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Welcome to your Halloween-themed fun pot! It's the Weekender


The Weekender is like the online equivalent of the bucket full of sweets that your mum keeps next to the front door on Halloween to hurl at the kids who come trick or treating.

Scott Gelber digitally illustrates New York Times editorial with flair


It’s rare that we have cause to feature a single illustration project on the site, but Scott Gelber’s recent work for The New York Times is quite an unusual case.

Mother Design talks us through its 2015 Sundance Film Festival identity


“It’s been funny seeing ‘Robert Redford to sign off’ on our work plans in recent months," Mark Aver, Mother Design New York design director tells us, revealing the new identity for the 2015 edition of the Sundance Film Festival.

Shoreditch's wild, wild life in all its grotesque glory


It’s become so easy to be sniffy about Shoreditch, all besmirched as it is with lecherous city-boy drunks, Johnny-come-lately “street food pop ups” and guided pub crawls for hapless young backpackers.

Tyrone Lebon's spectacular, moving documentary about photographers


Hardly anyone’s been on an uphill-climb as fast as Tyrone Lebon. One day he plopped into our lives with his photographs and films, and then the next minute he’s everywhere – shooting people all over the world and being talked about by countless magazines and websites.

Mother Design talks us through its 2015 Sundance Film Festival identity


“It’s been funny seeing ‘Robert Redford to sign off’ on our work plans in recent months," Mark Aver, Mother Design New York design director tells us, revealing the new identity for the 2015 edition of the Sundance Film Festival.

An incredibly enjoyable Halloween-themed Windows 93 simulator


I’ve never wanted to applaud anyone more than the guys behind this project. Tech-wizards Jankenpopp & Zombectro have created a very special website that transports you back to your childhood and the days when you were just about getting to grips with a computer.

A quick run-down of some great short courses for students and grads


Easily the most daunting periods of the art school experience are the summer before you arrive and the entire year after you’ve left; The former fills you with an unpleasant anticipation and the unshakable feeling that you’re heading off to be bottom of the pile once again.

A spooky 1960s Halloween mixtape for all you freaks out there!


Is it us or has everyone gone way more bonkers for Halloween this year than ever before? Whatever, we’re jumping on the bandwagon, and have put together a spectacular, terrifying mixtape for you.

Mother Design talks us through its 2015 Sundance Film Festival identity


“It’s been funny seeing ‘Robert Redford to sign off’ on our work plans in recent months,” Mother Design London’s Nick Couch tells us, revealing the new identity for the 2015 edition of the Sundance Film Festival.

Shoreditch's wild, wild life in all its grotesque glory


It’s become so easy to be sniffy about Shoreditch, all besmirched as it is with lecherous city-boy drunks, Johnny-come-lately “street food pop ups” and guided pub crawls for hapless young backpackers.

Jon Contino creates new illustrations for the chilling tales of Stephen King


As it’s Halloween, it’s a good time to remember the true masters of horror. One that immediately springs to mind is of course scarer extraordinare Stephen King, with his hair-raising ability to reduce many of us to quivering wrecks through menacing characters and devilish plot twists.

Fantastique new work from French design duo My Name is Wendy


French design duo My Name is Wendy caught our eye earlier this year with the innovative D/I/M/E/N/S/I/O/N typographic poster series.

Scott Gelber digitally illustrates New York Times editorial with flair


It’s rare that we have cause to feature a single illustration project on the site, but Scott Gelber’s recent work for The New York Times is quite an unusual case.

Colourful dancing ladies captured by German photographer Andrea Grützner


Andrea Grützner’s images from her series, Tanztee are bold and brilliant, capturing the interactions of a rural Eastern German community in a beautifully eye-catching way.

The Layzell Bros create an animated ode to 90s slang for i-D


If you’re anything like me, the 1990s were a decade dedicated to pogs, the Spice Girls, Hey Arnold and Clarissa Explains It All_, and with those keys players to occupy us it’s no surprise we were too busy to pause and take note of all the great slang vocal being flung around.

Fascinating interview with art editor of the Paris Review, Charlotte Strick


Embarrassingly, I only recently realised the magic and majesty of The Paris Review. I came across it when a recent issue was illustrated by one of my favourite artists, Chris Ware.

Fascinating interview with art editor of the Paris Review, Charlotte Strick


Embarrassingly, I only recently realised the magic and majesty of The Paris Review. I came across it when a recent issue was illustrated by one of my favourite artists, Chris Ware.

This week we chat girls in graphic design and Graphic Design Festival Scotland


This week we chat Rebecca Wright’s fantastic article about the drop-off rate of female design students, Graphic Design Festival Scotland and Darren Cullen’s controversial Pocket Money Loans pop up shop.

This week we chat girls in graphic design and Graphic Design Festival Scotland


This week we chat Rebecca Wright’s fantastic article about the drop-off rate of female design students, Graphic Design Festival Scotland and Darren Cullen’s controversial Pocket Money Loans pop up shop.


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