A new report from the Creative Industries Federation examines the role that international talent plays in the UK’s creative sector and offers recommendations on how government can enable EU and non-EU creatives to continue to produce great work in the UK, post-Brexit
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Briar Levit’s fascinating documentary about the evolution of graphic design production has its first UK screening this weekend – with two more set for November and January
The pussyhat, an earpiece that translates languages in real time and clothing by Kanye West are featured in the Design Museum’s tenth Designs of the Year exhibition
The Typographic Style Handbook is an excellent new guide for typographers and typesetters – but there’s plenty of great advice in this little book for writers as well
Forty years on from the release of Orgasm Addict, Malcolm Garrett shows CR around an exhibition of his work for the Buzzcocks, on display at Plant NOMA as part of Design Manchester, and explains how the distinctive design style he created for the band developed.
Miriam Rayman’s piece From Shoreditch to the Shires, which examined the consequences of creatives abandoning London for the countryside, sparked off a huge debate on CR. We’re following up with a series of interviews with creatives who have made similar moves. Here we speak to Adrian Shaughnessy, editorial director at Unit Editions
A new book from Counter-Print celebrates the work of Cruz Novillo – the designer behind identities for Spain’s post office, police force and Socialist Party
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
‘Poster Girls’, a new exhibition at the London Transport Museum, looks back at the contribution that female artists have made to TfL over the past century, and examines some of the hidden stories behind their work.A new exhibition at the London Transport Museum looks back at the contribution that female artists have made to TfL over the past century, and examines some of the hidden stories behind their work.