Jeremy Leslie

Friday film fun from The Layzell Bros.

Animation directing duo The Layzell Bros have just created the first two films in an ongoing series of self-initiated animated silliness and, seeing as it’s Friday, here they are…

Mark Wallinger’s Underground Labyrinth

Artist Mark Wallinger has just unveiled his new commission for the London Underground. Labyrinth consists of a series of wall-mouted mazes that will be installed at all 270 of the network’s stations

150 years of tube passengers

As part of the celebrations of the tube’s 150th anniversary, TfL is using the moving image poster sites on its escalators to put today’s travellers face to face with their forebears through the ages

What’s in a name? Just about everything

‘Action’ on this, ‘beating’ that: in their naming and branding, charities are becoming much clearer about what they do and why. Michael Johnson of johnson banks charts the development of this new, ‘active’ approach in the sector

Exhibition design: Linder Femme/Objet

Following our February issue feature on how APFEL worked with architects Carmody Groarke and artist Linder on the design of a major retrospective of Linder’s work, here are photographs of the now open show and of the accompanying publication…

Sony World Photography Awards: our pick

The shortlist for the 2013 Sony World Photography Awards has been announced featuring images across a range of categories, from portraiture to fashion, current affairs to nature and wildlife. Here are some of our favourites

50 (sometimes) glorious years

As part of its 50th birthday celebrations, D&AD has put together a history of its half century as told by its Presidents. Together, they remember the good, the bad, the arguments and the annuals. And a few take the opportunity to grind some axes too…

The logo that almost replaced the Roundel

Recognise this? It’s the logo of the London Passenger Transport Board. And in 1933 it almost replaced one of the most famous logos of all time, the London Transport Roundel

The Guardian offers a free view from The Shard

The Guardian has launched an online app on its site that allows users to scroll around a highly detailed 360 degree photo taken from the viewing platform of London’s tallest building, The Shard, which opens to paying visitors today…

Added edge

Two encouraging trends are set to emerge in magazine apps – simpler design and more manageable content