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The myth and reality of Troy

07 May, 2020

Troy is a city of the imagination, as much as an archaeological fact. A new show at the British Museum explores the Trojan myths and truths that have captivated us for more than 3,000 years.

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Rediscovering Vogue's Jessica Daves

07 Apr, 2020

Author Rebecca Tuite explores the life and times of the under-appreciated Jessica Daves, one of only seven editors-in-chief of American 'Vogue', whose legacy has been ignored—until now.

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Peter Dawson on 'Type Directory'

30 Apr, 2020

We talked to Peter Dawson, author, designer and former board member of the International Society of Typographic Designers, about how typography affects the way we interact.

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Five need-to-know facts about the movement that shocked 19th century French society.

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A Cold War Steve's Progress

15 Nov, 2019

In his own words Cold War Steve reflects on his journey from Twitter to 'Time Magazine'.

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Charles Booth’s 'Poverty Maps' were an unprecedented street-by-street document of London living conditions. More than a century later, this remarkable survey still reveals much about inequality in the capital.

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A large-format, signed Collector’s Edition of this literary and artistic meditation on the theme of night travel from two of our greatest contemporary creative talents.

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Just in time for Brexit, is the sequel to the Sunday Times bestselling 'Cold War Steve Presents... The Festival of Brexit'.

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John Galliano for Dior

07 May, 2020

Soak in the drama, glamour and wild imagination of Galliano's Dior shows in our photo essay.

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