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Luke Archer’s confident and dynamic design work for a Lausanne art space


Graphic designer Luke Archer co-runs Harpe 45, a non-profit contemporary art space in Lausanne, Switzerland for which he designs the varied and responsive print collateral.

A generative and straightforward approach for Glasgow School of Art’s Communication Design show identity


The soon-to-be graduating students of communication design at the Glasgow School of Art have taken their work in progress exhibition as an opportunity to undertake a research project into what it means to be working in their respective disciplines, of illustration, graphic design and photography.

February diary: Where to go and what to see


There’s a whole extra day in February this month, so what better way to use it than to head to a gallery or exhibition.

“Most of the photographs I take are bad”: Martin Parr brings the good stuff to a stunning new retrospective


“If I knew what made a good photograph, I’d give up photography tomorrow,” says Martin Parr, a man who’s become rather famous for taking very good photographs indeed.

New James Joyce show critiques social media's ubiquitous "likes"


Artist James Joyce has opened a new show in Parisian concept store Colette, 100 Likes, which show numerous images of the word “like” rendered in bright colours.

Animade’s risqué promo for New York luxury gym Equinox


Animation and digital production studio Animade has created a short video for New York City’s luxury fitness company Equinox as part of its Commit To Something campaign.

“Most of the photographs I take are bad”: Martin Parr brings to good stuff to a stunning new retrospective


“If I knew what made a good photograph, I’d give up photography tomorrow,” says Martin Parr, a man who’s become rather famous for taking very good photographs indeed.

Racy photography from the new issue of Odiseo


Erotic journal Odiseo, the handiwork of Folch Studio, is back and on volume seven. The hardcover Truth issue is fronted by three covers and a familiar crop of bare bums and nipples shot by Juan Hernández.

“Most of the photographs I take are bad”: Martin Parr brings to good stuff to a stunning new retrospective


“If I knew what made a good photograph, I’d give up photography tomorrow,” says Martin Parr, a man who’s become rather famous for taking very good photographs indeed.

Karl Hab’s hypnotic photographs taken out of a plane window


Karl Hab’s book Window Seat Please sees the photographer put ten years of flying around the world into print form.

New James Joyce show critiques social media's ubiquitous "likes"


Illustrator James Joyce has opened a new show in Parisian concept store Colette, 100 Likes, which show numerous images of the word “like” rendered in bright colours.

A generative and straightforward approach for Glasgow School of Art’s Communication Design show identity


The soon-to-be graduating students of communication design at the Glasgow School of Art have taken their work in progress exhibition as an opportunity to undertake a research project into what it means to be working in their respective disciplines, of illustration, graphic design and photography.

Britain’s “worst public art” announced


The Spectator has announced the winner of its annual What’s That Thing? award, handed to what the publication deems to be extraordinarily bad public art.

Luke Archer’s confident and dynamic design work for a Lausanne art space


Graphic designer Luke Archer co-runs Harpe 45, a non-profit contemporary art space in Lausanne, Switzerland for which he designs the varied and responsive print collateral.

Racy photography from the new issue of Odiseo


Erotic journal Odiseo, the handiwork of Folch Studio, is back and on volume seven. The hardcover Truth issue is fronted by three covers and a familiar crop of bare bums and nipples shot by Juan Hernández.

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Great new show highlights the work of 100 women making comics


Comix Creatrix: 100 Women Making Comics , which opens tomorrow at the House of Illustration, spans work from the 1800s to the present day.

Racy photography from the new issue of Odiseo


Erotic journal Odiseo, the handiwork of Folch Studio, is back and on volume seven. The hardcover Truth issue is fronted by three covers shot by Juan Hernández and a familiar crop of bare bums and nipples.

No KAWS for concern: the Brookyln “contemporary pop artist” takes on Yorkshire


KAWS is very unlike other artists. He’s an extremely sweet chap, offering to help with bags, eagerly leafing through a catalogue to help him make a point, trying his best to make sure that everyone is ok as we visit him at his new solo show in Yorkshire Sculpture Park, trundling between sites in his hen do-esque pink KAWS minibus.

How to beat creative block: one designer offers his invaluable advice


Radim Malinic is a creative director and graphic designer based in South West London, working under the name Brand Nu.


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