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How northern style has influenced the world

The north of England has established an identity and an array of visual imagery that resonates not only through the UK, but across the world. A new show at the Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool examines its influence.

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The making of Bonobo’s Migration artwork

Bonobo’s sixth album Migration is out this week and features some striking artwork by photographer Neil Krug. We talk to Krug and Bonobo about the concept behind the visuals and shooting in the Mojave desert at dawn

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Exposure: Tom Johnson

Art Director Gem Fletcher examines the work of Tom Johnson, in the latest installment of a series looking into talent in photography, from recent graduates to photographers breaking the rules…

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Inside the archive of Trevor Key, music design’s unsung hero

From Tubular Bells to the Sex Pistols and New Order, photographer Trevor Key played a major role in not just one important pop culture moment, but three. We take an exclusive peek at the treasures of Key’s archive and ask why he doesn’t enjoy the reputation he surely deserves

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Bowie by Duffy at Proud Chelsea

From Aladdin Sane to Scary Monsters, photographer Brian Duffy helped David Bowie create some his most memorable personas. Original artwork born out of their creative collaboration is now on show at Proud Chelsea