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In the year ahead, we’ll be seeing more typefaces born out of looking back, according to Monotype’s 2024 Type Trends Report. We speak to two of the report’s contributors about how designers are reflecting present anxieties and pining for the past via typography
Clichés around what different classes might eat or drink do nothing to solve the very real issue of social mobility in the ad industry, says Dan Cullen-Shute, CEO at Creature London. In fact they just make it worse
The Advertising Standards Authority has received criticism after banning a cancer charity advert and a Calvin Klein poster ad starring FKA twigs. Despite all the claims of body positivity and female empowerment in recent years, is the ad industry more prudish than it lets on?
Created using a mixture of digital manipulation and more traditional methods of transformation such as make-up, the artist’s new collages are going on display at Hauser & Wirth New York
Shot over seven years, the Northern Irish photographer’s O Novo Rio series draws a number of parallels between the city’s queer community and his own upbringing during The Troubles
A new exhibition and zine published by WeTransfer unearths previously unseen photos Jonze took of the musician in the summer of 1995, just before they collaborated on her seminal music video It’s Oh So Quiet
In hopes of ushering in a new generation of fans, the World Snooker Tour tasked Monday Nights with refreshing the image of not just the tour, but the sport itself
Known for his characterful, intensely lit photographs, Alexander Coggin talks to us about how branching out into filmmaking prompted him to reevaluate his longest-running body of work: a 15-year collection of images of his partner, where very little is off limits
Reflecting its growing presence around the world, the new identity for the popular book festival speaks to the many cultures and perspectives it now embraces
In Nikita Teryoshin’s flash-lit photographs, attendees watch battlefield simulations and inspect weapons of mass destruction while drinking wine and eating cake
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TikTok’s thriving #TravelTok community are hungry for travel brands to inspire and advise them for their next adventure
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Don’t let your location or work commitments hold you back: advances in remote learning have made even practice-based courses like Fine Art much more accessible.
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