Here’s a great piece of design for a play that I saw recently at the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh. The play was called Kill Johnny Glendenning, and the only way to describe it is if Quentin Tarantino had been brought up in Glasgow. It is brilliant!
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Before CMYK, I worked at Scotland on Sunday newspaper as the design editor. One of my favourite parts about the job was getting to work with some super-talented illustrators. Sadly, not something you see a lot of in newspapers in general. Here’s a great front page from 1995, when Spectrum was a broadsheet (as opposed
Only just realised that it’s 50 years since coronation day. At last! Now I can show you this newspaper that’s been tucked away almost exactly that length of time.
The tabloid newspaper has received a bit of attention among magazine designers lately as a result of the Things our friends have written on the internet project. We’ve received our copy (hand numbered as 690 of 1000) and have to admit it’s a really rather splendid thing as well as a brilliant reminder of the
Although not normally a Metro reader, I happened to pick up a copy on the bus this morning and was pleasantly surprised to find it’s had a bit of a facelift. It’s a pretty good job too – the changes are subtle and the identity of the paper remains intact but it’s a good deal