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Since 1990, Dutch artist Theo Jansen has been creating “Strandbeests” or “beach creatures” that can walk on the sand, powered by wind, and which he describes as “new forms of life”.
A new book finds California’s graphic design scene to be pioneering and offbeat.
The official Christmas trees outside the White House in the US have a received a digital upgrade, with people able to control their light patterns remotely using a Google coding tool.
Online advent calendar gallery created to show numbered typography by different designers for each day of December.
Photographer Harry Mitchell has been commissioned by Hiive – a social network for creatives – to photograph the contents of creatives’ drawers.
Off Life comic has turned to artists for its Yellow project, which will see the week’s news distilled into a different illustration every week for a year.
The six part interactive story has been designed so that viewers can be engaged in a multimedia environment and drill down into deeper Wellcome Collection archival content.
Following his death earlier this year, Felix Dennis’s collection of Eric Gill works is being auctioned off.
Illustrator Marcus Oakley has worked with writer Matt Lindley to visualise proverbs on travel website HotelClub.
The book has been published to accompany the college’s current exhibition looking at the last 50 years of RCA graphic design.