A new book offers a behind-the-scenes look at hip hop’s biggest artists, just as the genre was breaking into the mainstream.
News, interviews and features on all things editorial including book and magazine launches, book cover design and editorial rebrands.
Kieron Lewis designed the New Brownies’ Book, by Karida L Brown and Charly Palmer, mixing century-old content with new writing and art to inspire a new generation of Black families.
The designer and artist discusses how mapping an ephemeral practice for her monograph An Atlas of Es Devlin gave her better understanding of her own persistent “lines of enquiry.”
For the climate-focused research programme, Spin crafted a new identity and website designed to live up to match “the significance of their research”.
Coinciding with the start of the school holidays, this month’s design events include creative workshops for children in Dundee and a Festival at the Young V&A.
The team behind the slow journalism publication discuss what makes a good cover and why the 50th issue breaks the rules, with an infographic capturing “the great sweep of slow
The winners of Cannes Lions 2023 include a project to preserve a West African language, a helmet made of scallop shells and an “actionable” book in support of reproductive rights.
Paul Bailey explains how the initial roster of design agencies whose records he was looking to preserve is already expanding into a wider archival project.
A new book with detailed information on suppliers and techniques for sustainable printing has been released by Park Communications.
Design events this month include a book on Isamu Noguchi and his creative relationship with Greece, design and tech festival All Flows, and a talk from Gail Anderson on four-decades
With one last chance to enter this year’s awards, find all the information you need to complete your entries here.
Design things to see and do this month include Salone del Mobile, a festival of games design and a book exploring diaspora aesthetics in the home.
As part of a series reflecting on what it means to be creative, illustrator and author Ben Tallon considers why being honest about how business is going could keep you
The Academy of British Cover Design reveals its winners of the year, as well as the best design from the last decade, chosen to celebrate the “irreverent” and “inclusive” awards’
Find out about how to enter and what to expect from the 2023 Winners’ Showcase.
Collins vice president Astrid Stavro, ANNA chief design officer Daljit Singh, Dell Technologies Principal product designer Ruben Cespedes and Special Projects co-founder Clara Gaggero Westaway are among those named so
We look back on the life of US designer and educator Carin Goldberg, creator of Madonna’s first album cover and countless book jackets.
A new visual guide by graphic designer Michael Arndt explains the origin stories of punctuation and how designers and typographers can incorporate it into their work.
We speak to designer Paul McNeil about his new book on the experimental typefaces created by M/M (Paris), which have helped communicate counterculture for the last 30 years.
New brand assets look to connect to The Week’s readership in order to make the red masthead “memorable and meaningful” in itself.
Fieldwork Facility uses typographic signposting to make visitors “sit up” and engage with the research behind the artist’s work.
This month sees a call to action from Dutch Design Week, an exhibition on plastic’s promise and problems at V&A Dundee, a book celebrating turntable design and more.
Pentagram’s new designs seek to leave behind the newspaper’s previous “static and conservative” style with improved use of colour, typography, white space and infographics.
This month’s round up is summer holiday-focussed, featuring events and workshops for both designers and their children.