Children’s book character The Gruffalo has a new website, which is filled with games based on illustrations by Axel Scheffler.
Textile company Kvadrat is publishing a new book showcasing its high-profile design collaborations.
Marking 170 years since the birth of Czech author Kafka, publisher SelfMadeHero has released a graphic novel of his final work, The Castle.
Sapient Nitro has designed a new social media platform for the Institute of Contemporary Arts as the institution looks to engage a younger, more digitally aware audience.
The Brighton Digital Festival is set to return in September and promises to be the biggest installment yet.
The cover for new James Bond book Solo features a dust-jacket riddled with die-cut bullet-holes.
Spanish consultancy Sanserif Creatius is publishing the second volume in its Hiatus series of books, promising a ‘100 per cent ecological’ work.
Members of CILIP – the Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals – are to vote on a proposal to change the body’s name to Information & Library Professionals UK.
Throughout August, Camden’s Roundhouse will become not just a venue, but a huge timepiece – a clock where the viewer can stand still as time literally moves silently round them.
Mat Heinl, chief executive of Moving Brands, gives an independent consultancy’s view on the Omnicom/Publicis merger.
Pentagram partner John Rushworth has has created the name and identity for JW3, a new Jewish community arts and culture centre set to open in September.
Foster + Partners has created the interiors for Cathay Pacific’s first class cabins, in the architectural practice’s first-ever commercial aircraft interiors project.