Part legacy, part infinite library: how an artist’s hidden world became a prismatic generator of possible artworks.
The Lit is coming, and we want to collaborate with artists.
Some pockets of the world are stranger than others, and more lessons learned from a temporary village green...
Inspired by friends' projects and the power of print, this issue we're recommending you get the downlow from your own doorstep.
When will we reach the singularity? What will the future look like? What's the universe made of? Sometimes client work takes us to some mind-bending places. Here are some of the gems we've stumbled across in our research...
What helps you create? Whether it’s writing, drawing, shooting or even whittling, for so many of us, music makes the world go round. In fact, we couldn’t imagine working without it. Fascinated by how other creative souls get stuff done, we decided to unpick this causal connection by speaking to different creators about their practice, process and how music fuels their fire.
From the laptops and notebooks of our League of Strangers, beautiful things are growing. Take a look at Bloom.
Get inspiration for our upcoming book swap with Wyl Menmuir's podcast recommendation
A list of parts, props and inspirations. We peer inside Emily Juniper's studio to discover the wonderful world of bookbinding.
Tapping, clicking, scribbling and scratching. We take a moment away from the keyboard to ask if it's changing our writing – and if that's a bad thing.
This month's viewing suggestion comes courtesy of the occasional League of Strangers' studio-wide existential crisis.