Tomás Saraceno's wildly inventive spider web's been given an extra lease of life at Kunstsammlung, Dusseldorf, so you've still got time to get caught up in it.
The Lines Are Drawn: Ellie Walker
Our third installment of The Lines Are Drawn comes from the Edinburgh-based illustrator Ellie Walker whose zine "Hands Together" engaged adults with learning disabilites in the name of illustration.
Usefulness and Unusefulness
Expect “visionaries, experimenters, poets and pirates” at the Palais de Tokyo next month.
Sriracha, Everyone's Favourite Condiment
CEO and founder of Huy Fong Foods, David Tran, walks a camera crew from everyone's favourite lifestyle website through the production process behind everyone's favourite condiment.
Saint Laurent x Bruce Conner
Saint Laurent have produced a series of tees designed in collaboration with Bruce Conner's estate - they feature some of the grim, apocalyptic collages and abstract motifs that Conner was famous for before he died in 200
The Lines Are Drawn: Edward Cheverton
Portraying playful, rounded characters on oddly shaped and coloured pages, Edward Cheverton's latest zine initially appears to fit in the same niche as his other work.
Kinfolk Bicycles - Frame Builder Osamu Fukuda
Kinfolk is famous for its beautiful made-to-order bikes produced over in Japan. In this short film, they talk to master frame builder Osamu Fukuda, who has been putting together bikes for 35 years.
Aaron Draplin's Logo Design Challenge
Aaron Draplin of Draplin Design Co. takes on Lynda.com's logo design challenge, creating a few iterations of a logo for a totally fictional construction company.
Caste Quality On Van Styles
Earlier this year, Caste Quality visited Van Styles for a few days in San Fernando Valley for their "Artisan Series" set of short films.
The Echo Forest By Hamish Robertson
Brand new to Hamish Robertson's Vacation Days site, and definitely on our Christmas list, is The Echo Forest, a limited edition book comprised of 23 photographic representations of California’s Echo Forest.
Comic Book Journalism
Like the 'New Journalists' before them, Didier Lefèvre and Joe Sacco felt the limits of journalism's form. They turned to the graphic novel for help.
A Little Film About Thomas Burden
This week, illustration agency Handsome Frank have put together a lovely, occasionally animated short about Thomas Burden, a 3D illustrator and designer from Chichester.