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Eadweard Muybridge recreated in the medium of Lego

Earlier this year we featured Jon Rolph’s charming short film Paint With Lego, which saw him recreate a Mondrian painting in our favourite coloured bricks. This week, he’s back with another piece, this time a reworking of Eadweard Muybridge’s famous Horse in Motion film…

Pushkin Press launches Vertigo crime series

Next month Pushkin Press launches its new Vertigo imprint, dedicated to republishing crime classics from 1920 to 1970. The series has a range of suitably dizzying cover designs created by Jamie Keenan and, here, he explains the thinking behind the bold typographic direction

CR September: The Fashion issue

CR’s September issue is dedicated to all things fashion. We have a feature on the work of Hussein Chalayan, interviews with Iris van Herpen, Nick Knight and Paul Weller; plus a look at clothing company Knyttan, Pylot magazine, pop-ups and Harvey Nichols

New type: Akatre, Erik Spiekermann, Dazed, The Northern Block & more

Our latest pick of new type includes new releases from The Northern Block, Monotype and Dalton Maag, a custom design for New York magazine, some striking type by Akatre in fashion magazine Mother and a new Laurence King book edited by A2’s Scott Williams and Henrik Kubel.

Steve Frykholm, Herman Miller and the Picnic Posters

In 1970, the Herman Miller Furniture Company hired a Cranbrook School of Art graduate named Steve Frykholm as its first in-house graphic designer – one of his first jobs was to create a poster for the firm’s annual summer picnic. In a new film, Frykholm tells the story of how his series of screenprints developed over 20 years

Gradwatch: Michael Curia

We speak to Manchester School of Art graduate Michael Curia, whose portfolio includes some impressive print design, custom type and a beautiful series of photo books.

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