London Print Studio’s latest exhibition, Unfold, is a beautiful collection of hand made, pop up and laser cut books and prints.
CR’s pick of exhibitions, design events and creative activities for the week ahead, including London Design Fesitval, ICA Off-site: A Journey Through London Subculture: 1980s to Now, Astronomy Photographer of the Year Awards and exhibition, Studio Myerscough at the Library of Birmingham, Xerography exhibition at Firstsite in Colchester, Brighton Digital Festival, pop-up photo event Photoville NYC, and photojournalism festival Visa Pour l’Image in Perpignan, France.
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A blissful August weekend brought an attentively curated line-up of sights and sounds, to a glorious northern location, for the arty, musical haven of Beacons festival. With an atmosphere bursting with positive vibes and creative passion, it soon became clear that Beacons was the type of place where you are just as likely to have a chat with a stranger about the who’s who of 2013 need-to-know bands as you are about the what’s what of the latest and greatest design studios.
Bath School of Art and Design’s London degree show, 3, is on display at Hackney Downs Studios this week and includes some excellent design, illustration and typography projects.
Over the course of this year’s degree show season, CR readers will be guest blogging reviews of shows up and down the UK (and beyond). Here, Gordon Beveridge of Traffic Design visits the University of the West of Scotland’s BA Creative Industries Practice (Graphic Design) show
Two Rivers, Wisconsin is home to 11,000 people, 3000 acres of forest and six miles of unspoilt Lake Michigan shoreline. It is allegedly the birthplace of the ice cream sundae and the carp fishing capital in America. It is also the home to the world’s largest collection of wood type