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Anthony Burrill + Alan Kitching = colourful letterpress joy

March 22nd, 2019|

What happens when two of today’s brightest stars in letterpress get together? Joy, that’s what! Yup, it’s Anthony Burrill and Alan Kitching, who’ve worked together on a new print entitled Joy. The poster was created in a limited run of 100, with each poster printed by hand. This is the first collaboration between the two artists, and you can almost feel the titular Joy just in the behind-the-scenes images here. Sure, the digital world is [...]

The ultimate guide to the UK and Ireland’s best creative conferences and festivals in 2019

March 22nd, 2019|

As creatives, we're constantly hungry for inspiration, tips and insight to help us improve our craft. It's why we're happy to fork out our hard-earned cash on special events or workshops. But it's the annual conferences or festivals that get us the most excited. Those one or two-day events crammed full of talks from some of the world's best designers, artists and makers that give us a renewed dose of creative energy. Besides, it's always [...]

In and Out of Andy Warhol’s Orbit: Compelling and intimate photographs by Nat Finkelstein

March 22nd, 2019|

In and Out of Warhol’s Orbit: Photographs by Nat Finkelstein is a compelling and intimate exhibition revealing the complex characters behind the well-documented tensions and hedonism of Andy Warhol’s studio. The photojournalist spent three years as the house photographer at the Silver Factory, documenting this fascinating and pivotal moment of cultural history in 1960s America. He captured the many artists, producers and musicians who frequented the infamous Factory at the height of its prominence. In [...]

Money-losing companies that went public in 2018 did better than profitable ones

March 22nd, 2019|Comments Off on Money-losing companies that went public in 2018 did better than profitable ones

That says more about the market than the companies. Public investors are doing something counterintuitive: They’re valuing unprofitable companies higher than they are profitable ones that entered public stock exchanges last year. Those are the findings from a new PitchBook report on the stock performance [...]

Apple’s plan for its new TV service: Sell other people’s TV services

March 22nd, 2019|Comments Off on Apple’s plan for its new TV service: Sell other people’s TV services

Apple’s TV plans, explained. (Spoiler: Apple isn’t taking on Netflix yet.) After years of circling the TV business, Apple is finally ready to make its big splash: On Monday it will unveil its new video strategy, along with some of the new big-budget TV shows [...]

Facebook employees had access to private passwords for hundreds of millions of people

March 22nd, 2019|Comments Off on Facebook employees had access to private passwords for hundreds of millions of people

Nobody at Facebook actually did anything with your password. As far as we know. Another week, another Facebook privacy disaster. This time, it turns out Facebook was storing the personal passwords for hundreds of millions of Facebook users unencrypted on the company servers, according to [...]

Recode Daily: The EU is fining Google €1.5 billion for breaching antitrust rules

March 22nd, 2019|Comments Off on Recode Daily: The EU is fining Google €1.5 billion for breaching antitrust rules

Plus: Instagram’s big opportunity in shopping, Uber expands its freight service to Europe, and Australian telecom companies ban 4chan and other sites for hosting Christchurch shooting videos. Google is in trouble again with the European Union. In a press conference Wednesday morning, EU Commissioner Margrethe [...]