Webber Represents is to auction works by 16 photographers with all the money going towards Refugee Support Europe, a charity that responds to the migrant crisis
Our latest round up of good reads includes a magazine about migration, one about sneakers and another that tells food tales
House of MinaLima hosts an exhibition of forty graphic art props created for J.K.Rowling’s new film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. We spoke to Eduardo Lima about designing for the magical world.
In keeping with tradition, the release of the John Lewis Christmas ad earlier today has been greeted by a frenzy. With a new film released on Twitter, activism group Stop Funding Hate are hoping to ride the wave of interest to spread their message of peace.
The Atlas of Gentrification, created by designer Herwig Scherabon, tells the graphic story of gentrification and related issues with a series of data visualisations, graphs and maps.
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