In today's Letterform, Claire Mason looks again at Citizen, a characterful typeface designed by Emigre's Zuzana Licko. Using only straight lines in its construction, it's a typeface which is anything but straight…
A new retrospective of the work of Eduardo Paolozzi at the Whitechapel Gallery chronicles the artist's interrogation of mass culture, mechanisation, and the intersection of life and art...
Artist and textile designer Alicia Galer creates delicate, considered images that display an enviable lightness of touch...
•Take Five> 15-02-17
From toilet paper to tobacco tins, postcards to Pot Noodle packaging – pretty much anyone's rubbish is Stella Mitchell's treasure. She's the brains behind the Museum of Lost Content and now a book of the same name thanks to designer Patrick Fry.
In today's Take 5, our man Stateside, Tag Christof, picks out five distinctive automotive logos, each coming from a time when cars were becoming as bland as the middle-aged men who invariably drove them.
•Letterform Live> 14-02-17
Letterform Live returned last week with a record spinning evening of typography and vinyl, as always it was a night full of variety... Theo Inglis reports.
•Industry People> 13-02-17
For the past twenty years, Progress Packaging have been bringing beautifully designed packaging to life, working with an impressive roster of leading design studios. In today's Industry People, we catch up with founder Simon Farrow to find out more...
Rabbits Road Press is a new Newham-based printing studio, focused on facilitating collaboration between artists and local community groups. We caught up with co-founder Rose Nordin to discover more...
Joe Kessler is a cartoonist and founding member of the London comic book company Breakdown Press. Finnian Kidd caught up with Joe to chat DIY publishing, Safari Festival and a world view of comics culture.
Sussex Modernism, a new exhibition at London's Two Temple Place, explores the work of the radical group of artists, designers and writers who made their home in enclaves across Sussex in the early twentieth century...
In today's Letterform, Nic Sanchez of Grilli Type focuses on the raw grace of graffiti lettering found in Southern California in the early 1970s...
When an elite society representing the world of print needs a typeface, who does it call? Jeremy Tankard and Alistair Hall, of course. Here we speak to Tankard, Hall and committee member of the Wynkyn De Worde Society Becky Chilcott about the birth of a new font...
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