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Art Club

Art Club

Every week, The Verge’s designers, photographers, and illustrators gather to share the work of artists who inspire us. Now we’re turning our Art Club into an interview series in which we catch up with the artists and designers we admire and find out what drives them.

Procreate 5X adds new filters and a handy reference companion view

Behind the scenes of our Microsoft Surface Duo intro shot

How to change your font in Slack

Using lasers and glass to make practical psychedelic scenes with Lewie Wilkinson

These are not 3D renders!

Microsoft Flight Simulator’s re-creations of macOS wallpapers look just as good

Run The Jewels release 3D model of their iconic logo for remix contest

Magic: The Gathering embraces punk aesthetics for its latest limited time drop

WindowSwap lets you cycle through picturesque views from all over the world

The visual storytelling of Run The Jewels

The Far Side returns after 25 years, and it’s all digital

33 powerful Black Lives Matter murals

Artists have turned boarded-up businesses into powerful Black Lives Matter art

The healing power of Black art

Zoom in style in a sci-fi ship decimating coronavirus particles

Perry Bible Fellowship’s Nicholas Gurewitch on making comics for the internet’s golden age

Inside the Oh Sees’ year-long effort to put their albums on 8-track box sets

We visited the studio that puts high-tech fashion on Billy Porter and Janelle Monáe

The artist putting tiny Kirby, waffles, and SpongeBob on your mechanical keyboard

Beeple on creating a zombie Mark Zuckerberg and flesh-eating Baby Yoda to examine the times

2019: A year in The Verge illustrations

Sci-fi futures, toxic cultures, and scooter wars

Taco Bell’s creative director on building up a cult brand

Making weird go viral with Hi Stranger creator Kirsten Lepore

How Keith Rankin balances illustration with owning an indie record label

How Ommy Akhe makes her ultra-cool Instagram AR filters

How Joker’s gritty logo was created with wood type letterpress

Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya’s Community of Microbes: a celebration of color and science

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Photographer Richard Parry shows the innovation of consumer tech from the inside out

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How artist Meyoco built an online business with pastel florals and magical girls

How Blake Kathryn pulls futuristic 3D dreamscapes from her subconscious

How we created the opening shot of our iPhone 11 Pro review

George Mager’s bouncy, multilingual world uses script as design

Tom Hegen’s aerial photography captures the human impact on natural landscapes

How Team Rolfes uses motion capture suits to create wild interactive experiences