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The glorious union of dogs and punk rock is being brought to life at a forthcoming Manchester show, celebrating the lives of the Gravehounds.
As Comic Sans celebrates its twentieth birthday designers illustrate what it means to them.
A new exhibition looks at how MacDonald Gill developed the typeface for British war memorials.
Following the publication of his stunning Paper Cut book, illustrator Owen Gildersleeve is rather fittingly taking the 2D images from the book and presenting them in all their 3D glory at a forthcoming exhibition.
Set designers, photographers, film-makers and musicians come together for multi-sensory, multi-disciplinary show which celebrates the Martini cocktail.
The publisher is celebrating the release of its new scratch and sniff book with a totally tropical exhibition in east London.
A group of international illustrators has created visions of future ‘beetopias’ for an exhibition to promote organisation the Honey Club.
A new exhibition showcases Silk Pearce’s work for Suffolk cultural organisation Aldeburgh Music.
Less Dale Winton, more Pop Art-inspired, packaging-based artwork.
A photographic exhibition by Joan Fontcuberta looks at the murky intersection between fact, fiction, science and art.