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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.

There are many ways to make a photobook

Self Publish, Be Happy, the London-based outfit which celebrates the art of the self-published photobook, is holding a special project space at the Offprint art publishing fair at Tate Modern this weekend. It aims to inspire visitors to have a go at making their own books – using all manner of photographic processes

Photo London

In the largest ever takeover of Somerset House, the first annual Photo London opens this week, with commissioned shows and galleries and publishers from around the world exhibiting iconic images from the masters and fresh new work by emerging artists.

Miguel Fluxà of Camper talks design, creativity and family

Opening this week at the Design Museum in London is an exhibition celebrating 40 years of Spanish shoe brand Camper, looking at everything from its manufacturing processes to its playful use of design in its marketing and stores. We spoke to CEO Miguel Fluxà about the role of creativity in the company, and why it remains a family-run business…

The art of recovery

For years hospitals have used art and design to improve patient wellbeing, but commissions are now allied to specific areas of treatment and care

From stage to screen

Event cinema is increasing public access to the arts by bringing cultural experiences to the big screen, from opera to theatre and museum exhibitions

Design Indaba 2015: Day one

Day one of creative conference Design Indaba featured a look at some bizarre and thought-provoking projects by emerging designers, Burning Man co-founder Larry Harvey’s reflections on collaborative art and creating great visitor experiences, a How To of graphic design from Michael Bierut and a talk from The Workers, the London design studio behind Tate After Dark. Here are some of the highlights…

New designs from Double Standards, MoMa, MuirMcNeil, Mucho & more

Our latest pick of new designs includes a signage and wayfinding system for Berlin’s Museum of Decorative Arts, a striking set of posters from MuirMcNeil, colourful branding for Barcelona juice company Mother – and some fun festive projects from Pentagram and Love…

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