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A retrospective of the work of Eduardo Paolozzi opened last week at the Whitechapel Gallery—the first such show in London since 1971. The exhibition traces the trajectory of Paolozzi's career, from cubist-inspired drawing and brutalist sculpture in the 1940s through his role as a pioneer of the Pop Art movement and beyond, and examines the important part he played in the development of...
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02/17/2017 at 11:53. Facebook
Last week's Letterform Live was all about Vinyl records and typography. Talking on the subject we had Jonny Trunk of Trunk Records, Lucy Bourton from It's Nice That, Alan Dye from NB Studio, Craig Burston from LCC and Adrian Shaughnessy, co-founder of Unit Editions. If you missed it, Theo Inglis' report on the evening is up on Grafik now.

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02/17/2017 at 10:21. Facebook
In today's Talent we meet Alicia Galer, an artist and textile designer whose considered approach to mark-making creates striking juxtapositions of light, colour and form... [ Buff.ly Link ]
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02/16/2017 at 16:53. Facebook
From toilet paper to tobacco tins, postcards to Pot Noodle packaging – pretty much anyone's rubbish is Stella Mitchell's treasure. She's the brains behind the Museum of Lost Content and now a book of the same name thanks to designer Patrick Fry. [ Bit.ly Link ]
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02/16/2017 at 08:51. Facebook
From toilet paper to tobacco tins, postcards to Pot Noodle packaging – pretty much anyone's rubbish is Stella Mitchell's treasure. She's the brains behind the Museum of Lost Content and now a book of the same name thanks to designer Patrick Fry. [ Bit.ly Link ]
For twenty years, Progress Packaging have been working with the UK's leading graphic designers and studios to create beautiful, ambitious packaging. In today's Industry People feature, we catch up with founder Simon Farrow to discover how they work with manufacturers and designers to bring projects to life...
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Rabbits Road Press is a new community print studio based in Newham, which aims to encourage dialogue, collaboration and the sharing of skills between artists, designers and local residents. We caught up with co-founder Rose Nordin to learn more about how the Press came into being, and what they hope to achieve...
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Joe Kessler is a cartoonist and founding member of the London comic book company Breakdown Press. Finnian Kidd sat down with Joe to chat DIY publishing, Safari Festival and a world view of comics culture. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Joe Kessler is a cartoonist and founding member of the London comic book company Breakdown Press. Finnian Kidd sat down with Joe to chat DIY publishing, Safari Festival and a world view of comics culture. [ Bit.ly Link ]
During the first half of the twentieth century, many artists, writers and designers left London behind and made Sussex their home. Explore their diverse contributions to the development of Modernism in a new exhibition at London's Two Temple Place: [ Grafik.net Link ]
Nic Sanchez of Grilli Type on the visceral beauty of Chicano or Cholo lettering, including this beautiful specimen 'F', in today's Letterform over on Grafik: [ Grafik.net Link ]
When an elite society representing the world of print needs a typeface, who does it call? Jeremy Tankard and Alistair Hall, of course. Here we speak to Tankard, Hall and committee member of the Wynkyn De Worde Society Becky Chilcott about the birth of a new font... [ Bit.ly Link ]
Meet Marie Perkins, the brains behind the Print & Pattern blog and the best-selling books for Laurence King Publishing Ltd: [ Grafik.net Link ]
Exploring subjects from Shakespeare to sisterhood, illustrator and designer Manuja Waldia employs two distinct yet complementary visual styles in her work in order to stay inspired. Read more in today's Talent...
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Atelier Dyakova's striking new identity for The Wapping Project is the focus of today's Case Study—read more on Grafik: [ Grafik.net Link ]
Bunkers, dens, rubber stamps, toys, perspective and Hockney– Inside the mind and work of Aurélien Débat [ Bit.ly Link ]
Bunkers, dens, rubber stamps, toys, perspective and Hockney– Inside the mind and work of Aurélien Débat [ Bit.ly Link ]
The lovely folks at New North Press have been putting their traditional letterpress skills to work for contemporary design projects for over thirty years now. In today's Industry People, we catch up with founder Graham Bignell to learn more about life in the world of letterpress, and take a peek behind the scenes in the studio...
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Otl Aicher's logo for German lighting company ERCO is the focus of today's Logoform, selected by Stephen Osman of EACH. Read more on Grafik to discover how Aicher's long-standing working relationship with the brand brought about a singular clarity of vision...
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Banish the January blues with an exhibition or two—here's our roundup of what's on now and in the next few weeks to keep you busy, including David Zwirner's showcase of Josef Albers' experiments in yellow: [ Grafik.net Link ]