This month, V&A Dundee turns one, a ping pong charity auction returns and a product design handbook is given a 2019 update.
News, interviews and features on all things editorial including book and magazine launches, book cover design and editorial rebrands.
From an AR Ford Mustang campaign to a new book series illustrated by Quentin Blake, these are some of our favourite projects from the last month.
Reinterpretations of Robin Day chairs, a handy primer on Northern city names and a digital identity for a Rwandan girls empowerment magazine are some of our favourite design projects this
Inspired by independent magazines, California-based start-up Alabaster is attempting to bring the religious text to younger audiences.
This year marks the centenary of the global print publication, which redesigned last year, changing its format from newspaper to magazine. We speak to editor, Will Dean, and deputy creative
Learn about London’s street signs, visit an exhibition about brilliant craftswomen and find out whether you’ve won a coveted Design Week award.
The annual, global awards scheme, which famously rewards its winners with black, yellow, graphite and wood pencils, has announced its 720 winners for this year.
Design Week research reveals equal pay discrepancies between men and women in the same role, a gender pay gap of more than 20% and that three quarters of the designers
The global awards scheme has been running for over 40 years, and in 2019 sees 200 shortlisted entries, many of which tackle political and social issues such as Brexit and
The Guardian Media Group’s Sunday paper, The Observer, has launched a biannual, print design magazine, which looks to bridge the gap between consumer and specialist publications.
Political illustrator Edel Rodriguez, street artist Joe Caslin and House of Illustration curator Olivia Ahmad spoke at Offset Dublin 2019 about why imagery can be more arresting than words, how
The National Army Museum’s new exhibition explores the work of the Second World War graphic designer and master of visual seduction, who created propaganda posters to boost recruitment, educate soldiers,
This month, you can delve into the art of video games, explore the sordid world of Stanley Kubrick and learn about the highs and lows of freelance illustration from Isabel
No, No, No, No, Yes editor, David Dunn, tells us what he has learned about creating a winning book cover.
Experts on branding (Jack Renwick), social design (Sophie Thomas), exhibition design (Lucienne Roberts) are joined by Ustwo design director Helen Fuchs, The Guardian’s digital director Ben Longden and many more.
The founder of an agency representing self-employed creatives is pushing for better recognition of illustration as a “long-term career”, and protection over issues such as late payments and plagiarism.
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To mark World Book Day 2019, we ask graphic designers about the books from the last year that they think epitomise great print design, from dystopian fiction to political commentary.
Hamilton has died aged 55, leaving behind a 30-year career in publishing that saw him invigorate hundreds of book covers, while bringing unknown creative talent like Shepard Fairey to the
North America’s major charity for defending the country’s civil liberties has refreshed its print publication, in a bid to mobilise members, while educating and informing them about current human rights
A coffee shop featuring a playful cartoon hamster, cars being designed using 3D virtual reality tools and a typeface that responds to the sound of your voice are some of
This month you can delve into the glamorous high fashion world of Christian Dior, read all about the Bauhaus and take a trip to a craft fair in Manchester.