Sarah Milton pulls apart familiar typography using origami to make prints.
Anyone with an interest in album artwork, design and music could do far worse than to head to new event Cover Club next week.
New work to go on show in east London from designers working in screen-printing.
Back in 2012, the beautiful drawing publication Le Petit Néant was launched by two Royal College of Art students looking to celebrate the art of drawing.
A new exhibition of prints by Michael Craig-Martin explores the objects that sum up ‘our time’.
The fashion, art and music title will go bimonthly with a new ‘clean, modern look’.
MuirMcNeil has released a set of four new parametric typefaces – and demonstrated their use with an accompanying series of posters.
Uniting designers from Manchester and Barcelona, designer Dave Sedgwick is gearing up for round two of BCNMCR – a showcase of design talent from the two cities.
This year’s event features critter-creation with Gemma Correll and a special appearance from the author of The Tiger Who Came to Tea.
Kemistry Gallery is exhibiting a set of 1960s Polish film posters collected by Ken Sequin.
We spoke to Throup about his innovative portraiture for Albarn’s first solo record, Everyday Robots.
Office of Craig Oldham has created D&AD’s 2014 New Blood Awards campaign, working around the idea of the ‘New Blood journey’.
The north and south of England have been united through the power of design, thanks to a beautiful lettering project in Manchester.
The term ‘master’ isn’t one to be used lightly, but in describing album artwork creators Storm Thorgerson and Aubrey Powell, it seems rather fitting.
As well as blank pages, the sketchbooks provide useful information for those in design, art direction and fashion.