Untypical Girls traces the history of women in punk and indie music, and features rare and brilliant documentary photography of bands stretching from 1977 to 1993. We talk to the book’s author, Sam Knee, about his love of this era of music and why it is important to remember the women of the scene.
Analysis of significant creative projects, people and trends
Creative Mentor Network pairs young people in London with creatives from leading brands and agencies, helping open up access to an industry that might otherwise seem off limits. We talk to founder Isabel Farchy about the programme
The exhibition Making Wellbeing: from birth to death highlights work by architects and designers that creates richer kinds of social engagement possibilities. The architecture of affection is about drawing on the power that comes from the design of materials, people and spaces
CR talks to RZA and Mathematics of legendary hip hop collective Wu-Tang Clan about its logo design, album artwork and fashion lines, as well as the controversial art ‘experiment’, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin “Mathematics designed the logo and somebody said, ‘it looks like a bird’. And somebody else said, ‘yeah, it’s like an […]
In a world of Autonomous Vehicles, will it be legacy carmakers, tech brands or new players who lead the way? In an extract from ustwo Auto’s new book Humanising Autonomy: Where Are We Going? Principal of Design Tim Smith predicts what consumers will be looking for, and how brands will try to position themselves, in a driverless future
The Thames & Hudson-owned start-up applies a Kickstarter-style model to high-quality illustrated books
This comprehensive history of The Face brings together all the main protagonists in an inspiring story of what happens when creative, passionate people are given a platform to do what they do best
A master storyteller working across books, art and commercial projects, Oliver Jeffers is getting philosophical in his latest children’s title, Here We Are. We talk to him about how it was made.