The new Printed Pages is here and is celebrating the (imminent) centenary of the hugely influential Bauhaus. The legacy of this iconic art school is kept alive by the new identity work being created by Sasha Loeb (Pentagram) for the Bauhaus Archiv, and some of the 600 glyphs created make up these three glorious covers. Elsewhere in this always excellent round up of the last 6 month's best creative work you'll find Eike Konig's 'After School Club', a selection of Fela Kuti album covers created by Lemi Ghariokwu, Alex Prager's hyper-real staged cinematic photography and the best emerging talent from this year's graduates from across the globe.
Printed Pages is a bi-annual edit of all the best art, illustration, graphic design and photography to have been highlighted by the It's Nice That team in the last 6 months. Yes, that means 240 pages of beautifully printed eye candy.
Those covers whose colours are contemporary updates of the iconic Bauhaus red, blue and yellow.