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Irish artist Alice Maher says she sees sketchbooks as a ‘type of reservoir – full of ideas… ideas go into them and come out of them as art’.
Statues in London and Manchester ‘talking’ to the public about their forgotten histories.
Laurence King is publishing a mini-edition of Angus Hyland and Steven Bateman’s iconic (sorry…) Symbol book.
The inventors of Scribble say the devices uses a colour sensor and a microprocessor to mix inks of any colour.
Karl Marx gets the graphic novel treatment from Nobrow.
The second edition of Les Jones’s personalised magazine is released.
A great game to find out what you really know about design.
Penguin has added ten new novels to its Essentials collection.
Bacardí’s graphic novel is an interesting twist on brand storytelling.
Clothing can now predict the future (sort of) thanks to a new range of t-shirts created by illustrator May van Millingen.