• Neo-Romantic Art Gala raises £1.2m for NSPCC

    Sir Michael Caine, Zaha Hadid and more, gather to raise money for the children's charity

  • In memory of Jules Wright (1948-2015)

    A personal reflection from Vicky Richardson, editor of Blueprint 2004-2010, and Tim Abrahams's behind the scenes with Jules Wright on the Wapping Project 2009.

  • Review – Le Corbusier: Mesures de l’homme

    Cate St Hill visits two exhibitions in Paris on the great Swiss-born architect – a major retrospective at the Pompidou and another divided between two small, intimate galleries on the Left Bank

  • Batman, reworked

    Celebrities and designers reimagine the Batman's iconic Cape and Cowl in WB Games and Monika Projects's limited-time-only exhibition

  • 2015 Serpentine Pavilion unveiled

    Serpentine Galleries celebrates the 15th anniversary of the Pavilion commission with Spanish artists Selgascano.

  • FX drawing competition showcases talent

    Celebrating visual talent we have in our industry for drawing, the FX Magazine drawing competition, in association with Ecophon, closed on Sunday 31 May and received close to 300 entries.

  • Can Of Coke: The men behind the madness

    The pillow fight that lead to a multi-million dollar piece of artwork. Read the exclusive interview with the Tinker Brothers who transformed a standard Coca-Cola can into potentially the world’s most expensive work of art…

  • Drawing a Line – Alexander McQueen’s drawings

    As the major exhibition on the iconic work of British fashion designer and couturier Alexander McQueen, Savage Beauty, opens at the V&A, here we publish some of McQueen’s conceptual sketches and republish an essay by the director of the Sir John Soane’s Museum, Abraham Thomas. It appears with 27 other essays in the show’s catalogue book.

  • FX Drawing Competition

    Call for entries to FX's drawing competition in association with Ecophon