Graduate season is in full swing now, so we’ve rounded up our favourite projects from the most recently opened online showcases.
News, interviews and features on all things editorial including book and magazine launches, book cover design and editorial rebrands.
This month we were enamoured with offerings from across the design spectrum, from minimalist signage and intricate book illustrations, to sleek lighting and bold large-scale installations.
Bleached sees more than 40 designers and artists muse on their lives during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Class of 2020 has had an unprecedented end to their university careers but the work from this year’s grad shows impresses all the same – here’s our favourites so
Designers from the New York Times and The Atlantic magazine talk online projects, creating “cinematic” experiences and what print can learn from digital.
We’re excited to announce the full shortlist for our awards below. Stay tuned later in the month for our winners showcase, which will be revealed here on the site as
The past weekend saw the return of NASA’s well-loved wordmark, after nearly three decades of retirement – to celebrate, publishing outfit Standards Manual have launched a new book.
Three new books and 17 reissued titles will be released later this month as part of the BFI’s Film Classics series, all with new cover designs.
The new CHEMARTS Cookbook from designers and scientists at Aalto University offers readers experiments to create and work with plant-based materials.
Traditionally a practice reserved for soldiers on the battlefield, heraldry is still a go-to technique for many brands – a new book from Counter-Print explores why.
March has been full of disruption, so we’ve rounded up some of its most attention-diverting projects, from a Day-Glo crazy golf course to a sushi-inspired lamp.
As Coronavirus disrupted working patterns so much last week we’re giving you a few more days to get your entries together.
The book uses the idea of a tree’s concentric rings to represent “narrowing circles of trust” that have developed between the public and big societal institutions.
The illustrated book publishers, founded in 1942, has been given a new visual identity by Harry Pearce which features a new cartouche.
From an editorial influenced graphic style to a changing education landscape and a burgeoning international outlook, what defines design in New York?
Stories That Never Stand Still has been created “by people with ADHD, for people with ADHD”, and features educational articles alongside personal accounts that attempt to cut through the stigma
A new book from Lou Downe, the UK government’s former director of design, seeks to establish a universal language for the often-overlooked discipline of service design.
A new book from GraphicDesign& is imploring the British public to listen to each other by presenting the arguments of both sides of the EU debate, hoping to “encourage empathy,
Now in its 96th year, the annual 50 Books | 50 Covers competition aims to reward the best in book design — inside and out.
The book has been designed by Manchester-based creative consultancy Music and brings together knowledge to show “there is no standard brain”.
Entries are open for the Design Week Awards. We’re building on the success of last year’s new look awards by overhauling our digital categories and bringing you another accessible ceremony.
As part of our series of design in 2020, Chris Clarke, global deputy creative director of The Guardian, looks at what will happen in editorial design in the next 12
Think you know what happened in design this year? Test yourself with our quiz.
The Manchester-based design studio used a “versatile line motif” to link this year’s 14 special stamp issues, whose themes include Star Wars, the Gruffalo, D-Day and Elton John.