GRAFIK MAGAZINE
03/24/2017 at 15:16. Facebook
In today's Talent, printmaking, sculpture and skate culture collide within Nate Harris’ process-driven practice...
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GRAFIK MAGAZINE
03/23/2017 at 17:39. Facebook
An innovative architectural think-tank gets conceptual graphic branding thanks to the flexible visual identity skills of TwoPoints.Net [ Bit.ly Link ]
GRAFIK MAGAZINE
03/23/2017 at 09:32. Facebook
An innovative architectural think-tank gets conceptual graphic branding thanks to the flexible visual identity skills of TwoPoints.Net [ Bit.ly Link ]
50 designers, 50 T-shirts and all for a good cause, courtesy of the lovely people Everpress...but hurry, there's only a few days left to get your hands on one of these T-shirts for good: [ Bit.ly Link ]
On Grafik today, Sarah Herda interviews Zak Kyes to reflect upon his ten years spent as Art Director of the Architectural Association: [ Buff.ly Link ]
In today's Case Study, James Lunn and Joe Hales talk us through their creative process for the redesign of Varoom magazine, which has just relaunched in a new format for issue 35 with a range of special features on the theme of Storytelling...
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Le Petit Neant– small, perfectly formed, packed with great illustration. Interview with editor Miguel Angel Valdivia [ Bit.ly Link ]
In today's archive piece we remember the late, great Alan Aldridge: buff.ly/2mEKq03
Le Petit Neant– small, perfectly formed, packed with great illustration. Interview with editor Miguel Angel Valdivia [ Bit.ly Link ]
Weber Industries is a design and fabrication studio based in south-east London, who work on a fascinating range of projects, from art installations to sculpture and interiors. Today, we catch up with Arthur Carey of Art. Department and web developer Benedict de Silva, to discover how they went about creating a smart new identity and website for the company to communicate their collaborative...
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The Exposed magazine reimagines how we interact with traditional print publications by integrating digital content via a companion app. Now celebrating the release of its second issue, we catch up with the editor Henriette Kruse. [ Bit.ly Link ]
The fabulous Berlin Pictoplasma festival is back in May – we hear about some highlights of illustration and animation from organiser Lars Denicke and give a lucky Grafik reader the chance to win a pair of full-festival passes... [ Bit.ly Link ]
Help bring Gavin Wade and James Langdon's new publication 'Upcycle this Book' to life—featuring beautiful square-span layouts inspired by Herbert Bayer and drawings by Wade and Juneau Projects, it's full of interesting ideas and prompts for artists and designers to co-opt into their own practice. Read more in our feature today and donate to their Kickstarter campaign to snag an early-bird...
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Brighten up your Friday with a look at the work of Barcelona-based artist Alejandra Atarés, featured in today's Talent: [ Buff.ly Link ]
In today’s Letterform, Claire Mason looks at Zuzana Licko’s Citizen – a geometric typeface which is anything but straight: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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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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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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 ]
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 ]
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 ]