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Definitely a want (not quite yet a need) RT @psahre Klutch from @emilyoberman's packaging collection
The Guardian has published a powerful interactive piece on Bangladesh's clothing industry
Nice snap by @MrBenMars of @Richard_Hay on tube w/ puppet made out of old Evening Standard for @SharkLegsCo
The Bank of England Museum's latest exhibition offers a rare look at bank note design
King of Kerfuffle: A lovely tribute to Wally Olins from Michael Johnson, who started his career at Wolff Olins
A tribute to the brilliant Wally Olins who died yesterday.
The Finnish post office is celebrating iconic gay artist Tom of Finland with some saucy stamps…
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Yoni Alter talks to CR about his solo show at Kemistry Gallery and work for London Live
@CreativeReview editor Patrick Burgoyne confirmed as judge for Bridgeman Studio Award. Still time to get entries in
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Bears on Stairs: 50 3D-printed model bears create cute stop-motion animation
Mucho, the design studio with partners in 7 different cities in Europe and the US, will give the next Typo Talk
Images of a tumbling prime minister hint at the future of photography – by Geoff Dyer (via @DesignObserver)
And if you're interested in Carl Andre @TateShots has just released a rare video interview with him (via @Tate)
Cover of a new book of Carl Andre's art ft. one of his 60s texts as an intro to his work
Running for the news stands to grab Aprils edition of @CreativeReview was worth it to see @Ray_Oranges work accompanying article from @gray!
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Our unmissable graphics for an unmissable show @Tate Modern. Matisse Cut-Outs opens on Thursday.
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Glow-in-the-dark road markings replace lights on part of Dutch highway Pic by @MaximeVerhagen
Also MT @YellowJersey_ed Froome, Wiggins, Contador, who cares? We've been looking at the wrong end of the bunch @m_xl
Yellow Jersey Press reissues five classic cycling books in the sport's most famous colours