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06/23/2017 at 11:43. Facebook
A new pair of exhibitions at the Special Collections of the University of Amsterdam explore modernism and the influence of De Stijl on Dutch graphic design.

Modernism: in Print and Hansje van Halem: in Patterns showcase the diversity and creativity within Dutch design over the past hundred years—read more on Grafik today...

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A new pair of exhibitions at the Special Collections of the University
Mathieu Lommen
Sonja Greven
Arlette Brouwers
GRAFIK MAGAZINE
GRAFIK MAGAZINE
06/22/2017 at 16:09. Facebook
You may have come across the brilliant Icecream Books Instagram feed. Now meet Ben Denzer, the designer behind it. How did he come to be such an inventive and inspiring book designer (and why does he keep putting icecream and wheels on books)? [ Bit.ly Link ]
You may have come across the brilliant Icecream Books Instagram feed Now
GRAFIK MAGAZINE
GRAFIK MAGAZINE
06/22/2017 at 07:59. Facebook
Lettterform: Phil Jones on the beautifully conceived double-storey, lowercase ‘g’ [ Buff.ly Link ]
Lettterform: Phil Jones on the beautifully conceived doublestorey lowercase ‘g’
In today's Talent we explore the work of London-based graphic designer Caterina Bianchini, whose portfolio showcases a precise yet playful use of typography and keen eye for colour and texture...
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In todays Talent we explore the work of Londonbased graphic designer Caterina
Veronica Hunter
Sibylle Meier Geering
Calling all zine-makers and small book creators! A6 BOOKS is a project by the London Centre for Book Arts that aims to provide artists and designers with a platform from which to sell their own zines and small publications—and they're open for submissions now...
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Calling all zinemakers and small book creators A6 BOOKS is a project
Design fiction meets material culture at Somerset House next month, courtesy of The Learned Society of Extra-Ordinary Objects: [ Buff.ly Link ]
Design fiction meets material culture at Somerset House next month courtesy of
Vince Mode
Ségolène Landro
Lisa Liberg
A fascinating new exhibition opens today at the University of Reading's Department of Typography & Graphic Communication, celebrating Emigre magazine as an era-defining example of entrepreneurial design authorship.

Read more about 'Emigre magazine: design, discourse and authorship' on Grafik today, as co-curators Francisca Monteiro and Rick Poynor tell us how the exhibition came together...

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A fascinating new exhibition opens today at the University of Readings Department
In today's Case Study, Plaid and Stefi Orazi Studio share the story behind their exhibition design for Craft Becomes Modern: Bauhaus in the Making, on show now at the Bauhaus Foundation Dessau...
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In todays Case Study Plaid and Stefi Orazi Studio share the story
As the UK hurtles towards another big collective political decision, we ask, what function does the printed poster have in modern campaigning? And we hear from Studio Operative about its graphic-design led Corbyn campaign.
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As the UK hurtles towards another big collective political decision we ask

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As the UK hurtles towards another big collective political decision, we ask, what function does the printed poster have in modern campaigning? And we hear from Studio Operative about its graphic-design led Corbyn campaign.
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As the UK hurtles towards another big collective political decision we ask
Jakob Olszewski
Denis James Kenward
The latest exhibition from Look Up Prints includes exclusive new work by artists and designers including William Luz, Kate Gibb and Supermundane. Steven Bateman takes a tour through the highlights here...
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The latest exhibition from Look Up Prints includes exclusive new work by
Mirjana Pjevac
Tales from the Dark Side of the City is a new set of six books that document the expeditions undertaken by Unknown Fields, a design and research studio that explores unseen networks and global systems that spiral out from the contemporary city.

The books are beautifully designed and illustrated by Neasden Control Centre and City Edition Studio—in today's Case Study, we catch up with Stephen...
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Tales from the Dark Side of the City is a new set
Story of Flowers is a beautiful new animation created by Katie Scott and James Paulley, and directed by Azuma Makoto. In today's Showcase, Katie talks us through the process of bringing her botanical illustrations to life through animation...
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Story of Flowers is a beautiful new animation created by Katie Scott
Katie Smith
Rachel Ingram
Design Dice: introducing a fascinating new project from designer and educator Andy Neal: [ Buff.ly Link ]
Design Dice: introducing a fascinating new project from designer and educator Andy Neal:
Tracy Gillman
In today's Industry People, we meet Arthur Stitt of Calverts, an East London-based printer and full-service agency whose cooperative business model and focus on sustainability sets them apart from the crowd...
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In todays Industry People we meet Arthur Stitt of Calverts an East
Kathleen Reeves
Emma Hopton
Kathleen Reeves
In today's Case Study, James Langdon explains the collaborative process behind bau bau, a new monograph of the work of Céline Condorelli, which includes an intriguing array of approaches to the display of artworks in book form...
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In todays Case Study James Langdon explains the collaborative process behind bau
Immerse yourself in the work of Ravilious, Bawden et al in this amazing new exhibition Towner Art Gallery [ Buff.ly Link ]
Immerse yourself in the work of Ravilious Bawden et al in this
Artist, theologian, concrete poet, scholar, avant-gardist and Benedictine monk—Dom Sylvester Houédard was a man of many talents. A new exhibition, opening this week at Richard Saltoun Gallery in London, offers a rare chance to see a selection of DSH's pioneering concrete poetry work in the flesh. Read more on Grafik...[ Buff.ly Link ]
Artist theologian concrete poet scholar avantgardist and Benedictine monkDom Syl
German artist Anne Imhof's performance-based exhibition, Faust, has just won the coveted Golden Lion prize for the best national pavilion at the Venice Biennale. Graphic design and art direction for the German Pavilion has been deftly handled this year by Zak Group, who have designed a website and monograph to accompany Imhof's piece—read more about the project on Grafik today...[ T.co Link ]
German artist Anne Imhofs performancebased exhibition Faust has just won the coveted
Issue no.8 of Riposte magazine is out – loud and proud. We hear from editor-in-chief Danielle Pender about cover star Ericka Hart, and the moments in the mag's history that have shaped it's place as a must-read. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Issue no8 of Riposte magazine is out loud and proud We hear
Luke Freeman