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Wallpaper* turns 20: an interview with Creative Director Sarah Douglas

Wallpaper* magazine celebrates its 20th anniversary this month with a 500-page issue and a kinetic cover designed by Thomas Heatherwick. We talk to creative director Sarah Douglas about how it was made – and how design and photography have been key to keeping Wallpaper*’s readers engaged over the years

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Design to Transform the World?

Coinciding with the Labour Party Conference in Liverpool, The World Transformed was a four-day fringe festival of “art, music, culture and politics” organised by the Momentum group. We talk to designer Sana Iqbal about the identity she created for it

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Last call on gender stereotypes in drinks marketing?

Consumers are rising up against gender clichés in everything from fashion to toys, yet when it comes to drinks marketing, whiskey will always be for men and rosé for women. Isn’t it time for a change?

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Björk, Shelter & age-neutral design

Our October 2016 issue features an exclusive interview with Björk, Shelter’s 50 years of campaigning for better housing, new thinking around age-neutral design and much more

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Photography Annual

If you’re a photographer or commissioner of photography, enter your work today for the chance to feature in our December issue.

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Our October 2016 issue features an exclusive interview with Björk about her experiments with virtual reality, Shelter’s 50 years of campaigning for better housing, new thinking around age-neutral design and much more

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Seen at UNSEEN

Photography Director Gem Fletcher selects her highlights from the UNSEEN Photo Festival in Amsterdam