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the elongated, slender shape, gives the notion of it being a wound in the ground, parting lips, or an accidental cut into the earth.
After seven decades, Op art doyenne Bridget Riley proves to be as perception-shifting as ever in the largest and most comprehensive retrospective of her work to date, staged by the Hayward Gallery in London
The Montreal-based type foundry talks us through its latest type designs. First off, Hatton, a collaboration with Two Times Elliott was created in homage to London's famous jewellery district, Hatton Garden. Second, Editorial New arose out of today's technological wants.
The technical limitations of the mid-century—the need for a steady hand and a precise mind for mechanical reproduction—demanded that an exceptional level of care and creativity be given over to shape and space, association and perception. These considerations created a rich corporate and consumer form language and range of graphic techniques. These have been partly …
What do “junk food”, “soccer mom”, “zip code”, “gentrification” and “fake news” all have in common? In two new publications, the Greek designer talks us through some of the 60 new terms added to the dictionary from 1960-2018.
The Sagoskatt range of soft toys returns for its fifth year, directly inspired by the coloured-pencil creations of children across the globe, featuring Gurki the cucumber superhero and Rainbow Kid, who wears socks to keep warm in the sky.
The production company A24 has garnered a massive 25 Academy Award nominations for its films since its conception in 2012. Now making its first foray in publishing, Actual Source was given the task of translating some of A24's best-loved films into print.
The photographer's nightlife scenes have been parked for the meantime as he launches his new series – shot earlier this year while visiting family in Plymouth, Devon. “It wasn’t a project I set out to do, but like many ideas, it came from walking with a camera.”