Remembering Vaughan Oliver

The much-loved graphic designer Vaughan Oliver died at the end of 2019. Here, designer and publisher Adrian Shaughnessy reflects on the unique and influential nature of his work – particularly his prolific stint with record label 4AD

Predictions for a new decade: Gem Fletcher

To mark the start of the 2020s, we’ve asked a selection of our regular writers and columnists to offer up some predictions of what lies ahead for the creative industries. Here, art director Gem Fletcher hopes for a revolution in photography

The year in review: Photography

The world of photography in 2019 was marked by movements of change and activism, and expansive dissections of contemporary politics and the status quo. We also saw exciting experimentation in both images and exhibitions. Here, Diane Smyth looks back at the year

Reshaping perceptions of the hoodie

As far as fashion statements go, you’ll struggle to find an item of clothing as politically charged as the hoodie. We speak to curator Lou Stoppard about her new show, which attempts to dissect our complex relationship with the garment


Shoreditch, London




Shoreditch, London