Our new issue is packed full of help and advice for anyone starting out in the creative industry, whether you are a new graduate or thinking of launching a new business
Alasdair McLellan’s photographs trace the rise of London skate brand Palace from its early roots as the Palace Wayward Boys Choir to its store in Soho, documenting a certain aspect of London life along the way.
Welcome to the first of a new monthly series where we’ll be browsing the news stands to pick out new, interesting magazines. First up, the debut edition of Accent, a celebration of fandom and a charming Australian lunch lady.
Oslo-based illustrator Magnus Voll Mathiassen has created some bold new covers for Norwegian publisher Gyldendal’s reissues of classic texts by Oscar Wilde, Truman Capote, Orhan Pamuk and Ian McEwan
Documentary photographer Edward Thompson explores the paranormal, the adverse effects of pollution, radioactivity, outer space and more, all using the last of Kodak’s Aerochrome Infrared film.
Callahan’s wide photographic experimentation is celebrated in an exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery and a new book, by Black Dog Publishing.
A new book aims to offer an overview of design work that speaks to a multicultural audience – employing typography from two different languages within the same project. Does the trend reflect our hyper-connected world, or is it just another way to use text as decoration?
Our July issue is a museums special, taking a look at the challenges facing cultural institutions and how creativity is helping to meet them. Plus, Jeremy Herrin, Pictoplasma, We Built This City and Missoni
Tom Etherington, a Junior Designer at Penguin Press, is behind the look of the relaunched Penguin Modern Poets, a revival of the series that originally ran in the 1960s. Here, he reveals more about the direction for the design of the publisher’s latest poetry collection.
Many of us follow a particular creative path in working life, but with so many tools at our disposal it makes sense to broaden out. Like Paulo Guilherme