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Wim Crouwel; image courtesy of Stedelijk Museum, AmsterdamFriday 29 June 2007 09.40hrs; Wim Crouwel [WC], Michael Place [MCP] & Nicky ..read more
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How honest are you with your clients? Do you give them what they want – something pretty and ‘cool’ – or do you insist that they ..read more
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Claudia Chanhoi’s illustrations are firmly rooted in the landscape of the female experience, exploring subjects from sexuality and ..read more
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The Fate of Fausto is a cautionary tale for our times. Inspired by the sight of a storm brewing off the north coast of Ireland, Jeffers ..read more
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The event, which is now in its seventh year, takes place from 11 to 24 November, with events and workshops held across the city. The ..read more
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The title’s MC Escher influences are obvious, thanks to its apparently impossible architecture and neverending buildings. Players are ..read more
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Brooklyn-based author and artist Oliver Jeffers was in London last week for the launch of his new book Fate of Fausto, a modern-day fable ..read more
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The London-based artist discusses his creative relationship with FKA twigs and talks us through the cover art for her highly-anticipated ..read more
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In order to come up with the risky ideas that clients desperately need today, creatives need to feel supported. CR talks to adam& ..read more
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In the 1970s, Michael Jang photographed some of the world’s biggest celebrities – from Frank Sinatra to David Bowie and Johnny Rotten ..read more

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