TypoCircle's 40th anniversary exhibition, Protein Gallery

TypoCircle 40th anniversary exhibition

Last night TypoCircle celebrated its 40th anniversary in style with the opening of a three-day exhibition dedicated to its lecture posters and much-coveted journal, Circular. It also showcases a brand new publication on its work to date


CR November: The Fashion Issue

Our November 2016 issue features Community Clothing founder Patrick Grant and a look inside the Design Library pattern archive, while we also talk to Uniqlo’s John C Jay and meet the co-founders of Finery London. Plus fashion on film and type

Jamie XX Gosh video

Jamie XX’s Gosh is Video of the Year at the UK MVAs

Romain Gavras’ startling video for Jamie XX’s Gosh picked up the top gong at last night’s UK Music Video Awards, with other big wins going to Massive Attack, The Chemical Brothers and Beyoncé.


The Fashion issue

Patrick Grant’s Community Clothing brand is helping
to revive British-made fashion | Meet Uniqlo’s creative
chief John C Jay | Fashion and type | Erwin Blumenfeld

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Crown Growing Brand Belief

Lost Masterpieces

How four lost paintings
were recreated using only
Adobe Stock and Photoshop

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The Photography Annual

“The beauty of photography is its limitless
ability to mirror something of ourselves”
– Jim Stoddart

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