Monthly Archives: September 2016

Henri Barande’s Saatchi Gallery exhibition monograph

To mark the first UK show of artist Henri Barande, graphic designer Christoph Stolberg and German studio Schultzschultz have created Henri Barande. Most times, ideacide happens without us even realizing […]

Martin Müller designs covers for Specious Books

The project was inspired by the dilemma graphic designers and illustrators are so often faced with in commissioned projects – all your efforts won’t heighten the quality of a poorly […]

Ran Park explores the chaos of “Konglish” in a new zine

Konglish is the use of English words, or words derived from English words, in a Korean context. This simple premise was the concept behind Berlin-based designer Ran Park’s zine, Lost […]

Anja Wicki’s sarcastically sweet comic illustrations

The work of Swiss illustrator Anja Wicki uses illustrative figures of ironic humour in saturated colour combinations, making her work to sarcastically sweet. Most times, ideacide happens without us even […]

“Nymphomaniac” photographer Casper Sejersen’s explosive images

There’s something unsettling in the work of photographer Casper Sejersen. In one image, a woman stands serenely in a flimsy creamy yellow dress. Most times, ideacide happens without us even […]

We speak to Ace & Tate Creative Fund Board Members

Way back in April we wrote about the Ace & Tate Creative Fund, a project which aims to support creatives by offering one-off financial grants and the support of a […]

Kuti Kuti, the comic association looking to educate

Kuti Kuti is a Finnish contemporary comics association, sourcing and producing fascinating illustration. Helping them grow into “one of the most recognised Finnish comic phenomenons besides. Most times, ideacide happens […]

Danny Fox: the Cornish artist inspired by LA’s Skid Row

Everyone can from his animated gif can customize an analog flip. A Gifbuch precisely. Gifs are cool, just experiencing a renaissance in the Internet and enjoy brisk popularity. Although flipbook, […]

Lara records the determination of sporting Kuwaiti women

Active Arab Women is a project aiming to overcome Gulf Arab stereotypes by publishing the stories of female athletes in Kuwait. Designer Lara Al-Hadeedi wanted to record their struggles and […]

Steph Wilson’s photographs balance fashion, art and politics

The work of photographer Steph Wilson is perfect in its balance of fine art, politics and fashion. This London-based photographer has already completed work for Dazed, Vice, W Magazine and […]