The independent music and arts festival based in Wales is in its 16th year, and celebrates its non-corporate ethos by commissioning a different illustrator annually to create its look and
News, interviews and features on all things editorial including book and magazine launches, book cover design and editorial rebrands.
The Association of Illustrators recently launched its #priceitright campaign, to encourage creatives to demand the right fees – the organisation shares its advice for freelancers.
Publisher GraphicDesign& has published Hope to Nope, a new book examining the complicated relationship between graphics and politics. We speak to the co-editor about protest, power and design’s ability to
Glamour was founded in 1939 as a high-end, glossy magazine focused on the lives of celebrities. Still in print today and having just rolled out a new look, we speak
Print! Tearing It Up is a new exhibition opening in June that will delve into the art of the independent magazine, looking at print publications from the last 100 years.
Publisher Virago is known for championing women writers – to celebrate the 40th anniversary of its modern classics collection, it has released 13 books intricately illustrated by Yehrin Tong.
Charity Waste Free Oceans has created the environmentally friendly book in collaboration with illustrator Chervelle Fryer and tech company Teijin.
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
We’ve picked out the design winners from the 721 pencils handed out at the D&AD Awards, where the most awarded designers this year were consultancy Jones Knowles Ritchie and the
The shortlist of 200 illustrators has been whittled down from over 3,000 entries, and will go on display at Somerset House in June.
A new research project by Thomas.Matthews and students from the RCA is aiming to “continue the conversation” about sustainability in the publishing industry.
The print edition magazine will put greater emphasis on “visual storytelling”, with more room for photography and two new typefaces that are named after historic explorers associated with the brand.
As Phaidon releases a new book featuring over 300 Soviet products and other designs dating from the 1950s, we speak to Moscow Design Museum founder and director Alexandra Sankova about
Speaking at Offset Dublin, the design director of the New York Times Magazine talked about the merits of putting time and effort into print, why superimposing images in Photoshop is
Speaking at this year’s Offset Dublin, the graphic designer and founder of Studio Frith talks about her “playful” approach to projects, setting up a studio straight out of art school
This month, you can look forward to D&AD Festival, visit Milan Design Week and delve into a new book on the visual history of the Soviet Union.
NME has decided to stop printing after 66 years – a period which gave rise to many different looks as it tried to both react to and set the music
There’s still time to look back at your best work from the last year and enter the Design Week Awards, as we’re now giving you until 4th April. Here’s how
This month, you can visit design festival Offset in Dublin, and explore the work of the late German typographer Berthold Wolpe at a new exhibition in Suffolk.
Find out from one of last year’s winners Method what winning a Design Week Award can do for your business.
As a new book is released profiling over 30 creatives and studios making the most exciting album art today, we ask author John Foster to pick out his favourite established