Emma Tucker

Julia Pott

There’s a certain darkness at the heart of Julia Pott’s work which leaves the viewer wondering about what sort of character could dream it up

Great new music videos

Here’s a few of the music videos we’ve been enjoying recently, including some fantasy puppetry from Bat For Lashes, beautiful black and white work from Insititute for Eyes and Yoann Lemoine, and Foals bringing dot-to-dots to life…

Monsterising Facebook

Turn your Facebook profile into a personalised monster, with The Creators Project’s new series of online 3D-printing apps. Plus our round-up of more data-to-3D-printing ideas

Too rude to print?

Illustration agent Dutch Uncle Tweeted what appeared to be a saucy new Time Out cover yesterday, created for the magazine’s new sex issue by its illustrator Noma Bar. So it was much to our surprise that Time Out arrived in London this morning with a blank, doodle-your-own cover instead.

The best fashion film ever

Matthew Frost has directed a satirical new short for fashion brand Viva Vena, that borrows from the clichéd subject matter of every single generic fashion film ever made…

Field work

Floating somewhere between art and design, Vera-Maria Glahn and Marcus Wendt explore the boundaries of our digital landscape

Menswear Dog

With the internet awash in a sea of wannabe fashion bloggers, we’ve found the only fashion blog you need to be reading: Menswear Dog…

Hang out with Wallace and Gromit

Wallace and Gromit have teamed up with Google+ Hangouts for the time-honoured tradition of opening presents together, but with a digital twist.

Energy Flow

A new app, created by London studio FIELD, offers infinite storytelling possibilities and beautiful visuals that play on the exchange of organic and digital energy…

Get knotted

We’ve had T-shirts, tote bags, tea towels and, of course, screenprints; now carpets are the latest medium for the work of graphic designers, artists and illustrators who are seeking a satisfyingly tangible, hand-crafted and collectible vehicle for their work

Ever heard your beer serenade you?

Unsuspecting shoppers in an east London corner store were serenaded with a version of A Message To You Rudy, played out by a series of unlikely instruments including the Bottle Trumpet, Food Can Xylophone, Tetra Pak Maracas, and the Nut Packet Shakers…