Inspiration, innovation and key developments from the art world
Jeremy Deller’s ‘We’re here because we’re here’ became one of the most powerful public art projects of recent times. The Cogency were responsible for the project’s digital and social presence and, here, Kathryn Winter, the agency’s Head of Digital, reveals how the entire day panned out
Two exhibitions of the work of artist and graphic designer Franco Grignani open in June and July, bringing his optical experimentation to the UK for the first time in nearly 60 years
The British Library’s Russian Revolution: Hope, Tragedy, Myths exhibition offers a wealth of context and stories behind work whose seductive appeal endures to this day
This month would usually see the launch of graphic arts festival Pick Me Up at London’s Somerset House. But after six successful years, the event has been scrapped. Will it be missed?
The Drawing Room exhibition looks at the power of drawing to record and reflect protest, as well as to produce images that bear witness to social injustice and even the horrors of war
In the latest in our series uncovering creative talent on Facebook and Instagram, we speak to Archie Proudfoot, whose hand painted signage can be found throughout London
Alex Daly, known as “The Crowdsourceress” for her success in crowdfunding, just launched a book with the same name. Here, she shares excerpts from the final chapter about becoming a startup founder. Alex also includes helpful tips for entrepreneurs who have just crowdfunded, or are starting a business of their own. Be sure to grab a copy of her book to learn more.
Make It Now!, the new book from artist and designer Anthony Burrill, is both a memoir and a guide for how to make it as a designer while also living your life. We talk to him about 20 years in the business, Instagram and the importance of honesty.
An unusual creative magazine produced by Brian Baderman is giving voice to residents of the Arlington hostel in London
Sharing work online can bring more than just ‘hearts’ and ‘likes’, but designers may need to start channelling their inner window-dresser in order to keep up