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Get Lettering book now available to pre-order
"Grab a pen or a brush - or even an inky stick, and prepare to explore the universe of lettering.
Master different styles and effects, explore decorative and fancy type, design signs and posters, and look out for all kinds of inspirational lettering around you. With a little practice, you'll be a master typographer in no time. So - get lettering!"
Amazon

Get Mapmaking book now available to pre-order
"Grab a pen or a pencil and prepare to create treasure maps, underground maps, alien star systems, castles with secret passages, spy maps and even a map of your own room. On the way, you?ll learn about scales, legends, signs and topography. Before long, you'll be a master cartographer expertly mapping new lands. So - get mapmaking!"
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Phono+Graphic: 60 Vinyl Record Covers by 60 Comic Book Artists
Hughes has work featured in an exhibition at Kendal Museum, Kendal, Cumbria, 5th - 20th October 2015
"Phono+Graphic: 60 Vinyl Record Covers by 60 Comic Book Artists,at Kendal Museum October 2015, has been curated by the locally-based, internationally-renowned comics artist Sean Phillips. The exhibition also includes record covers by the likes of acclaimed Batman artist Neal Adams, Judge Dredd artist Brian Bolland, cartoonist Robert Crumb, Gorillaz co-creator Jamie Hewlett and some of this year's Festival guests ? Charlie Adlard, Hunt Emerson, Dave McKean and Phil Winslade."
Publisher's website

Work featured in new "50s Years of Illustration" book
Lawrence Zeegen's new book charts contemporary illustrations rich history: the rampant idealism of the 1960s, the bleak realism of the 1970s, the over-blown consumerism of the 1980s, the digital explosion of the 1990s, followed by the increasing diversification of illustration in the early twenty-first century. The book explores the contexts in which the discipline has operated and looks historically, sociologically, politically and culturally at the key factors at play across each decade, whilst artworks by key illustrators bring the decade to life. Contemporary illustrations impact and influence on design and popular culture are investigated through introductory essays and profiles of leading practitioners, illustrated with examples of their finest work.
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Publisher's website

Rian at Vision Bristol
See if you can scroll through the slides in time to the voiceover
Vision Bristol

A flick-through of '112 Hours' at Grafik
Grafik

A look at the 112 Hours catalogue and Soho Dives, Soho Divas at Eye Magazine
112 Hours - Eye Magazine
Soho Dives, Soho Divas - Eye Magazine
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Hughes writes and draws "Magenta is Not a Colour" strip for Vertigo's new anthology series
"The summer issue of the Vertigo Quarterly is here! It?s MAGENTA, the hot pink sky in your sweltering summer, bringing together comics' most talented writers and artists - both established and new - for an anthology only VERTIGO could deliver."
Publisher's website

"The Multiversity" sets up the future of DC
Rian interviewed about designing Grant Morrison's Map of the Multiverse.
DC Entertainment on YouTube - How Multiversity Sets Up the Future of DC
DC Entertainment on YouTube - Multiversity Easter Eggs Revealed

The Device studio features in Computer Arts issue 233
Computer Arts



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