Jason Lutes has spent the past two decades working on Berlin – an epic, 600-page graphic novel that follows the lives of Berlin residents in the years leading up to World War Two. We talk to Lutes about the process and the changing perceptions of the comic as an art form
A new book and exhibition from Place Press celebrates the pioneering work of Roberto Burle Marx – the landscape architect and artist who transformed Rio’s Copacabana district – and explores how creative thinking can transform our relationship with urban spaces
Design studio Hato has created a playful new website for sketch – the London restaurant famed for its lavish interiors
In 2008, Polaroid announced it would be closing its instant film factory in Enschede. This year, the factory has shipped millions of packs of film and restored several thousand vintage cameras. We paid a visit to Enschede to find out more about the revival of the Polaroid brand
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From The Chemical Brothers to Little Dorrit, The Streets to Doctor Who, Adam Smith has had an eclectic and distinctive directing career. As his first feature film, Trespass Against Us, is released, we talk to him about working with Michael Fassbender, making the perfect concert visuals, and the importance of finding projects that speak to you.
In 1968, Nick Hedges was asked by Shelter to photograph some of the families living in Britain’s slums. Here, he discusses how he documented the housing crisis as part of a five year project and helped communicate the first concerns of the charity.