Blake Paints Peel

Pop artist Sir Peter Blake has painted a portrait of the late and much-lamented John Peel to feature on the sleeve on a new compilation of the DJ’s favourite tracks, John Peel-Right Time, Wrong Speed:1977-1987, the first of a trilogy celebrating Peel’s career.

Let’s Stick Together

The twentieth International Poster Biennale in Warsaw exhibited fantastic work from all over the world. Mark Sinclair wonders why the UK was so reluctant to get involved

To See And Be Seen

New York design studio 2×4 combine a rigorous process with a refreshing desire to make their mark beyond the parochial world of their graphics peers

A Brief History of Time

The 60s’ “vibrations can still be felt in every aspect of popular culture,” says our reviewer, critic and design writer Rick Poynor. At the V&A’s new 60s Graphics show, “The Day-Glo graphics and metallic paper pulse with undiminished psychedelic abandon.”

My Type of Place

Bruno Maag relishes getting his hands dirty at London’s unique typographic treasure trove

The Humour issue

CR gets serious about being funny featuring
Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs, Lisa McGee,
Naresh Ramchandani, David Kolbusz, Roz Chast,
Emily Oberman, Asterix, Stephen Collins,
Dominic Wilcox and the DLR

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