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Photographer Bill Cunningham: 1929 - 2016


For 40 years Bill Cunningham was a constant fixture in the fashion industry, photography and the city of New York.

Submit Saturdays: Should you create a portfolio website when you’re a student?


Welcome to Submit Saturdays, a year long series of articles in partnership with Squarespace. Squarespace.

Tomáš Kral’s nostalgic 3D short slapstick dragon slaying animation series


Czech 3D animator Tomáš Kral has dutifully remade Jan Bubenickek’s 1997 hand drawn VHS animation The Dragon, utilising the power of CGI animation filtered though an old-fashioned classical animated style.

More weird and wonderful work from Wonder Room


Based in Manchester, Wonder Room is an agency that certainly isn’t short on wonder-inducing work. Whether applied to online posters (more on those here), beer cans, CDs or T-shirts, the work is bold, expressive and delightfully odd.

Russia-based Max Litvinov's experimental animations are a delight


Russian animator and illustrator Max Litvinov’s short films are a little slice of animated fun. At under a minute long, his quick spots contain bursts of sequences and orderly action like Roman soldiers marching in unison and a titchy fella eagerly ringing a bell.

It’s Nice That is hiring: Deputy Editor


Since launching in 2007, It’s Nice That has been dedicated to building a respected and accessible publishing platform like no other.

United Visual Artists manipulate passage of time in new light installation chamber


United Visual Artists has produced a new audiovisual chamber installation, with swinging pendulums of light as a study of harmony and discord in the passage of time.

Reactions to the referendum and our weekly Best of the Web


The referendum result is in and Britain is out. Our Hot Topic this week gathers some of the first responses from the creative world as people begin to take stock of the situation.

Ben Hill and Daniel Oeffinger offer helping hand on Bucks' new animated spot for Cree


Animators Daniel Oeffinger and Ben Hill have collaborated on a new animated advertising spot for US lighting and electronics manufacturer Cree.

Kristen Liu-Wong’s wild fluoro illustrations of empowered women


We first spotted Los Angeles-based Kristen Liu-Wong’s illustrations in Lenny Letter, where she’s recently had a handful of commissions featured in the newsletter aimed at young women.

Tom Oldham photographs a Londoner an hour for 24 hours


London-based photographer Tom Oldham decided to spend the longest day of the year (Monday this week) photographing a different Londoner every hour for 24 hour results.

Artist Kirsty Harris revisits the CND protests from a personal perspective


In 1984 at the age of five, Kirsty Harris was taken by her mother Carol on a CND peace process. In a new exhibition titled Women Walked Onto The Base Last Tuesday Kirsty has gathered and displayed photographs from that day and has recreated artefacts using the images as source material.

The Imperfection Booklets by O.OO explain the nuances of Risograph printing


Taipei-based studio O.OO has printed a guide to Risograph printing that embraces all of the imperfections and difficulties that are associated with the process.

New illustrations by Quentin Blake for J Sheekey's Atlantic Bar


Quentin Blake creates a series of illustrations for restaurant J Sheekey. Read more

Gary Hustwit announces documentary and archival project into the life and work of Dieter Rams


Last night, filmmaker and photographer Gary Hustwit announced a new documentary feature about the celebrated German designer Dieter Rams, seeking funding through a 30-day incentive-rich Kickstarter campaign.

Going West: Highlights of 27 years of the Design Museum at Shad Thames


After 27 years at Shad Thames, the Design Museum is upping sticks and moving west to its new home at the former Commonwealth Institute in Kensington.

Design Observer announces the winners of its 50 Books | 50 Covers competition


In association with AIGA, Design Observer has announced the winners of the 2015 50 Books | 50 Covers competition.

Going West: Highlights of 27 years of the Design Museum at Shad Thames


After 27 years at Shad Thames, the Design Museum is upping sticks and moving west to its new home at the former Commonwealth Institute in Kensington.

Tom King animates seaside pests and perverts and other "beach dicks" in cute new short


Summer can bring out the best in people: their legs, their caution being blown to the wind, and their realisation that it’s now acceptable to drink an entire box of rosé in one afternoon if you just call it a picnic.

Very slick, very Swiss graphic design from Supero


Supero by name, super by nature, this graphic design studio has an idyllic-sounding existence from its homes between La Chaux-de-Fonds, on the Jura mountains in Switzerland and Basel. With an aesthetic informed by “The International Typographic Style, also known as the Swiss Style”, the studio says: “It is an art of simple, efficient composition and it is still relevant.


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