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Found creates engaging mixed-media campaign film

Motion studio Found has collaborated with film director Richard Curtis to create a striking film for grassroots advocacy organisation ONE, charting the history of popular music and protest in a visually arresting mixed-media collage

Green on White (in red)

Fleur Olby’s recent photography show at the Gallery on the Green in Settle, North Yorkshire, proves that occupying a smaller space – in this case an old telephone box – is no barrier to staging a meaningful and immersive exhibition

Virgin Records celebrates 40 years of disruption

Virgin Records is launching an exhibition, an art book and a compilation CD as part of a campaign to celebrate its 40th birthday. CR spoke to designer Adrian Shaughnessy, who is working the project, to find out more.

One Word Brief 2013

This year’s One Word Brief is Be: submissions are invited from budding filmmakers, photographers, illustrators and graphic designers. Winning work will be printed in a book and featured in an exhibition

Image Duplicator: pop art’s comic debt

A new exhibition at The Orbital Comics Gallery explores the widespread appropriation of comic book art by pop artists such as Roy Lichtenstein. CR spoke to curator Rian Hughes about giving credit where it’s due.

Mosaics, motifs and enamelled steel

The Underground lends itself to large-scale public art and design projects – a commitment it maintains to this day. Mark Sinclair looks at the history of platform art

Who is Linder?

To many an old punk that’s a question that hardly needs asking. Linder (born Linda Mulvey in 1954) created the central image for one of the most iconic of punk record sleeves – that of Buzzcocks’ first single, Orgasm Addict, art directed by Malcolm Garrett.

Introducing The Studio of Williamson Curran

The Studio of Williamson Curran (TSOWC), has designed the catalogue for Tate Britain’s new Schwitters in Britain show (which opens tomorrow). Here’s a look at it and a Q&A with the duo…

London Underground 150th stamps

As part of the celebrations for London Underground’s 150th anniversary, the Royal Mail is to release stamps featuring famous artwork created for the network

Tomorrow Awards Fall 2012 winners

R/GA, Grey (Canada), Google/The Ant Farm, Volontaire [Sweden], and Google Creative Lab took top honours, while Uniqlo was named “Brand Of The Future” at the this week’s Tomorrow Awards, the bi-annual scheme set up by the Art Directors Club to celebrate advertising creativity that utilises new technologies…

Words, not read but seen

What has the most impact, a symbol or a written logotype? A new website (and book) might help designers decide