Rian interviewed on Tales from Beyond Science Newsarama
Updates to Illustration, Logo and Design sections of the website
A major selection of new work has been added - logo designs for DC Comics' 52 relaunch, Marvel, night club, CD and book cover designs.
Typography Sketch Books features Rian's type and logo design sketches
Nearly 120 of the world's leading typographers and graphic designers open up their private sketchbooks to reveal their creative processes. Edited by Steven Heller and Lita Talarico. Thames and Hudson
Rian contributes to Nelson anthology
A 54-strong army of creators are behind Nelson, a 250 page graphic novel with all profits going to Shelter. Blank Slate
Rian at the Typographic Circle
Rian will be giving a new talk at JWT for the Typographic Circle, discussing his lettering and logo designs for clients such as Marvel Comics (X-Men) and DC Comics (Batman), and the genesis of some of his most popular fonts. The Typographic Circle
"Wilful Eclecticism": Rian to speak at Typo London Typo London
Tales From Beyond Science comic collection announced from Image Comics
"Image Comics presents an outrageously pulpy collection of mystery and suspense short stories all drawn by Rian Hughes (YESTERDAY'S TOMORROWS) and written by some of Britain's finest comic writers, including Mark Millar (Kick Ass and Wanted), Alan McKenzie (The Harrison Ford Story) and John Smith (Devin Waugh), all together in one oversized hardcover. This volume features new material specially drawn by Rian for this volume." Forbidden Planet blog USA Today
Follow Hilary Tremayne on eight surreal journeys into the unknown, and discover the truth behind the mysteries of spontaneous human combustion, the Bermuda Triangle, the lost thirteenth month, and the real reason men have nipples.
Designs for Music published
Hans Lijklema presents CDs, concert posters and other music-related work designed by 25 artists from around the world. The book contains interviews with a number of artists - such as Rian Hughes (Device), Jorge Alderete, Invisible Creature and Andersen M Studio - about their work and their relation with music. On Amazon
Rian contributes a Dare page to the London Transport Museum's new exhibition, Sense and the City
Sense and the City explores past visions of the future and how emerging technologies will change the way we access and experience London.