Herb Lubalin

Riso printing: introducing Melbourne’s A Small Press

The largest feature in our forthcoming October issue (out next week) is dedicated to the rise in the use of Risograph printers among the graphic art fraternity in recent years. To whet your appetite, here’s a look at the output of graphic designer Stuart Geddes’ A Small Press in Melbourne…

New look eBay

After 17 years, eBay has ditched its quirky, overlaying logotype in favour of a more sedate identity reflecting its transformation from start-up auction site to multi-billion dollar operation

Record sleeves of the month

Time for a round up of record (and CD) sleeves. This month we’ve selected releases from David Byrne & St. Vincent on 4AD, Cat Power on Matador, The xx on Young Turks and more…

Ice, Sea, Dead People’s spun picture discs

Artists Daniel Eatock and Andy Holden have collaborated on the new picture disc single from band Ice, Sea, Dead People. Each side of the disc features a unique artwork created by holding a felt-tip pen down on piece of paper spinning on a turntable

London 2012: the Gifts of the Games

Well it’s all over. No more Olympics, no more Paralympics. Now, attention switches to the much-disputed ‘legacy’ of the Games. And lest we forget all the great things 2012 has done for London, there’s an ad campaign to remind us

Build’s Blood, Sweat and 11 Years exhibition

London-based design studio Build celebrates its 11th birthday this year and is marking the occasion with an exhibition in London. We asked Build founder Michael C Place to tell us more about the show…

Agent 007-point

Everyone needs good design, right? Even the CIA, it seems. And not a bad starting salary either.

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…

A café with character(s)

If you like some vibrant typography with your tea, and you happen to be in South East London, may we recommend The Movement Café in Greenwich?

Call for submissions: Pick Me Up 2013

Calling all galleries and illustration and graphic art collectives: London’s annual graphic art fair, Pick Me Up, is looking for people to apply to exhibit and sell their wares and run workshops and events at next year’s event…

Malika Favre at Kemistry

Illustrator Malika Favre’s first solo show in London, Hide and Seek, opened today at Kemistry Gallery.