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Adidas has worked with three illustrators to mark the relaunch of its Superstar shoe, which was first introduced in 1969.
Cycling Stars – a new trump card release from Laurence King – lets you pit your cycling heroes up against each other with an illustrated range of cards.
New York- and London-based duo Craig & Karl have created an installation comprising 13 tonnes of sweets in the Chinese city of Chengdu.
Finnish-Swedish comic creator Minna Sundberg has created an illustrated tree depicting the relationships between different languages.
Nobrow branches out to offer digital versions of its comics which show how they evolved from pencil sketches to full colour.
As a tribute to Wally Olins, who died last year, designer Jamin Galea is putting together an illustrated “Wall of Wally”.
French designer Jean Jullien has illustrated his first children’s book Hoot Owl Master of Disguise.
Ahead of next week’s Australia Day, here are some suggestions for alternative national flags.
The October Colouring-In book sees artist David Batchelor use an original 1976 copy of art journal October as a canvas for new work.
Artist Christian Marclay, The Vinyl Factory and London Sinfonietta Orchestra are teaming up for a new experimental project.