A new, independent magazine celebrating classic graphic symbols has launched, based on a popular Instagram account created by a London-based designer.
News, interviews and features on all things editorial including book and magazine launches, book cover design and editorial rebrands.
The charity has published its second Design Economy report, which looks at the value of the industry and who makes it up. While design contributes £85bn to the economy, there
Publisher Gestalten has released Newspaper Design, a new book delving into editorial graphics from around the world. We speak to featured graphic designer Mark Porter, former creative
A full rundown revealing all the winners from last night across every design category, plus our Best of Show, Rising Star and Hall of Fame inductees.
The Pentagram partner and his team have redesigned and rebranded the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s magazine, a print publication dedicated to new tech, drawing on designs created by Muriel Cooper
The publisher’s annual awards saw 2,100 design students submit book cover interpretations for Animal Farm, A Brief History of Time and Noughts & Crosses — a judging panel has whittled
Craig Oldham is behind the designs for a new publishing venture from record label and indie record shop group Rough Trade, creating pamphlet-like designs that deliberately fly in the face
This year saw the most popular awards yet, and winning entries include a set of cushions embroidered with penises, some hectic children’s magazine illustrations and build-your-own packaging for a range
Print! Tearing It Up at Somerset House delves into 300 magazines from the 1900s to the present day. Co-curator Paul Gorman speaks to us about protest and activism in non-mainstream
This month you can see the work of 3,000 budding creatives at New Designers, visit the first ever Birmingham Design Festival and read about some of the most influential women
A new book written by ex-Design Museum curator Libby Sellers profiles 25 past and present influential designers, from Ray Eames to Es Devlin, and aims to provide some much-needed insight
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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
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