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The crew with no name

The crew with no name

This ambitious exhibition throws light on a circle of artists and designers grouped…
 
A 2D man comes to life

A 2D man comes to life

The subtitle, ‘A Graphic Memoir’, of this gutsy new book by designer Paul Sahre is a…
 
Swiss style: the prequel

Swiss style: the prequel

It all started with a letter that Dorothea Hofmann sat down to write to Philip B.…
 
Books on books

Books on books

The London Centre for Book Arts (LCBA), founded in 2012 by artists Simon Goode and…
 
Citizens’ Babel

Citizens’ Babel

Eyeball Cards: The Art of British CB Radio Culture (William Hogan, Four Corners…
 
Museums on display

Museums on display

The academic study of design history is one that has only emerged within the past 50…
 
From magic lanterns to virtual reality

From magic lanterns to virtual reality

In her preface, Maureen Furniss tells it how it was: ‘In twenty years of teaching…
 
Pictures made of books

Pictures made of books

Few children’s picturebooks are quite like this. A Child of Books (Walker Books…
 
A life in grafix

A life in grafix

Here’s a fantastic, heavy, extraordinary 374-page book whose ten chapters chart the…
 
Public art for public art’s sake

Public art for public art’s sake

Scott King’s Public Art blends fact and fiction, satire and speculation in a critique…
 
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