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Fornarina launches Hughes's "Gotham Girls" DC Comics range
Based on the famous DC Comics characters Harley Quinn, Batgirl and Poison Ivy, Italian fashion label Fornarina's new womenswear range sports Hughes's characteristic interpretations.

See the range here.

The gloves are off - Hughes 'lightboxes' at Veer
Ringside seats here

'Yesterday's Tomorrows' Book Signing
Rian Hughes will be signing copies of Yesterday's Tomorrows at Forbidden Planet, 179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H 8JR on Thursday 23rd August 2007 from 6-7pm.
To order signed copies call 020 7803 1900.

The new Spirit logo
Veteran letterer and Eisner-award winner Todd Klein discusses Hughes's new Spirit logo, currently gracing Darwyn Cooke's gorgeous reboot, over at his blog: Todd's Blog

Design Week magazine
Yolanda Zappaterra talks to Hughes about Dan Dare, font design, illustration and upcoming projects in "Back to the Future", featured on the cover of Design Week, volume 22 number 28, 12 July 2007.


Limited Edition art cards
A sneak preview of the art cards available as part of the limited edition of Yesterday's Tomorrows, available exclusively from Forbidden Planet International.
Forbidden Planet International's ordering information and site
Embossed hardback available from Amazon


Novum magazine
Hughes features in "The simple joy of creation", an overview in the July issue of Germany's Novum magazine. Dual language English/German text.


Newsarama interview
Michael C. Lorah asks the questions.
Newsarama.com

Forbidden Planet interview
Part One of an extensive interview with Rian can be seen at the Forbidden Planet International site, where he discusses influences, his early career, hairy arses and more. Features unseen paintings, rare photographs and shots of invoices. Really.
Forbidden Planet International blog

Brown chooses Paralucent
Device: the choice of World Leaders. The next Prime Minister knows his fonts - Gordon Brown gives a news conference following confirmation that he will become Labour leader.




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