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Inside Computer Arts issue 245
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- Senior designer Kirsty Whittaker explains how NB Studio (opens in new tab) combined eight generations of apple expertise in a new identity for Aspall cider
- Why Pentagram (opens in new tab)'s Harry Pearce used his own blood to create a visceral visual treatment to mark 70 years since the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
- Behind the scenes on Radim Malinic (opens in new tab)'s stunning 3D-printed numerals
- Hey Studio (opens in new tab)'s Veronica Fuerte explores whether the Tokyo logo fiasco was a witchhunt
- The month's very best new graphic design, animation and motion work from around the world, and more
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