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From the #PrintedPages archive: A beginner’s guide to Warhol’s legendary New York studio >
Christoph Niemann has a magician-like ability to transform the way we look at the world >
This documentary parody from Jim Archer is tea-spittingly funny >
The colour and spirit of Cuba as captured by photographer Brad Ogbonna >
Christian Schubert’s richly coloured, sex-obsessed and brilliantly bizarre illustrations >
Nuanced and deliciously strange illustration from Japanese artist Yu Fukugawa >
Sometimes surreal, always innovative poster design from Austrian agency Studio Vie >
From the #PrintedPages archive: David Pearson talks us through his favourite book covers >
Brilliant, energetic and skillyfully shot images of headbangers mid-bang >
Studio Takeuma’s portfolio is a treasure trove of editorial and personal illustrations >
Sofia Clausse turns her travels into a beautifully-designed zine >
NEWS: Sky-high glass swimming pool set to connect south London apartment complex >
The gang @movingbrands have created a modern set of emojis. But where's the bloody avocado? >
Jonas Unger puts a silver-fox spin on your typical magazine accessories shoot >
Here's @_matthew_frost_ on social media pretence, celebrity and his way with women >
We check in with Laura Breiling, who specialises in drawing fabulous women >
NEWS: Star Wars-themed aeroplanes will be flying above our heads this autumn >
A fantastic New York rent action exhibition identity by @partnerpartners >
Cheeky, cleverly-composed illustrations from Studio Takeuma >
The Windy City Zine, @sofiaclausse's creation is an ode to her time spent in Chicago >
Do you have a beautifully designed @squarespace portfolio? We wanna show it off to the world >
Check out @simonemassoni's film noir-inspired illustrations for the @NewYorker's Crime Issue >
Best of the Web: The INT gang trawl together their favourite bits from the internet this week>
Designer, proselytiser and visual communication critic: we interview the inimitable Bob Gill >
A look inside the brand guidelines for the amazing 1970s @NASA “worm” logo >

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