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No pressure: The designer who has Bowie as a client

By John Fountain With a new album soon to be released, a stripped down remix of 'Sound and Vision' on air for Sony and a must-see exhibition at the V&A, it seems that after 10 years of next-to-nothingness, the enigma that is David Bowie is back. And...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Leaders

Banksy's Balloon Girl revealed as the UK’s favourite British artwork

Street artist Banksy has been ranked ahead of the likes of Turner and Constable with his Balloon Girl ranked the “nation’s favourite British artwork” in a new study which shines a spotlight on our ever-changing tastes in art. The...

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Inspiration

Spotlight: Spot the celebrity in Pete Ellis' album of illustrations

While illustrator Pete Ellis jokes he grew up in London’s Thornton Heath long before Glastonbury headliner Stormzy arrived in the area, the rapper wouldn’t look out of place in one of Ellis’ art pieces. His portfolio is awash with...

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The Piccadilly Circus Lights and Hunter Artwork

As you may have noticed, the Piccadilly Circus lights have been switched back on after 9 months in darkness, the second longest time without light since the Blitz in World War 2. The lights were turned off in January for renovations which saw the six...

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London student artwork celebrates the launch of Elizabeth line trains

Design students from East London have helped create a new advertising campaign that has been launched on board Transport for London’s (TfL’s) new Elizabeth line trains to explain to customers the benefits they will enjoy while...

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The Graffiti Drones that recreate any artwork submitted by app

Drones are a technology that, in my humble opinion, have yet to reach their true potential, at least in terms of application. Initially used as hobbyist flying machines, drones are now being used for everything from home delivery services to...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Industry

Get your artwork into Ubers across your city. Enter Now!

Competition Time! (Extended Deadline: 11th August 2015) There is hidden talent tucked away all over the city, just waiting to be discovered. The UK art scene has never been more vibrant. To celebrate this we have partnered with our friends at Uber...

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Features

Secret 7" sleeve artwork revealed

Now that Secret 7” is over for another year, and all the records have been sold, we can finally reveal which sleeve belonged to which jelly artist. The immensely popular exhibition, which took place at Somerset House, featured work from eleven...

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Inspiration

Album covers located on Street View

The Guardian have been delving into the amazing world of Google Street View of late, and have been coming up with some clever uses for the world's most detailed map. Last month they placed famous artworks from around the world back in their original...

Posted by: Jessica Hazel
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Inspiration

Nice artwork? What about the call to action?

Too often at printed.com we see fabulous flyers, leaflets and stickers with killer design and spot-on messaging, but there's something missing no call to action! To give your printed marketing materials a chance to work, it's so important to include...

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Inspiration

The Entrepreneurial Spirit of Toby Willsmer

The details in Toby Willsmer's beautiful illustrations are as fascinating as the countless career paths he's ventured into. From web design to being a scuba diving instructor, from illustration to running a music label, we have collected some of the...

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Leaders

The V&A celebrates 50 years of Pink Floyd design genius

Pink Floyd are widely regarded as the god-fathers of progressive rock music and one of the biggest and best bands of all time. The prog rock genre gained the title due to the way it's practitioners tried to push the boundaries of what what until then...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Abbey Road opens first official retail store

I'll probably never get to record an album at Abbey Road. It's been a dream of mine since the moment I first picked up a guitar almost two decades ago, but I've come to the sad conclusion that this particular dream shall remain unfulfilled. The same...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Slipped Discs. Who's buying all this vinyl?

How much would you pay for a copy of Nik Kershaw’s album ‘The Riddle’? Should you wish to add it to your iTunes collection via Apple’s store, it would cost you about £5.50. On Amazon’s marketplace, you could pick up...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Industry

Automating the past: 10 iconic ads reimagined using AI | #HistoryMonth

The great fear behind artificial intelligence is that it will somehow end up replacing us entirely. Until recently, I would have said these fears are unfounded but then I stumbled upon the incredible horror that is NVIDIA GauGAN - an AI that can...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Industry

#GettingToKnow RCA masters graduate Paul Wearing

Paul Wearing is an RCA graduate based in London. A born traveller, he has worked extensively throughout the US and Far East with fashion, interior design and advertising houses. The influence of his design background is evident in much of his...

