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Foxes have the last laugh with this Thelwell-inspired T-shirt by Ben Drury, available from thisisrealart.com. (Pictured)

Matali Crasset is designing a provocative exhibition at this year’s Milan Furniture Fair (pictured). On the subject of the relationship of women and the home, the show – entitled The Devil of Hearth and Home – will feature the work of female artists, such as Tracy Emin and Sarah Lucas.

Outdoor Stool, designed by Jennifer Newman Studio, is made in powder-coated aluminium and can be ordered in custom colours. It retails at £250.

Hookson’s annual report for the Scottish Ambulance Service is called You Can Count on Us Here, There & Everywhere and was designed with photographer Alex Telfer, with graphics by Colin Dunbar.

Digital consultancy Holler has designed and produced Movie Rush, an on-line-only film show for Channel 4 and the first content for the broadcaster’s media player (www.channel4.com/movierush). The format dispenses with a presenter, using typography in between film clips. C4 plans to extend the programme to mobile phones later this year. (Pictured right)

Foxes have the last laugh with this Thelwell-inspired T-shirt by Ben Drury, available from thisisrealart.com. (Pictured below)

Curious has designed an anthology of poems by Moss Rich, entitled Requiem for a Typewriter. The 95-year-old poet’s work is written on an old Olivetti typewriter and the collection is published by Brighton company The South.

No One has created the brand identity for a range of premium beers called Meantime Beers, launched by Greenwich Brewery. The collection includes seven different flavoured beers, packaged in 330ml bottles, and four beers which retail in 750ml champagne-corked bottles.

The BBC World Service has commissioned Jordan creative group Mint to launch a radical poster campaign for the Middle East called Your Future – Who Decides It? It is designed to engage ‘20- to 30-year-old educated Arab men and women’ in Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Sudan and the West Bank.

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