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The Man who draws Gorillaz
When Gorillaz was founded in 1998, Jamie Hewlett set about creating an entire fictional universe for the band's four members. We stepped inside his mind to talk art, obsession and pine trees...
Berlin's black birds
Egyptian photographer and World Press Photo nominee Heba Khamis discusses her project documenting male prostitutes, mostly refugees, working in Berlin's Tiergarten park...
Caroline Walker would walk around London between 5 and 7pm, as the working day was winding down. She would take photos of women going about their jobs, which she would later turn into serene, quiet paintings...
What do you see?
During the summer of 2011, Japanese photographer Hayahisa Tomiyasu started to observe a ping-pong table from his bedroom window. As he began to take pictures of it, he realised it was used for everything but ping-pong...
The art of the trial
Paola Palerari dives deep into the world of courtroom art, and unpacks the illustrations that capture the likeness and emotions of the people in intense situations on the stand...
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Breaking The Circle
Samba is a staple of the Brazilian cultural landscape, but there has never been a space in the scene for the country’s women. Tobias Nathan captures the climate as this begins to change...
The Louis Vuitton artistic director talks to Gilles Peterson about his career, his heroes, and his musical obsession...
Violin-playing, mandolin-strumming singer Sudan Archives is making a name for herself in LA, beautifully captured by photographer Kayla Reefer...
In conversation with the man who draws Gorillaz
Jamie Hewlett is the visual mind behind the word's most famous animated band. Here's why he loves pine trees, hates computers and won't talk to his hero in his local cafe...
On the road with King Krule
The south London singer collaborates with amazing visual talent on his videos. As part of a three-part series, he talks going on tour and getting drunk on a plane with filmmaker Charlotte Patmore...
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Take a walk down York Boulevard
York Boulevard’s most standout personality trait is its mundanity. That’s why Hugo Rocci chose to recreate it.
Combining science with typography
Find yourself someone who can do both. Like Khyati Trehan and her alphabet of scientific discoveries that mixes innovative typography with the world’s greatest inventions.
Where do you wish you were?
Joanne Ho would always rather be by the sea, or beside a swimming pool, or beneath a waterfall. These are the locations she depicts in her playful illustrations.
The Hilda creator, interviewed by a superfan (10)
Luke Pearson's comic creation Hilda has been a massive global hit. Now with her own Netflix series, we sent a ten-year-old fan to dig into Luke's mind and work.
We all want to live in Manshen Lo's world
Born in China but now living and working in London, the image-maker has a knack for making quiet work that stays long in the memory.
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