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We trundled along to the Central Saint Martins BA Graphic Design show last week, and from what now seems like thousands of students, picked out a few of bits for your viewing pleasure. First up, above, is the Animal Collective project from Sroop Sunar, a tasty collection of screen printed images based on the […]
We nipped along to Tate Britain (we’re so having to hold ourselves back from inserting a definite article before that…) yesterday to check out the new Richard Long show, Heaven and Earth. If you don’t know his stuff, Long is part of the loose set of artists whose work gets grouped under the heading Land […]
Tom Gauld is one of our favourite writers / illustrators, and his latest book, The Gigantic Robot, has just been launched. He describes it as “a wry fable concerning the production of an impressive secret weapon whose promise goes unfulfilled”. You can pick it up from the comic store at Cabanon Press (the site he shares with […]
It’s the season of graduation shows, and we’re going to get to as many as we can, and any good stuff we come across we’ll post up here. So to kick things off, a tasty little animation from Royal College of Art graduate Mark Hayward. The second part of the RCA 2009 […]
‘Kay, so we try not to re-post stuff we find on the web, but sometimes something truly great comes our way, and we just have to share. Cast your mind back, and you might remember the rather tasty interactive video for Neon Bible by Arcade Fire. Well, here’s something that outdoes it by a […]
Looks like that Banksy fellow’s got a Summer Show lined up, opening this Saturday, 13 June. The kids over at Vandalog suggest that it might be in Bristol. Stay tuned for more news.
KK Outlet is the Hoxton gallery and office of Amsterdam’s KesselsKramer agency, and they’ve been in touch to tell us about their latest show, Passive Aggressive Notes. The show features pieces from the Passive Aggressive Notes site, and should strike a chord with anyone who’s ever shared a house and found a polite-but-actually-furious […]
Regular readers will know that we’ve got a soft spot for all things bike-related here at We Made This, so we were particularly excited to pick up a copy of the second issue of The Ride Journal earlier this week. And heck, it’s just wonderful. The design, art directed by Andrew Diprose, is elegantly […]
The Guardian Technology section today has an interesting report on Adobe’s imminent UK price hike of 10% on all its software, which will lead to the Design Premium CS4 package costing a staggering 39.7% more here than in the USA. Kerching! Check out the full debate on their tech blog post.
Grab a Turk! Nab a Blake! Spot an Emin! The ever-wonderful Art Car Boot Fair is upon us again, on 14 June at the Truman Brewery – it’s a ramshackle event, with a fine selection of artists and designers hawking their wares out of their car boots. There’s also a smattering of burlesque, some customised […]