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Suspira is a dark jewel of demonic delights from Dreadful Press, the independent publisher behind controversial witchcraft magazine Sabat. Investigating monsters of the invisible (imagined) and visible (real) worlds, this debut issue feels as if it was written and designed at night, in a fever dream of Jungian darkness. There’s …

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The Best of D&AD offers free design classes to young creatives

Shift is a night school from D&AD New Blood. The initiative offers young creatives without formal arts education the chance to attend 12 weeks of free night classes, and this year’s course is now open for applications.  One of Shift’s aims is to address diversity in the design industry. “Through …

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The Best of Adobe and Erik Spiekermann revive lost type sets

The legendary Bauhaus school of design only operated for 14 years before being closed due to pressure from the Nazi regime. Yet the Bauhaus aesthetic had a profound influence on modern graphic design. Now designers can use previously lost Bauhaus type sets specially recreated by Adobe and Erik Spiekermann in …

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The Best of Where design meets food

Food was the theme of the latest edition of thread, a series of creative events in Bristol curated by Fiasco Design. Over the course of the evening, in between trips to the pizza van and making tortillas in mini kitchens, there were three talks about food, design, and how they …

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Design Studio Banner Template is very creative banner that will grab viewer attention because of creative and simple design and animation effects. This banner is most suitable for designing agency, skilled professionals and freelancers. Your designing skills when promoted online will take your business to another level! Download Now

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The Best of Join Glug’s club for great creative deals

Everyone likes a good deal, and if you’re after some great deals that can help you in your design career then there’s a new free platform that can sort you right out. 6 sure-fire ways to build your creative network Glug Club is a brand new initiative from Glug, one …

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The Best of The 10 commandments of typography

Whether you’re an art director, graphic designer working from home or a web designer, getting your typography right is essential if you want to get your message across in the way you, or your client, intended. For an in-depth look at various aspects of typography, check out our typography tutorials. …

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When it launched seven years ago, Port’s proud subtitle – The Intelligent Magazine For Men – seemed a reasonable qualifier. In the trashy, dying days of Loaded and Maxim, the qualification made sense. But arriving in a #metoo culture wary of tainted male celebrity, the (assumed) gender exclusivity of PORT …

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The Best of New film tells the story of Canadian graphic design

Having raised almost $100,000 on Kickstarter – nearly $20,000 over its target – Design Canada, a documentary about the history of Canadian graphic design, is premiering this summer. It’s five years since Greg Durrell, who is a partner at Hulse & Durrell, and his collaborators Jessica Edwards and Gary Hustwit …

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The Best of Meet the stars of design in Birmingham

Birmingham is a UK city with plenty going for it – more canals than Venice, some amazing architecture and a young, multicultural population. But unless you lived there, it’s not somewhere you might automatically associate with design. How to organise a conference However that’s about to change with the launch …

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