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The Drowned Man: An interview with immersive theatre masters Punchdrunk

As immersive performance pioneers Punchdrunk release a limited edition book of photographs from their 2013 show The Drowned Man, we speak to artistic director Felix Barrett, and photographer Julian Abrams about creating and capturing the spectacle and the intimacy of their now world-renowned productions.

D&AD 2015: the winners

The winners of this year’s D&AD Awards were announced at a ceremony in London last night, with juries awarding five black pencils, four white and 44 yellow. Here’s our round-up of the most successful projects and agencies…

Designing Alice’s Adventures Underground

We talk to Alice’s Adventures Underground director Oliver Lansley and designer Samuel Wyer, of theatre company Les Enfants Terribles, who have brought an ambitious new immersive show to the cavernous Vaults under London’s Waterloo station.

Twin Peaks: titles of the strangest type

Twenty six years after it first aired on television, David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks is to return to screens in 2016. A video announcement enthralled Twitter earlier today, with many welcoming the return of the show’s puzzling plotlines, surreal characters and haunting soundtrack. For me, what added to the strangeness of the original show was the jarring type that opened each episode – and it, too, looks set to reappear

HR Giger, master of many dark arts

The work of Swiss artist HR Giger, who died on Monday aged 74, was known to many beyond the art world. From film and music videos, to record sleeve design and video games, we look back at how his influence was felt right across the visual arts

What’s On

CR’s pick of exhibitions, design events and creative activities for the week ahead including Jessica Eaton’s cube photography in London, Leeds Print Festival, Warhol, Lynch & Burroughs at The Photographers’ Gallery London, Tom Eckersley: Master of the Poster iat LCC, Printing Sheffied, The Design of Understanding at St. Bride’s in London, and Herbery Bayer at the Bauhaus Archive in Berlin …

Some new music videos

Sit back and relax by all means but hang on to your sanity as our latest roundup of new music videos (from Flying Lotus, Yeasayer, Simian Mobile Disco and more) take you on a journey to places weird and wonderful…

Eraserhead soundtrack

Bleak and unsettling, David Lynch’s film Eraserhead certainly has a soundtrack to match. New York’s Sacred Bones is behind the design and release of a new deluxe edition of the recording, which remains something of an industrial classic

Boobs, beer and burning hairdos

Filmmaker David Lynch has directed the video for his track Crazy Clown Time from his similarly titled debut album, and describes it as “an intense psychotic backyard craziness, fuelled by beer”…

Dream In Colour: The Art of Stylorouge

To mark its 30th birthday, design studio Stylorouge is putting on an exhibition in London’s Aubin Gallery, opening this week. Founder Rob O’Connor picks out some personal highlights from the studio’s portfolio, as well as some of the Stylorouge artworks that will be exhibited at the new show…

Exhibition: Little White Lies 70

For it’s forthcoming exhibition, LWL 70, at London’s Kemistry gallery, Little White Lies magazine has commissioned a series of images to celebrate legendary films from the 1970s. Each of the new works is by a different artist and has been created in the style of magazine cover artwork…

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