M/M Paris

Andrew Thomas Huang on Björk, MoMA and virtual reality

Björk has had a busy spring: Vulnicura, her ninth album, was released, the Museum of Modern Art in New York opened a retrospective of her career, and she has dabbled with virtual reality for the first time, releasing a VR film to accompany the song Stonemilker. Collaborating with her across all these projects was director Andrew Thomas Huang. We talk to Huang about the inspirations behind the work, shooting in 360, and the difficulties of domes, as well as how it felt when those MoMA reviews dropped…

Björk’s Vulnicura album artwork

Vulnicura, the new album by Björk, has just been released on iTunes, two months ahead of its official physical release on CD and vinyl. The album features artwork and typography by M/M Paris and two portraits of the artist by Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin

Jean Jullien: Life Drawing, an interview

Jean Jullien’s observational take on modern life has made him one of the most sought-after image-makers around. We talked to him about his recent move to New York and his work to date. Here, we publish the full transcript of the interview

Life Drawing

Jean Jullien’s take on modern life has made him a seriously sought-after image-maker. Now, he’s taking his observational skills to New York. By Mark Sinclair

Designs of the Year 2014: the nominations

The Design Museum has announced the nominations for Designs of the Year 2014. The diverse line-up includes life-saving inventions, experimental architecture and some intriguing graphics and digital work…

American Illustration Annual 32

Two hundred and eighty eight editions of the new American Illustration Annual have handmade covers, by 45 different artists and illustrators. Overseen by creative director Richard Turley, the project saw much ink, paint and several naked men

Tokyo Type Directors Club Award winners 2012

Why Not Associates and Gordon Young have scooped the Grand Prix at the Tokyo Type Directors Club Awards 2012 (the third time the UK studio has won it in the awards’ 25 year history) for the Comedy Carpet project which we featured in our October issue…

Typo Berlin 08

The power of imagery to distort, distract and seduce emerged as the pervasive theme of Typo Berlin 08, says Daniel West

Lecturer Design Management

Kingston University

Design Assistant

Cultureshock Media