Tag: design

The Guardian festival blog: The big picture: the highs of Woodstock | Art and design

Throughout the Woodstock music festival, which celebrates its 50th anniversary later this month, concert-goers scaled 70ft sound towers to get a better look at what was happening on stage. Depending on your view, this was either “insanely dangerous”, as production coordinator John Morris described it in Woodstock: An Oral History – the towers weren’t set […]

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The Guardian festival blog: Buy a classic Guardian photograph: dawn at Glastonbury festival, June 2017 | Art and design

Dawn breaks at Glastonbury festival’s stone circle in June 2017, as captured by the Guardian photographer David Levene. The early-morning mist mingles with smoke, and Levene’s wide-angle shot captures the crowd – some in semi-silhouette – who had climbed the hill in the early hours to watch the sunrise and take in the views over […]

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NME Festival blog: Twenty One Pilots are asking fans to design their next set of tour posters

The band’s upcoming live dates in Mexico, Canada, and the United States are in need of “unique fan art” Twenty One Pilots are asking their fans to submit designs for their next set of tour posters as part of a new competition. Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun will continue the Bandito Tour throughout 2019, and to […]

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The Guardian festival blog: Sketches of festival life – in pictures | Art and design

Earlier this month, London-based artist Joey Yu headed to Field Day, a two-day music festival held in south London’s Brockwell Park, to record the action with crayons, pencils and paper. Commissioned by design website It’s Nice That, she documented the musicians, including Erykah Badu, Princess Nokia and Loyle Carner, as well as the fans singing […]

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