The annual exhibition sees anonymous designers, artists and illustrators create record sleeve artworks that are then sold for £50 each for a chosen charity, which will be Mind this year.
Graphic designer Tom Hingston has partnered with Paul Smith on a new retrospective show of record sleeve art, along with a new clothing collaboration.
A round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
Supple Studio has designed the visual identity for a new podcast series aimed at young adults, which will discuss all things sex, from HIV to addiction.
Charity Waste Free Oceans has created the environmentally friendly book in collaboration with illustrator Chervelle Fryer and tech company Teijin.
Baxter and Bailey has designed a recruitment campaign for the London university in a bid to show that it offers more than art and design courses.
Territory Studio is behind the graphics for the 2017 sequel to cult classic film Blade Runner, originally released in 1982. At this year’s D&AD Festival, executive creative director David Sheldon-Hicks
This month, you can look forward to four weeks’ worth of events and activities as part of Dundee Design Month, head to OFFF conference in Barcelona and delve into the
In light of World Intellectual Property Day (WIPD) 2018, we ask designers and IP professionals their advice for graduates on how to protect their work from copyright infringement.
A new book from Phaidon takes a journey through time to explore the humble chair, from pieces by Ray and Charles Eames and the Bouroullec brothers to 16th century relics.
Standards Manual’s latest crowdfunder charts the emoji’s meteoric rise from a series of simple picture characters created in Japan in the 1990s to a global phenomenon. The publisher’s founders Jesse