Tag Archives: “graphic design”

The Power of Print

We’ve been digging out some of our magazines, zines and journals from the archives to display, inspired by the current exhibition ‘Print! Tearing It Up’ at Somerset House, which explores the history of British independent magazine publishing. We have many … Continue reading

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The Met Museum adds thousands of copyright free images online

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has released thousands of its works of art online to the public domain, in a new ‘Open Access’ initiative, in collaboration with Creative Commons (a non-profit organisation that aims to promote the … Continue reading

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Artists and Archives talks in January

January sees a couple of interesting talks coming up at BFI and Tate Britain libraries about artists and archives: BFI Reuben Library, Monday 15th January, 18:30 The Artist in the Archive and the Library + Q&A with Luke Fowler Turner … Continue reading

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London International Animation Festival

This week sees the London International Animation Festival take place at the Barbican, and the Horse Hospital, it finishes on Sunday but plenty to see and do until then! You can see a collection of the best music videos featuring … Continue reading

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Graphic Design

The Wellcome Collection’s current exhibition ‘Can Graphic Design Save Your Life?’ explores the relationship between graphic design and health. The Wellcome Collection  is a free museum and library exploring health, life and our place in the world on Euston Road in … Continue reading

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200,000 design objects digitised by the Smithsonian Design Museum

And more to come! The Smithsonian Design Museum, also known as Cooper Hewitt, in New York has digitised a staggering 200,000 objects from its collection which can be viewed online. How do you start to use such a huge online … Continue reading

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Russian Revolution

2017 is the centenary of the Russian Revolution, and has seen numerous exhibitions and events commemorating this extraordinary period in history. “The Russian Revolution stretched from February to October 1917 (Julian calendar), and it was one of the most significant … Continue reading

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CASS Summer Show

Cass students from a variety of disciplines will take part in the CASS Summer Show 2017 and will display their showcases in Central House from: Friday 23 June – Saturday 8 July 2017 The opening hours will be: Mon-Fri: 10am – … Continue reading

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Paolozzi and Pop

We are lucky enough to be based just around the corner from the fantastic Whitechapel Gallery, who are currently hosting a fabulous exhibition by Eduardo Paolozzi the ‘godfather of pop’. Earlier this year his famous mosaics at Tottenham Court Road … Continue reading

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Talwin Morris on VADS database

VADS (Visual Arts Data Service) is the online resource for visual arts, and they have just launched one of the world’s largest collections of Art Nouveau designs for book covers by Talwin Morris. The collection is held by Glasgow School of Art … Continue reading

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