Cardiff-born, Bristol-based printmaker Molly Goldwater presents a series of new works in her birth city.
Illustrator and artist Leonie Lachlan is undertaking a printmaking residency at the Brutalist east London tower before its renovation.
A fascinating new ICA show uncovers Arab pop culture through film posters and other printed ephemera.
A round-up of this week’s news in brief.
The second edition of Les Jones’s personalised magazine is released.
London’s Kemistry Gallery presents the first UK show dedicated to ‘the Saul Bass of Germany’.
The university says it is looking to roster consultancies ‘of varying size and specialism’ to the creative design framework.
M&C Saatchi has created a series of posters for Transport for London, looking to encourage Londoners to explore new areas and experiences in the capital.
Royal Mail is issuing a postmark dedicated to designer Abram Games, launching to mark the centenary of his birth.
NoBrow has published another beautiful addition to its series of Leporello books, this time taking on the lofty topic of ‘the highest mountains and deepest caves of our planet’.
Uniform has created a print annual for online quarterly cycling title Spin Cycle.
Praline has designed the catalogue for the Barbican’s new Digital Revolution exhibition, creating five different covers using key images from the show.
New RCA book shows 'a vivid overview of changing attitudes and approaches to art and design in Britain in an age of considerable flux’
This year’s RCA students are following in the revered footsteps of their forebears, launching a new publication of the ARK magazine that ran from 1950 to 1978.
A ‘tropicana-themed paradise’ is promised next weekend, thanks to the inaugural installment of The London Illustration Fair’s Summer Festival.
Furniture company Wormhole Design has teamed up with printmaker Paul Catherall for a lovely new London exhibition.