Germany/1920s/New Objectivity/August Sander is the somewhat awkward title of a mammoth exhibition at the Centre Pompidou. Bringing together some 900 works of painting, photography, architecture, design and film, this is the first panoramic overview of the New Objectivity movement in France.
The exhibition Joost Swarte Overal/Everywhere at the Kunsthal Rotterdam presents a selection from the work Swarte has produced over the past fifty years: from his first ventures into comics to his recent work for The New Yorker and an album celebrating the artists of De Stijl.
RAYGUN: The Bible of Music & Style, compiles the best covers, fashion shoots and interviews from the magazine's 8-year history.
I just spent an hour or so browsing through Graphic Design Visionaries, a fascinating new book from Laurence King Publishing. It features profiles of 75 of the world’s greatest graphic designers (or design studio).
As of today I am one of the lucky owners of a copy of The Floating World (Ukiyo-e) by graphic designer John Warwicker.
The Jean-Paul Goude retrospective at the Musée des Arts décoratifs in Paris is one of the most inspiring exhibitions I've seen in a while.
The opening credit sequence from Enter the Void is awesome.
I just had to have it. It's a great collection of contemporary illustration.
A fascinating documentary about graphic design and typography on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Helvetica.
When was the last time you laughed at a chair? That you thought, now that's a funny chair? Chairs don't really have a reputation for being funny.