Emily Forgot

Wieden + Kennedy’s unusual office space

Graphic designer Emily Forgot and 3D artist Laurie D have installed a monochrome office made of paper and card at Wieden + Kennedy’s London headquarters, allowing passers-by and internet users to watch the agency’s staff at work.

Pick Me Up 2013

From learning how to model Shaun The Sheep with Aardman’s Jim Parkyn to pulling a screenprint with Print Club London or creating your own A5 artwork with Human After All using specially created facial feature rubber stamps – here’s the CR guide to Pick Me Up 2013 which opens at Somerset House this week…

Send a Christmas gif

Illustrator Ryan Todd has collaborated with digital design studio Enjoythis to create Christmas Gifs, a festive showcase of animated gifs created specially for the project by an international cast of illustrators, animators and directors…

Nice publications

This month we’ve got five new publications for your discerning eyes: the latest from both Victionary and Nobrow, issue two of Fourth & Main Journal, issue eight of Popshot magazine, and a look at new magazine, Perdiz…

London Design Festival picks

This year’s London Design Festival is already well into the swing of things, but there’s plenty more to come. Here’s our selection of this year’s must-see LDF events and exhibitions for CR readers

Curious Stories for Curious Minds

Andrew Rae, Emily Forgot, Oliver Jeffers and Steven Appleby are among fifteen illustrators that have contributed to Curious Stories, a book conceived by creative agency Dorothy to raise money for children’s charity Curious Minds…

The Illustrated Alphabet

The Small Print has just unveiled its latest project, The Illustrated Alphabet, for which it approached 26 of illustrators from around the world to each create an illustrated letter of the alphabet plus another artwork inspired by their particular letter…

Design Event North East 2010

The annual Design Event North East festival opens this week, with events and exhibitions taking place in venues across Newcastle and Gateshead, all based around the theme of ‘conversation’.

Joining Forces: Solomon Vaughan vs Recom Farmhouse

Graffiti artist Solomon Vaughan teamed up with Christoph Bolten of CGI studio Recom Farmhouse to create the image above, one of six new collaborative works featured in our June issue’s Joining Forces feature…

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