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Frankfurt design studio Arndt Benedikt and their prolific poster design output


Scrolling through Frankfurt-based design agency Arndt Benedikt’s website, I get the impression that somebody in the studio is sneaking off every half an hour to immortalise some of the fantastic design work they’re creating in poster form.

Great new work from Erin O’Keefe challenges our trust in photography


We first posted Erin O’Keefe’s work almost exactly a year ago. Since then, the New York-based artist and architect has been producing more optical illusion-based wonders.

Great new work from Erin O’Keefe challenges our trust in photography


We first posted Erin O’Keefe’s work almost exactly a year ago. Since then, the New York-based artist and architect has been producing more optical illusion-based wonders.

Here's designer and The W Project co-founder Teo Connor, on her books


If you’ve laid your eyes on a poster for one of Somerset House’s chic exhibitions recently then you’ve more than likely been looking at the work of Teo Connor’s eponymous east London design agency.

Here's designer and The W Project co-founder Teo Connor, on her books


If you’ve laid your eyes on a poster for one of Somerset House’s chic exhibitions recently then you’ve more than likely been looking at the work of Teo Connor’s eponymous east London design agency.

A surprisingly refreshing graphic update on the traditional Tarot deck by designer Isabel Lucena


When it comes to Tarot cards we’ve pretty much seen it all. Since the arrival of the Rider Waite deck in the early 20th Century nobody in the western world has really changed the game and made The Fool, The Ace of Wands or The Hierophant look all that different from Pamela Colman Smith’s incredible drawings.

A surprisingly refreshing graphic update on the traditional Tarot deck by designer Isabel Lucena


When it comes to Tarot cards we’ve pretty much seen it all. Since the arrival of the Rider Waite deck in the early 20th Century nobody in the western world has really changed the game and made The Fool, The Ace of Wands or The Hierophant look all that different from Pamela Colman Smith’s incredible drawings.

Have Rick Owens' penis peepholes taken things a step too far?


Assistant editor Maisie Skidmore chimes in on the debate about the presence of full-frontal male nudity in Rick Owens’ AW15 collection which showed in Paris a few days ago.

Have Rick Owens' penis peepholes taken things a step too far?


Assistant editor Maisie Skidmore chimes in on the debate about the presence of full-frontal male nudity in Rick Owens’ AW15 collection which showed in Paris a few days ago.

Great new work from Erin O’Keefe challenges our trust in photography


We first posted Erin O’Keefe’s work almost exactly a year ago. Since then, the New York-based artist and architect has been producing more optical illusion-based wonders.

KENZO is back with a new campaign, and it's as cool as ever


If you thought that writing a Printed Pages feature about KENZO – in which I delve in glorious technicolour detail into the brand’s past collaborations over the course of a 12-page spread – would stop my perpetual blathering on about them, then I’m afraid you thought wrong.

KENZO is back with a new campaign, and it's as cool as ever


If you thought that writing a Printed Pages feature about KENZO – in which I delve in glorious technicolour detail into the brand’s past collaborations over the course of a 12-page spread – would stop my perpetual blathering on about them, then I’m afraid you thought wrong.

A graphic update on the traditional Tarot deck by designer Isabel Lucena


When it comes to Tarot cards we’ve pretty much seen it all. Since the arrival of the Rider Waite deck in the early 20th Century nobody in the western world has really changed the game and made The Fool, The Ace of Wands or The Hierophant look all that different from Pamela Colman Smith’s incredible drawings.

Have Rick Owens' penis peepholes taken things a step too far?


Assistant editor Maisie Skidmore chimes in on the debate about the presence of full-frontal male nudity in Rick Owens’ SW15 collection which showed in Paris a few days ago.

Designer and co-founder of The W Project Teo Connor on her books


If you’ve laid your eyes on a poster for one of Somerset House’s chic exhibitions recently then you’ve more than likely been looking at the work of Teo Connor’s eponymous east London design agency.

California knows how to design as proved by this stunning new book


For a young boy who grew up in the suburban Midlands, the west coast of the USA is really the America of my imagination, far more so than the refined cities of the Eastern seaboard, the vast expanses of the rural states or any of the other myriad landscapes to be found between sea and shining sea.

California knows how to design as proved by this stunning new book


For a young boy who grew up in the suburban Midlands, the west coast of the USA is really the America of my imagination, far more so than the refined cities of the Eastern seaboard, the vast expanses of the rural states or any of the other myriad landscapes to be found between sea and shining sea.

Cut-out plant life and shuttlecocks from Annie Descôteaux


Annie Descôteaux’s work is confident, engaging and straight-forwardly slapstick. The Montreal-based artist works with installation, drawing and collage and has seen her work exhibited and discussed at conferences on colour theory.

Cut-out plant life and shuttlecocks from Annie Descôteaux


Annie Descôteaux’s work is confident, engaging and straight-forwardly slapstick. The Montreal-based artist works with installation, drawing and collage and has seen her work exhibited and discussed at conferences on colour theory.

The legendary Sir Peter Blake stars in the latest One Minute Wonder


“I think an artist is never happy with their work. Occasionally you make a mark that you like but that’s a good thing because you’re still aiming higher than you can physically attain.” This lovely line comes from the latest One Minute Wonder video profile, featuring the inimitable Sir Peter Blake.


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