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Furniture Design: Kyuhyung Cho and Erik Olovsson just reinvented the humble shelving unit


Sometimes the best projects are just people injecting some light into dormant, ubiquitous objects that lurk in corners waiting to be transformed.

Opinion: Will postage stamps ever lose their relevance to the design world?


This week, assistant editor Maisie Skidmore ponders the design eminence of stamps, and how dull the communication world might be without them.

Illustration: Vincent Mahe's excellent drawings of his Parisian neighbours


Vincent Mahe was utterly unknown to us until very recently, and my, are we glad we stumbled across him!

Photography: Ramon Haindl adds beautiful reportage to his portfolio of fashion photography


We first fell in love with Ramon Haindl’s work about a year-and-a-half ago when he was still finding his feet as a freelance photographer.

Here 2014: Penny Martin of The Gentlewoman will join us at Here 2014


As editor-in-chief of The Gentlewoman, Penny Martin is a publishing world powerhouse. Having studied 1980s fashion magazines at the Royal College of Art and a stint as professor of fashion imagery at the London College of Fashion, she was ideally placed to head up the editorial team at Nick Knight’s SHOWstudio before taking over Gert Jonkers’ and Jop van Bennekom’s female answer to Fantastic Man.

Publication: Andy Massaccesi designs Sublime for a Milan-based model agency


It might be argued that if you were to take a selection of women whose job it is to be startlingly beautiful, and then have extremely capable photographer Alessandro Furchino photograph them, you’d have a hard time making a book of the images that was anything less than lovely.

Graphic Design: Whoever chose Tom of Finland to be on Finnish stamps is a genius


Stamps deserve to be emblazoned with heroes. Remember when artist Steve McQueen made a series of soldiers killed in Afghanistan?

Film: Richard Mosse's amazing infrared imagery becomes a majestic, haunting film


I was lucky enough to be at Dublin’s OFFSET festival this year to hear photographer Richard Mosse talk about his extraordinary work in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Illustration: Succulents, planets and embalming in Hye Jin Chung's world


If you’ve yet to step into a world where succulents and cacti spring from the ground at every step and where minerals take the form of planets suspended around a yellow room, then welcome to the one fabricated by Hye Jin Chung.

Bookshelf: Up this week is Top Boy director Jonathan Van Tulleken!


Never before have we had someone on the Bookshelf feature who has admitted to stealing a book because it was so engrossing.

Illustration: Navigate joyfully around the lovely new Nous Vous website


Raise an earthenware mug of ale to the Nous Vous boys, as it’s time to celebrate the launch of their fantastic new website.

Nicer Tuesdays: See Rebecca Broomfield's talk from our prank-themed Nicer Tuesdays!


Next up in our talks from the prank-themed Nicer Tuesdays is Rebecca Broomfield of Bray Leino, an integrated communications group who worked on a massive April Fools’ stunt for Virgin Atlantic last year.

Photography: Rachel Sussman documents The Oldest Living Things In The World


Historians have long appreciated the cultural necessity of gathering oral testimonies about the past from those who experienced it while we still have the chance.

Illustration: Tim King is doing an "A Drawing a Day" project to trump all others!


“A Drawing a Day” projects can often come a dime a dozen in the creative industries, but it’s very seldom that anybody actually sticks to them, or that they’re as brilliant as this one.

Graphic Design: Leif Podhajsky's latest work for Kelis is a stunning vinyl package


As far as we can tell the only criteria Leif Podhajsky has for collaborating with a musical artist is their current level of cool.

Product Design: Swedish student's system to pay at shops by using vein scanning!


Us Brits are meant to be huge fans of queuing but in actual fact we’re even bigger fans of speeding up these processes.

Photography: A celebration of the humble pocket in new Gentlewoman


It’s no huge revelation that The Gentlewoman has an eye for stylish and interesting visuals, but even by the magazine’s own sky-high standards this shoot from Maurice Scheltens and Liesbeth Abbenes – styled by Sam Logan – is pretty ruddy special.

Furniture Design: Jamie Wolfond arrives in Milan with stunning new furniture and an online shop


We’re absolutely gutted not to be at the Salone Del Mobile right now as it turns out this is the year that everyone is there (that’s right, EVERYONE).

Photography: Mexico, India and Morocco through the eyes of photographer Mowgli


You know that feeling you get when you’re sat at your desk, the sun is shining, and for a second it comes through the window, warming your arm just long enough for you to know exactly what you’re missing?

Illustration: Cheeky classical sculptures and severed hands in the portfolio of Sara Andreasson


Sara Andreasson is about as multidisciplinary as creatives come. She’s a designer hailing from Wermland in Sweden who has seemingly made a conscious decision not to specialise in any one area.


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