From propaganda to avant-garde art and design, Russian visual culture was shaped by the events that established the USSR in the early twentieth-century. A new exhibition at Tate Modern features highlights from the late designer David King’s unrivalled collection of work from this period
Inspiration, innovation and key developments from the art world
Launching next week, Mayn Creative will represent students and fresh graduates from Falmouth University, helping them break into the creative industry
The pencil’s role in the creative process is honoured in a new photobook containing favourites owned by a range of artists, designers, architects and writers
Charity auction The Art of Ping Pong returns with bats and tables designed by George Hardie, Mr Bingo, Sebastian Cox and more…
More than 100,000 people have attended Tate Modern and Uniqlo’s Tate Lates events this year and 75% of them are aged 18 to 35. We spoke to Chris Condron, Head of Campaigns at Tate, and Ben Cook, Head of Brand at Uniqlo, about curating events for young audiences and the key to a good brand partnership
Tom Gauld’s new collection of cartoons examines the world of books, from their writing and publication, to how we read and talk about them. Mark Sinclair speaks to the illustrator about coming up with ideas, constructing visual jokes and how, even with a distinctly minimalist approach, there is always a story to tell Tom Gauld’s […]
Photographer and Director of fashion website SHOWstudio Nick Knight will be exhibiting work from the SHOWstudio collection of fashion illustration in a space on Floral Street in London until January.
Designed in-house at Phaidon, the cover for The Art of the Erotic references Lucio Fontana’s Concetto Spaziale works that the Italian artist devised in the late 1940s
Nothing is quite as it seems in Thomas Ruff’s excellent show at the Whitechapel Gallery in London, which asks audiences to examine the nature of photography itself, and how it affects the way we see the world.
Creatives from Peter Saville to Craig Oldham contribute to Manchester fundraising book This Is The Place
Conceived in the wake of the Manchester Arena attacks, new book This Is The Place. Choose Love, Manchester takes the lines from Tony Walsh’s inspirational poem about the city and sets them to unique artworks, illustrations and photography from the likes of Peter Saville, Malcolm Garrett, Kevin Cummins and Craig Oldham.