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Our pick of the D&AD Yellow Pencil winners from last night's awards


As the creative world digests last night’s big D&AD winners (those that scooped Black and White Pencils), there was a host of interesting work recognised in the 44 Yellow Pencils given out at the London awards bash.

Election night captured up close and personal by illustrator Matt Booker


It’s only been a couple of weeks but already the UK election seems a lifetime ago. If you’re into that kind of thing, there’s an undeniable drama about it all as the tension ratchets up across the campaign and breaks on election night itself as the results filter through from around the country.

Michael James O'Brien's fantastic images capture 90s drag culture


For the past 30 years, Michael James O’Brien has photographed drag queens from around the world. His latest exhibition Girlfriend, on show at Liverpool’s international photography festival now, displays wonderfully glamorous images that encapsulate the freedom, majesty and spirit of drag culture.

The Plant's bright, bold spring-inspired branding for Art 15 art fair


Staying two seasons ahead (calendar-wise, at least) of the autumn art fair scrum, Art 15 takes place this week over in west London, heralded by some unmissably bright new branding by The Plant.

Mouthfeel is the sexy new zine giving food a gay voice


When you hear the words “queer culinary magazine” you might be inclined to envisage a kind of Good Housekeeping for gay men, some kind of conservative bible of new male domesticity.

Design that makes the world better – the D&AD White Pencil winners


D&AD has awarded White Pencils in a category of their own since 2013, and these recognise design and advertising projects that “demonstrate that marketing and marketing communications can be a force for good,” in the words of D&AD CEO Tim Lindsay.

The best of the best – This year's D&AD Black Pencil winners in full


And so the crème de la crème was announced, with five of D&AD’s highest honour – the Black Pencil – awarded this year.

Election night captured up close and personal by illustrator Matt Booker


It’s only been a couple of weeks but already the UK election seems a lifetime ago. If you’re into that kind of thing, there’s an undeniable drama about it all as the tension ratchets up across the campaign and breaks on election night itself as the results filter through from around the country.

Our pick of the D&AD Yellow Pencil winners from last night's awards


As the creative world digests last night’s big D&AD winners (those that scooped Black and White Pencils), there was a host of interesting work recognised in the 44 Yellow Pencils given out at the London awards bash.

Stunning crinkle-cut marble tables from Spanish designer Tomás Alonso


Apparently in 2013 Ashgabat, the capital of Turkmenistan, was recorded in the Guinness Book of Records as having the world’s highest concentration of white marble buildings.

Michael James O'Brien's fantastic images capture 90s drag culture


For the past 30 years, Michael James O’Brien has photographed drag queens from around the world. In his latest exhibition Girlfriend, on show at Liverpool’s international photography festival now, his wonderfully glamorous images are displayed, encapsulating the freedom, majesty and spirit of drag culture.

The best of the best – This year's D&AD Black Pencil winners in full


And so the crème de la crème was announced, with five of D&AD’s highest honour – the Black Pencil – awarded this year.

Design that makes the world better – the D&AD White Pencil winners


D&AD has awarded White Pencils in a category of their own since 2013, and these recognise design and advertising projects that “demonstrate that marketing and marketing communications can be a force for good,” in the words of D&AD CEO Tim Lindsay.

Our pick of the D&AD Yellow Pencil winners from last night's awards


As the creative world digests last night’s big D&AD winners (those that scooped Black and White Pencils), there was a host of interesting work recognised in the 44 Yellow Pencils given out at the London awards bash.

Here 2015 Speaker Profile: Father Ted and IT Crowd creator Graham Linehan


Few figures have had more of an impact on contemporary British television than Graham Linehan. As the creator of Father Ted, Black Books and The IT Crowd, he helped redefine the sitcom landscape and won five BAFTAS in the process.

Ivar Wigan's pics of gangs and strippers have a sense of empathy and admiration


Images of gangs and strippers are nothing new, and their creation is fraught with the risk of appearing insensitive and patronising at best, exploitative at worst.

Here 2015 Speaker Profile: Father Ted and IT Crowd creator Graham Linehan


Few figures have had more of an impact on contemporary British television than Graham Linehan. As the creator of Father Ted, Black Books and The IT Crowd, he helped redefine the sitcom landscape and won five BAFTAS in the process.

Ivar Wigan's pics of gangs and strippers manage to avoid exploitation


Images of gangs and strippers are nothing new, and their creation is fraught with the risk of appearing insensitive and patronising at best, exploitative at worst.

Collaged film posters for David Lynch and Jodorowsky's Holy Mountain


George Douglas seems like a pretty cool guy – he’s chosen to immortalise David Lynch’s notoriously tricky Inland Empire and Alejandro Jodorowsky’s weird as hell surrealist classic The Holy Mountain in poster form, after all.

Naonori Yago designs a sophisticated identity for a Japanese department store


I’m all for a bargain but when I hear about people queuing up at 4:30am for the big Next sale every year I can’t help but sigh.


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