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The Fall of the Berlin Wall in Pictures

Farewell to the Volkswagen Bus

Pictoplasma: Bringing Character Design to Life

We cornered Pictoplasma cofounder Lars Denicke for a quick chat about the evolution of Pictoplasma and what makes great character design.

New Modernist Type

Physicists tell us that one can travel immeasurable distances by folding three-dimensional space in half …

Can Meditation Help You Be More Creative?

Comics Sketchbooks: A Peek at Sketchy Brilliance

Anniversary of the First Hasselblad on the Moon

The Human Canvas: Tim the Tattoo Man

"I am no artist. I am an artwork. When I die my skin will be removed, framed and given to the owner at that time."

Matt Willey’s Photofit Self-Portrait Project

Duncan X Tattooist UK designer Matt Willey has an impressive resume. He has worked as …

An Introduction To Bauhaus Design

Architecture by Re’em Eyal An Introduction To Bauhaus Design by Beth Douglas Bauhaus, German at …

Jazz Covers: LP Designs from the 1940s to 1990s

Jazz Covers: LP Designs from the 1940s to 1990s by Natalie Tyler When the recent …

Alien, Prometheus and the Art of H.R. Giger

Childhood fears take many different forms; thunderstorms, bogeymen, or the two impossibly huge dogs next …

A Brief History of John Baldessari

The epic life of a world-class artist, jammed into six minutes and narrated by Tom Waits.

Art and Design Heroes: Storm Thorgerson

Farewell Maurice Sendak

So, what is the point of it all? Not leaving legacies. But being ripe. Being ripe.

Stanley Donwood’s Lost Angeles

"There is no future. We have evicted ourselves from our own cities, rendered our agriculture poisonous, criminalized the poor, aggrandised the rich, honored the stupid and ridiculed the intelligent."

Photographic Typologies: The Study of Types

100 Ideas that Changed Graphic Design


An Introduction to Lowbrow Art and Pop Surrealism

Mark Gardner on Designing the Mad Men Title Sequence

"What I’m always trying to do is simplify the ideas down, distilling them into something that is powerful, and hopefully deep enough to engage the viewer..."

DKNG Studios on Band Poster Art

We caught up with Dan ahead of this year’s Flatstock, to quiz him on making a career in band poster design and his advice to fellow designers.

Bike Art – Bicycles In Art Around The World

Rob Jones on Taxidermy, Jack White and Great Band Poster Design

We tracked Rob down ahead of this year’s Flatstock, to quiz him on the methods behind his own brand of design madness.

The Art of Urban Sketching: Drawing on Location Around the World