Device Type, design and imagery by Rian Hughes


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Q magazine relaunches with Ministry
Hughes' digitisation and extenstion of the Ministry of Transport font from 1933, originally designed by Hubert Llewellyn Smith, J. G. West and David Kindersley, is the font of choice for Q magazine's relaunch.

Hughes at the ICA, London
Coinciding with the release of Yesterdays Tomorrows: Three graphic novelists offer glimpses into the future of the form: in Exit Wounds, Rutu Modan of Tel Aviv collective Actus unfolds the traumas of an Israeli son whose father may have been the victim of a suicide bombing; a dream-logic fills Polish-born Andrzej Klimowski's imagery in new book Horace Dorlan; Philip Marlowe and Dan Dare are re-imagined by British designer Rian Hughes in Yesterday's Tomorrows.
Supported by Faber, Jonathan Cape and Knockabout.
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Device Fonts available as rubber stamps
For those with a craft attitude to their typography, or those just too lo-tech to use a computer (How are you reading this?) "Chase" is now available as a stamp set from the nice people at Green Grass Stamps. Get inky.

Green Grass Stamps site

Spice Hughes
Hughes has signed to illustrate former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell's new series of books. Ugenia Lavender will be published between May to October 2008 by Macmillan. Hughes had previously designed the promo sleeve for "Mi Chico Latino", a solo Halliwell release, in 1999.

Territory Magazine
Issue 5 of Malaysia's coolest design and illustration magazine is themed "Japan Fever", and sports a Hughes cover and six pages featuring new illustration and type design work.
Big Bros Workshop

Yesterday's Tomorrows
Released in June 2007 - a collection of Hughes' comic strip work, all of which is long out of print. Includes collaborations with Grant Morrison (Dare, Really and Truly) Raymond Chandler and Tom DeHaven (Goldfish), the Science Service and more. Also available as limited slipcased edition of 350, with a set of art cards, exclusive to Forbidden Planet International.

Forbidden Planet International's ordering information and site

Swallow 3
Now out! The talented Ashley Wood edits Swallow 3 - 300 pages of illustration from IDW Publishing. Each artist's section features up to 30 pages of full colour images, the way ensemble art books should be. Issue 3's artists are: Barron Storey, Ilana Kohn, Ted Mckeever, Rian Hughes, Jeremy Geddes, Robh Ruppel, David Choe, Frank Stockton, Jock, James Jean, Andrew Robinson, Greg Staples, Uwe Heidschoetter, Ronnie Del Carmen, Sean Phillips, Louie Del Carmen, Glyn Dillon, Duncan Fegredo.

The Secret Life of Logos
Leslie Cabarga's new book goes behind the scenes to show the developement of several Device logos for DC Comics, Tokyo Project and more.

Launch of the new Device website
Browse all the new Device fonts, try them out in our new live preview, and purchase online. Device now accepts credit cards through Paypal. View the new galleries of logo design, photography and illustration. Visit the shop. Discuss illustration and design in the Forum, and let us know what you think. [11/06]

New Device Font releases
Go to "New font releases" at the right to view the brand new Collection 9, "Dirty Science". [11/06]

© Device/Rian Hughes 2006-2014 | Website: Gary Newby | Last Update: 01 August 2021