During its run the beautiful Blitz magazine showcased the glamourous, outlandish style of Britain’s turbulent 1980s.
Pearlfisher’s book features playful graphic treatments of some inspiring messages.
Everyone’s favourite barometer of ‘dos’ and ‘don’ts’ is set to hold an exhibition of its brilliant illustrations.
New book One Thing I Know is packed full of useful advice for young, creative entrepreneurs.
The new range has been designed to be ‘sexy and more collectable’.
Illustrator Johanna Basford has created her own ‘secret garden’ in the form of an illustration and colouring-in book.
The latest releases in the Antique Collectors Club’s Design series look at two key figures of post-war British design.
Rick Poynor’s 2003 survey of Postmodernism in graphic design is being reissued in a new mini format.
If the best way to overcome fear is to confront it then Hat-Trick’s new book should be on the prescription list for psychiatrists everywhere.
A collection of Tom Gauld’s brilliant Guardian Review cartoons.
A celebration of ‘the world’s manliest males in typography.’
If you’re a BIG Mario Testino fan with £450 to spare, then this latest release from Taschen will be right up your street.
The cover of Ruth Ozeki’s A Tale for the Time Being comes to life with Blippar technology.
All 16 pan-London titles are being brought under the same brand.
My Brother’s Book is the final book by Where the Wild Things Are author Maurice Sendak.