Mike Perry’s wonderful new book My Mother Caught Me Doodling is a raucous romp of a read.
East London-based illustration agency Rude is celebrating its 15th birthday with a trip to the seaside.
Allen Crawford has spent 2,560 hours creating this beautiful illustrated edition of poet Walt Whitman’s Song of Myself.
The art fair circus is back in London town - here’s a list of what’s going on.
A beautiful new leporello shows how Charles and Ray Eames linked some of the most iconic characters of the last 100 years.
Early last year, mini labyrinths began to infiltrate the already labyrinthine London Underground network, forming what must be one of the most-viewed artworks ever.
A fantastic retrospective of an artist fond of using potato, sausage and swastika motifs.
Selfies, as you’ve no doubt noticed, are dully ubiquitous. Sometimes vain, frequently boring, and rarely creative.
We speak to Kez Glozier, editor of The New British Magazine, about the publication’s inception, working with Neville Brody and The New British’s new digital future.
Illustrator and filmmaker Joe Magee is showing his print works, some inspired by his views on politics which cost him a job…
When we read the words “typographic smut”, we knew this forthcoming east London show would be one for us.
Printmaker Ciara Phillips is among the four artists shortlisted for this year’s Turner Prize, showing a new installation instilling in us that things are “OK”.
Illustrator David Fleck’s latest project combines his love of astronomy and architecture, resulting in a series of intricate prints showing imagined cities.
Designers and artists have created work that challenges the concept of the traditional printed book.
We talk to FT head of design Kevin Wilson about creating the newspaper’s new look.