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The interactive theatre experience featured immersive VFX created by the London post house.
Simon Wild, the illustrator behind Fantastical Flying Machines, has launched Tiny Universe – a new site offering creative materials for children.
Conductive inks you can screenprint or litho print offer a whole new world of creative possibilities.
Exhibition at Central Saint Martins by Vaughan Oliver, Jonathan Barnbrook, Ian Anderson, Neville Brody, Angus Hyland, David Pearson, Tomato and more.
We finds Apple’s new laptop for professional creatives a little too far ahead of its time
The first ‘Ivy Bridge’ Windows laptop we’ve looked works well with current-generation creative apps.
Here's our pick of the best work across graphic design, visual communication, illustration, digital design and motion.
News: Updated: D&AD Student Awards 2012 Yellow Pencils announced across design, illustration, digital & self-promotion
62 Yellow Pencils were awarded, though none in Branding, Photography or Typography.
Students put on exhibition celebrating work unwanted by clients or abandoned by its creators.
our colleagues at M3 in Sweden have got their hands on an Uppleva smart TV unit – and the results are less than impressive.
We cut through the myths around Facebook's Promote button and tell you how to use it to your advantage.
Central St Martins grad show has work that's incredibly good, often conceptually clear and even *gulp* commercial.
News: Gelaskins releases iPad stickers featuring art by eBoy, Camilla d'Errico, EMEK, Jeff Soto, Andy Gilmore & more
New iPad and iPad 2 stickers featuring artwork and wallpaper by artists and illustrators.
Adobe is working to build support for the new Macbook Pro's Retina Display into Photoshop, but you're going to have a bit of a wait.
See the best graphic design and illustration work from this year's Free Range grad shows
There's a real lack of good art and design that's tied to the Jubilee. We dig out the good stuff.
We interview Chris Thornley - aka Raid71 - about his beautifully composed, visually striking poster.
Colourist Dado Valentic of Mytherapy reveals how to overcome the challenges inherent in grading stereo 3D footage.
Illustrator Yuta Onoda has created a campaign for tequila brand Jose Cuervo to celebrate the Mexican festival of Cinco de Mayio.