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Solange tells Evening Standard magazine “dtmh” after it removes braids from cover shot


Solange has posted the original photo used on this week’s Evening Standard magazine cover on her Instagram, commenting “dtmh” after the magazine digitally removed a large sculptural circle of braids.

Jeremyville to open pop-up studio at Dublin’s The Future festival


Jeremyville will be opening his first pop-up studio at The Future design and innovation festival in Dublin next month, giving complete insight to his creative process.

A real bobby-dazzler, it’s Best of the Web!


If you’re still recovering from that time when the sky went dark and the sun went red, then this edition of Best of the Web is the perfect way to end a confusing week.

Carine Roitfeld curates Veuve Clicquot’s annual Widow Series


Carine Roitfeld has followed in the footsteps of FKA twigs as the curator behind the third instalment of the annual Veuve Clicquot Widow Series which opens to the public today, Friday 20 October in an Islington Townhouse.

Max Guther is back with more hyper real illustrations visualising social trends


Earlier this year Max Guther’s Sims-like illustrations had many of the It’s Nice That team feeling nostalgic for his digitalised works that remain full of character.

“Plans to end freedom of movement following Brexit imperil the creative industries” says report


A Global Talent Report published by the Creative Industries Federation stresses the vital need for international workers in the sector, and the threats posed by the impacts of Brexit.

Will Ferrell acts as a phone obsessed dad in non-profit campaign for a #DeviceFreeDinner


Actor Will Ferrell features in non-profit Common Sense’s latest campaign, encouraging families, kids and parents, to put down their phones and have a #DeviceFreeDinner.

Smörgåsbord creates concept for new Welsh rugby shirt inspired by the landscape of Wales


The new rugby kit for the Welsh Rugby Union for the 2017/18 season has been unveiled designed around a concept developed by Cardiff and Amsterdam-based agency Smörgåsbord.

Lush commissions Caterina Bianchini to portray "the art of bathing"


Lush is a global cosmetic retailer that focusses on producing hair and beauty products that contain no parabens, chemicals or unnatural ingredients and are all handmade in England.

Friday Mixtape: a very rare mixtape from the one and only John Carpenter


A couple of weeks ago a very exciting e-mail dropped into our inbox saying that John Carpenter, one of the most successful directors and composers for cinema in history, had made It’s Nice That a Friday Mixtape.

Max Guther is back with more hyper real illustrations visualising social trends


Earlier this year Max Guther’s Sims-like illustrations had many of the It’s Nice That team feeling nostalgic for his digitalised works that remain full of character.

The Igor has landed: Igor Bastidas on our animated cover for Printed Pages AW17


Kicking off the AW17 issue of Printed Pages, our chirpy cover star was created by illustrator and animator Igor Bastidas and sets the tone for what’s in store for this issue.

Printed Pages AW17 is now available for pre-order – with exclusive prints, a party and more!


There is just one week to go before AW17 Printed Pages goes on general sale around the world – but you can make sure that the issue lands on your doormat early with a host of extra goodies if you order today.

Balmer Hählen takes a traditional Swiss design approach to its projects


Balmer Hählen’s approach is influenced by the Swiss graphic design tradition. “The emphasis on typography plays an important role in our work,” says the Lausanne-based studio.

Josh McKenna talks through his work on Pride for Google and Instagram


Josh McKenna’s illustrations are those you will undoubtedly recognise. Commissioned by both Google and Instagram this year, Josh’s celebratory illustrations of “what it’s like to be gay” for Pride have been one of the most shareable hits of 2017.

Omer Fast's installation receives criticism for perpetuating racist Chinese stereotypes


Berlin-based artist, Omer Fast’s transformation of the James Cohan gallery in New York’s facade and interior into “what they were like before gentrification,” was met with protests last Sunday from the art collective Chinatown Art Brigade (CAB) who claimed the show perpetuates racist stereotypes about the local community.

We talk to the illustrators who collaborated with David Lynch on Mikkeller's Twin Peaks beer


For this year’s Festival of Disruption, a two day event curated by David Lynch, Mikkeller brewery in New York City collaborated with the director to design beer cans to honour his most renowned creation.

Curator Andrea Giunta on her new exhibition Radical Women


“Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?” asked art historian Linda Nochlin in a provocative, much-quoted 1971 essay.

Josh McKenna talks through his work on Pride for Google and Instagram


Josh McKenna’s illustrations are those you will undoubtedly recognise. Commissioned by both Google and Instagram this year, Josh’s celebratory illustrations of “what it’s like to be gay” for Pride have been one of the most shareable hits of 2017.

Stedelijk Museum director Beatrix Ruf resigns due to reported conflicts of interest


The Stedelijk Museum’s Beatrix Ruf has resigned as director of the arts institution due to reported conflicts of interest.


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