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The beauty of bin bags

Graphic artist Mark James has created a series of eerie collages using crumpled bin liners for Super Furry Animals musician Cian Ciaran’s second album, They Are Nothing Without Us.

Pick Me Up 2013

From learning how to model Shaun The Sheep with Aardman’s Jim Parkyn to pulling a screenprint with Print Club London or creating your own A5 artwork with Human After All using specially created facial feature rubber stamps – here’s the CR guide to Pick Me Up 2013 which opens at Somerset House this week…

Open Studio Club’s Free Desk Here initiative

Free Desk Here is a new initiative by Open Studio Club that looks to encourage creative agencies to offer up a free desk space in their studio to a young creative (of their choosing) to come in and get on with their own work…

Fuel designs Dinos Chapman’s debut album

On Friday, the good folk at The Vinyl Factory dropped round a copy of the screenprinted limited edition double LP version of artist Dinos Chapman’s debut album, Luftbobler. Designed by Fuel, it’s really rather nice…

The V&A’s changing face of Bowie print

Bowie stories, it seems, are like London buses today: two seem to have come at once. Here’s a look at a specially commissioned typographic Bowie print to which over 100 designers contributed…

The method of the medium is the message

For a series of installations at Leeds Print Festival, Music ditched the printed posters in favour of displaying the screenprinting screens used to print them…

Orwell, covered up

Brand new covers for five of George Orwell’s works feature in a new series published today by Penguin and designed by David Pearson. The set includes a remarkable take on Orwell’s most well known novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four

Popular lies about graphic design

— is the title of a new book by designer Craig Ward exploring the proscriptions and truisms of the creative industry. The following extracts are published here exclusively by Creative Review

Get knotted

We’ve had T-shirts, tote bags, tea towels and, of course, screenprints; now carpets are the latest medium for the work of graphic designers, artists and illustrators who are seeking a satisfyingly tangible, hand-crafted and collectible vehicle for their work

Yellow Subversion – The Artwork of Yellow Submarine

50by70 has just announced the release of its third volume entitled Yellow Subversion: The Artwork of Yellow Submarine, a boxed set of five 50 x 70cm screen prints of artwork from the famous Beatles film…