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Inspiration

The evocative photography of Theofilos Koutroumanis

Photographer Theofilos Koutroumanis has done a lot in his life, from owning a bar to working in advertising and publishing. But when someone asked him to take pictures during a party night in his own bar, that was enough of a wake-up call for...

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Leaders

Top Hires of the Week

Mother Design Mother New York has announced that Mark Sloan has been named Head of Mother Design. He came over from TBWA\Chiat\Day, where he served for over three years as its director of design. Mark’s prior experience included working on a...

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Leaders

The 2018 FIFA World Cup in Advertising

With the 2018​ FIFA World Cup kicking off this very afternoon, we've scoured the internet to bring you the best ads, campaigns, brand activations and more that have sprung up in the last few weeks in honour of the tournament known to those who...

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Nearly Normal Celebrate Record Store Day's 10th Anniversary

To celebrate Record Store Day's 10th anniversary this Saturday, Jelly London's masters of paper craft animation and illustration Nearly Normal were honoured to work with Vinylize!, an exhibition at Concerto Record Shop in Amsterdam. Vinylize!...

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Beach Meets : Patrick Savile

We first came across Patrick’s work many, many moons ago when he showed at the gallery at a People of Print exhibition - maybe back in 2011. But his recent show at Shoreditch mainstay Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes really blew us away. Get down there...

Posted by: Beach London
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#TechTuesday: Budweiser on Mars, Apple AR Glasses and other stories

Apple building AR technology that could “make it's way onto our bodies” A new report released yesterday claims that the mighty trend-setters at Apple are currently working on an augmented reality product, which would put it in direct...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Leaders

Agency of the Week: Grey Group

Grey London launches The Rules of Cheese This summer, Grey London has re-launched the nation’s favourite cheese brand, Cathedral City. The fully integrated brand re-launch from Dairy Crest, which carries the tag-line “Love Cheese?...

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Leaders

Rebrand Roundup: From the Tate Modern to STÓR

Peter Saville/Morph - Tate Modern British graphic design legend Peter Saville is the mastermind behind the new graphic identity for the Tate Modern art gallery; a colourful model of the complex itself that includes the new Herzog & de Meuron...

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Leaders

BBH London help Tesco bring back vinyl to the masses

Considering that most of the music ever released is now available for our listening pleasure at little more than the click of a button (as long as you have a stable broadband connection of course), it might seem a little regressive to think that...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Leaders

David Bowie: A Death in Design

When the news dropped yesterday morning that the man born David Robert Jones (he changed his stage name to avoid being mistaken for Davy Jones from The Monkees) had passed away at the age of 69, I was actually half way through my 7th or 8th run...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Leaders

Kate Moss becomes an interior designer

There are few things more infuriating than when a celebrity suddenly decides to change lanes and try their hand at something else, just because they know they can. Every rapper thinks they can be an actor and ever actor thinks they can be a rockstar,...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Industry

Discover a little something in your next Uber

In partnership with our friends at Uber and SUITCASE Magazine, we are launching #BackseatArt across six UK cities to showcase local artists. This week, cars in London, Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield, Birmingham and Newcastle will contain limited...

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Leaders

Never mind the budgets, here's the Sex Pistols credit card

For an old punk like me, these are bemusing times. The Sex Pistols, those standard-bearers of all things noisy and anarchic, are back in the news. Or, to be more accurate, the graphics produced for them by Jamie Reid, have re-appeared. This should be...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Leaders

Rolling Stones become Exhibitionists for Saatchi

The Rolling Stones are an anomaly in the world of rock and roll, an anomaly that many (myself included) would have seen put away in a museum around the turn on the 1980's, but have (against all odds and countless fickle trends) managed to survive and...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns

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