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Giacomo Gambineri recreates 146 TV moments for cover of New York Magazine


One of the biggest cultural shifts in the past 20 years has been the emergence of TV as a credible and innovative creative medium.

Get ready for a rollercoaster of postal goodness. Things is back again!


The last time I wrote a Things round-up was back in December 2011 so please forgive me if I’m out of practice.

Radim Peško's website is a treasure trove of digital type design


Since we launched the new issue of Printed Pages a number of people have been in touch to ask what font we’ve been using on the promotional materials surrounding the mag – the lovely serif that’s been featured on our banner ads and Instagram.

Crisp, clever loveliness from Tomi Um


Last week a woman called Jaci Kessler emailed in showing us some of the art direction she’s done for Bloomberg Businessweek’s ETC section.

Such a cool new music video for Toro Y Moi's new song


WHY has no one utilised the dry-ice in the fruit and veg section in a supermarket for the inspiration behind a music video before?

Pints and point-scoring – Our run-down of election-related creative projects


The UK is gripped with election fever this week as we decide which middle-aged white man we want standing up for us at the world’s top table.

Gorgeous rare posters by the likes of Picasso, Míro and Le Corbusier


It’s always great to see another side of the biggest names in art, and in this selection of posters from artists including Picasso, Henri Matisse, Yves Klein and Le Corbusier, our curiosity is amply satisfied.

Fun and flashy fonts from young French foundry Lift Type


If you’re a young freshly launched type foundry, how do you go about demonstrating to the rest of the world how fun and cool you are?

Gorgeous rare posters by the likes of Picasso, Míro and Le Corbusier


It’s always great to see another side of the biggest names in art, and in this selection of posters from artists including Picasso, Henri Matisse, Yves Klein and Le Corbusier, our curiosity is amply satisfied.

Radim Peško's website is a treasure trove of digital type design


Since we launched the new issue of Printed Pages a number of people have been in touch to ask what font we’ve been using on the promotional materials surrounding the mag – the lovely serif that’s been featured on our banner ads and Instagram.

Such a cool new music video for Toro Y Moi's new song


WHY has no one utilised the dry-ice in the fruit and veg section in a supermarket for the inspiration behind a music video before?

Fun and flashy fonts from young French foundry Lift Type


If you’re a young freshly launched type foundry, how do you go about demonstrating to the rest of the world how fun and cool you are?

A glorious, affectionate celebration of VHS weirdos


When a digital format takes over from its analogue predecessor, often the rougher, nostalgia-infused antecedent takes on a charming quality.

Pints and point-scoring – Our run-down of election-related creative projects


The UK is gripped with election fever this week as we decide which middle-aged white man we want standing up for us at the world’s top table.

Nike follow Manny Pacquiao on his exhaustive training schedule


Did you watch it Saturday night? The Big Fight? The Fight of the Century no less? Personally, I didn’t; it was very expensive and a man in the pub persuaded me that watching people take punches to the head was morally wrong.

Crisp, clever loveliness from Tomi Um


Last week a woman called Jaci Kessler emailed in showing us some of the art direction she’s done for Bloomberg Businessweek’s ETC section.

Designer Jon Bland gives kids 50 things to do before the end of year 7


Graphic design has a lot of power: to persuade, to delight, to foster recognition. It also has the power to help make the scariest years of a school career that little bit easier, as a few recent projects have shown.

After some entertainment for the bank holiday weekend? Here's the Weekender!


If you’re in the UK, IT’S BANK HOLIDAY SEASON, PEOPLE. We’re downing our pens and replacing them with pints, and we’re not going to stop until it’s Monday afternoon and we’ve got tennis elbow from all the lifting.

New site and typically brilliant new work from ManvsMachine


In 2014 ManvsMachine were never far from our thoughts what with their rebrand of Channel 4’s Film4 service, and their frankly breathtaking work for Nike’s Mercurial Superfly.

Jeffrey Lewis tells a folk fantasy comics tale for Black Yaya's debut


You know Jeffrey Lewis draws don’t you? Of course you do. He’s been making merchandise for his own musical output since he first put audio on wax.


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