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Tape heads

The joy of tape. It is the perfect logo material: punk not preachy, sticky yet ephemeral, it’s even suggestive of our connected world

A conversation piece

Creative duo Yoke bring a week-long, non-profit screen-print exhibition to the Corn Exchange in Leeds from tonight, with an aim to create an exhibition space that spurs a dialogue between creatives through a blind collaboration…

A Class of Their Own

Martin Lorenz and Lupi Asensio of design studio TwoPoints.Net are applying their considerable experience in European design education to their very own study programme

CR August issue: why don’t you…?

Want to learn a new skill? Hone your craft? Or just switch off that Mac and do something a little less boring instead for a while? Then our August issue is for you with details on workshops, short courses and a host of ideas to reinvigorate the creative mind

TwoPoints’ light-reactive Novum cover

Ouch, that looks sore: Barcelona-based TwoPoints.Net have designed a light reactive cover for German design magazine Novum which becomes ‘sunburned’ when exposed to UV light

TwoPoints.Net’s design workshops

Martin Lorenz and Lupi Asensio of Barcelona-based design studio TwoPoints.Net are about to fire up their own teaching initiative called Design Werkstatt (Design Workshop)…

Pretty ugly

In 2007, CR’s Patrick Burgoyne wrote a piece for the magazine headlined The New Ugly. In it he suggested the emergence of a new wave of graphic design that knowingly broke the rules in an attempt to seize the attention of jaded audiences and respond to young readers. This month sees the publication of a new book, Pretty Ugly, that documents the work of a group of designers who share many of the attributes and aspirations noted in CR’s original piece. Patrick Burgoyne talks to the book’s editors, Martin Lorenz and Lupi Asensio of TwoPoints.Net, about where this movement has
come from and what its legacy may be…

CR June 2012 issue

The June issue of CR comes with a health warning. It contains content that readers of a nervous disposition and a love of classical typography may find disturbing. Things are going to get ugly

Pretty Ugly or plain ugly?

Skewed, stretched type, clashing colours, too little or too much spacing – across Europe a new generation of designers and art directors is breaking every rule. But is their work rebellion for rebellion’s sake or does it have wider implications for visual communications?

ARC magazine lives!

The Royal College of Art’s ARC magazine has come back from the brink with a suitably morbid new issue funded by a Kickstarter campaign. Still shaken from its own near-death experience, this makes for a very rewarding read

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