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Hope to Nope In-Depth

In this collection of interviews, the Design Museum speaks to some of the visual artists featured in the Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008-18 exhibition about their design stories, challenges and aspirations.

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Edel Rodriguez

The first in a series of interviews with the artists and designers exhibiting at Hope to Nope. Cuban-born visual artist, Edel Rodriguez shares his story.

Shepard Fairey

The second in a series of interviews with the artists and designers exhibiting at Hope to Nope. The Design Museum's curator, Margaret Cubbage, speaks to American contemporary artist, Shepard Fairey

Milton Glaser

The third in a series of interviews with the artists and designers exhibiting at Hope to Nope. Rebecca Wright co-founder of GraphicDesign&. speaks to one of the most celebrated graphic designers in the United States, Milton Glaser.

Marwan Shahin

The fourth in a series of interviews with the artists and designers exhibiting at Hope to Nope. Egyptian artist, Marwan Shahin, shares his design journey.

This Ain't Rock'n'Roll

The fifth in a series of interviews with the artists and designers exhibiting at Hope to Nope. The Design Museum speaks to "This Ain't Rock'n'Roll", the designers behind Brixton Pound/Brixtopia.

Ivan Cash and Andy Dao

The sixth in a series of interviews with the artists and designers exhibiting at Hope to Nope. The Design Museum speaks to artist Ivan Cash and art director Andy Dao about Occupy George.

Nathaniel Lawlor, Andy Dao, Jon Barco and Bryan Denman

The seventh in a series of interviews with the artists and designers exhibiting at Hope to Nope: The Design Museum speaks to the design team behind the animatronic fortune-telling Trump machine.

Make Data Great Again: 24 hours of Donald Trump data

Audience intelligence firm Pulsar create data visualisations which uncover the impact of social media conversations around global political leaders. In this blog post, discover the data behind 24 hours of Trump on Twitter.