Like a relic from a latter day saint, possession of a hallowed smoking accessory once owned by the Nirvana frontman turned mild-mannered student Scott King into the rebel artist we know today
A monthly selection of the best of the internet by Marieke Dekker, a strategist at SuperHeroes Amsterdam.
We’ve got a bizarre but brilliant selection of music videos to share with you this month, starting with this short film created for Cate Le Bon by artist Phil Collins. I don’t really know what’s going on in it, but I know I like it.
A new film from Glasgow design studio O Street and production company Pretend Lovers documents the fascinating craft of roadlining – painting traffic instructions on roads using molten plastic and a steady hand
From paperwork used by arms dealers to an iris-scanning banking app, designers Julian Nix and Sarah Bradley had their work cut out in helping to realise the world of The Night Manager, the BBC’s recent six-part adaptation of John le Carré’s novel. In a video interview, they talk about the various props they made for this fantastic series.
Alan Kitching, Ian Anderson and BBC Film show presenter Danny Leigh will be among the speakers for this year’s Leeds Print Festival
Part Kraftwerk video, part Day Today report, Wigan Council has come up with one of the more unusual approaches we’ve seen from a local authority looking to drum up investment
Radio 4 commissioned Scott Coello to create animated versions of the station’s recent diary series titled ‘Life Inside Islamic State’. The animations form part of a wider push by Radio 4 to reach new audiences online using film.
Famously, Stanley Kubrick’s 2001 features a handful of designs and concepts which seem to have predicted future tech, or had some influence on its evolution. New book The 2001 File includes many of the ideas that were dreamed up by the film’s production designers in the late-1960s – some of which, eventually, came true.
It turns out all you need to make a great music video is have Kate Moss dancing with a light bulb, as this new Massive Attack promo shows.