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Monotype returns to The Recorder

First published in 1902, Monotype's magazine The Recorder has just been relaunched with a new look and a new focus: the wider role that typography and type design play in contemporary visual culture. Designed by Luke Tongue of LIFE Agency, the first issue features a range of bold typographic layouts and illustrations from the likes of Neasden Control Centre (above)...

Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2014

David Titlow has won the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2014, with a photograph capturing his nine-moth old son Konrad being introduced to a dog. Here are this year's winners and other highlights from the competition...

Festival of Marketing 2014: Harry Dromey, 'mischief champion' at Paddy Power on the brand's marketing

Harry Dromey, 'mischief champion' at Paddy Power just gave an enjoyably sweary talk at the Festival of Marketing about the brand's many ways of grabbing attention...

CR Club: Letterpress at the RCA

We had a great turn out for our first CR Club event at the Royal College of Art last night, which featured a talk by letterpress legend Alan Kitching and a tour of the GraphicsRCA show from curator Adrian Shaughnessy. Thank you to everyone who made it along...

Festival of Marketing 2014: So, did the ITV rebrand work?

Eighteen months on from the launch of its major rebrand, ITV's group marketing and research director Rufus Radcliffe talks to CR about what it has achieved for the broadcaster

Festival of Marketing 2014: How Lego uses social media

Lego's global director of social media Lars Silberbauer gave a talk at the Festival of Marketing in London today explaining how the company uses social media to engage with consumers around the world.

Robert Heinecken: Lessons In Posing Subjects

US artist Robert Heinecken rose to prominence in the late 60s, creating photo collages that explored questions of sexuality and consumerism. His work often proved controversial during his lifetime but is being reappraised now in a series of exhibitions, including a show at the Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool. Show More Summary

Collector's Edition: the cover bomb series

Artists, designers and musicians including Stanley Donwood, Wayne Coyne, Nick Cave and Robert ‘3D’ del Naja have ‘cover bombed’ copies of limited edition packaging book Collector’s Edition. The one-off designs will be auctioned online by author Stuart Tolley to raise money for The Alzheimer’s Society.

Weapons of Reason: the little mag tackling some big issues

Creative agency Human After All has launched a free magazine in partnership with D&AD which aims to encourage debate around global issues from climate change to conflict.

Crafts Council launches Education Manifesto

The Crafts Council has today launched a new education manifesto urging schools to put craft and making at the heart of the curriculum and build more routes into craft careers.

Win Christmas with Mulberry

Forget all the sentimental guff issuing forth from other retailers, adam&eveDDB's Mulberry spot gets to the heart of the true meaning of Christmas – presents

Exposure: Photographer Kate Peters

Art director Gemma Fletcher examines the work of photographer Kate Peters, in the first installment of a series looking at new talent in photography, from recent graduates to photographers breaking into the commercial world.

A celebration of print by Mark Vessey

There's something indescribably appealing about collections of old books and magazines, as these photographs by Mark Vessey prove...

Love and penguins in the new John Lewis Christmas ad

There is a nip in the London morning air at last, and with the release of the new John Lewis Christmas ad, it feels like the countdown to the festive season is beginning...

New designs from Marina Willer, Atlas, A+B, Lucienne Roberts & more

Our latest pick of impressive new design work features Marina Willer's colourful identity for creative space Second Home, branding for MMK and Barcelona's Design Museum and graphics for exhibitions Women Fashion Power and Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Women Fashion Power

LPA Student Challenges 2014/15

The LPA Student Challenges are back, helping student photographers transition into the professional world and offering prizes including practical advice, industry experience and a taste of life as a photographer.

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