian novel into a work of art spanning 50 years


Tom Phillips’ A Humument is one of those creative endeavours that manages to hold the attention of even the most indifferent of gallery-goers.

Matisse-inspired posters for Serbian Youth Day from designer Monika Lang


Belgrade designer Monika Lang’s set of posters and visuals for Dan Mladih (Youth Day) in Kragujevac, Serbia remind me of Matisse’s cut-outs but with softer, more rounded edges as though they’ve been created using those child-friendly, red-handled scissors we used as kids.

Illustrators including Sam Taylor and Charlotte Mei's tributes to NWA's Straight Outta Compton


Incase you’ve missed that hilarious Facebook meme that’s been going around with the NWA stamp saying “Straight outta Clapton,” or “Straight outta Hitchin” or whatever, or indeed any of the other internet hype, today sees the launch of the movie Straight Outta Compton.

Raphael Schoen's cheerfully chaotic posters for a Swiss youth club


This series of posters from graphic designer Raphael Schoen are cheerful, inventive and simple. Created for JAZ, a youth organisation in Zug, Switzerland, the posters advertise their summer programme using a combination of happy colours and line drawings.

Tomomi Maezawa designs airy identity for Fabrica and Daikin collaboration


Earlier this year Fabrica collaborated with Daikin on a multi-sensory exhibition inspired by two traditional Japanese expressions that evoke human breath: FU and HA.

Mark Manzi's photography: part staged, part skill, part "pure luck"


Mark Manzi’s photography manages to straddle that undulating line between feeling very staged and utterly fortuitous.

Ely Dagher’s hypnotic and erotic animated vignettes for Model 86’s EP (NSFW)


Numbers on the back of varsity jackets count down, tiny bodies walk across taut bellies, legs swing open and shut, heads roll back in ecstasy, and doppelgängers look between each other’s legs in surprise.

Tomomi Maezawa designs airy identity for Fabrica and Daikin collaboration


Earlier this year Fabrica collaborated with Daikin on a multi-sensory exhibition inspired by two traditional Japanese expressions that evoke human breath: FU and HA.

Ely Dagher’s hypnotic and erotic animated vignettes for Model 86’s EP (NSFW)


Numbers on the back of varsity jackets count down, tiny bodies walk across taut bellies, legs swing open and shut, heads roll back in ecstasy, and doppelgängers look between each other’s legs in surprise.

Three brothers on a summer adventure in Neil Bedford's new series for Kinfolk


Photographer Neil Bedford’s latest series Are We There Yet? for the new issue of Kinfolk is an absolute summer dream.

From building site to bustling creative destination – London's illustration gallery one year on


Olivia Ahmad remembers the first time she saw the House of Illustration, because there wasn’t much to see.

Ely Dagher’s hypnotic and erotic animated vignettes for Model 86’s EP (NSFW)


Numbers on the back of varsity jackets count down, tiny bodies walk across taut bellies, legs swing open and shut, heads roll back in ecstasy, and doppelgängers look between each other’s legs in surprise.

Playfully tongue-in-cheek illustrations from Germany-based Cécile Dormeau


There’s an undeniable joy to French illustrator Cécile Dormeau’s gifs and illustrations, thanks to her bodaciously drawn babes that tell it like it is.

Big, bold and beautiful: Isabelle Vaverka designs Unseen photography festival mag


When a magazine is so big that you struggle to fit it on a table (albeit a rather small one in an east London coffee shop), its design had better justify it.

Oscar Grønner shows us a weird world of monolithic figures


Oscar Grønner’s illustrations introduce us to a strange cast of characters. Rendered in a naive style at odds with the more polished aesthetic of his design work, Oscar draws weighty figures in white worlds.

Creatives talk us through their blunders, fuckups and failures at Nicer Tuesdays


Blunders, fuckups, gaffes…From the good old days when You’ve Been Framed paid £250 for every clip they showed to joyous Schadenfreude, everyone loves seeing people make pigs ear of things.

Photographer Christian Werner captures the changes in Athens since the crisis


Spending his summer in Hydra, a small secluded island in Greece, it was photographer Christian Werner’s journey through Athens to get there that stuck with him.

The Anonymous Sex Journal is back, and this issue is all about wanking


When a birthday card-shaped unassuming pale pink envelope popped through our front door earlier on this week I figured my grandma had sent me a sweet letter.

Pentagram partner Angus Hyland chats to us about why dogs and design go together hand in paw


Pentagram partner Angus Hyland recently co-authored and designed The Book of the Dog, a sweet little look at man’s best friend through an art history lens.


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