The Parisian illustrator is well-known for her playfully proportioned women and colourful characters — but where does this style come from?
We delve into the design industry with longer reads, exclusive interviews, opinion pieces and reviews.
We speak with Usha Raghavachari, director of D-Ford’s London innovation lab, about human-centred design, getting to know customers in forensic detail, and calling “babies” ugly.
The designer talks to Design Week about personal and professional life with his father Terence Conran, who passed away earlier this week.
We speak to a principal Samsung designer to find out how the company is using advancements in tech to create “meaningful” changes in consumers’ lives.
The designer, retailer and restaurateur behind some of Britain’s best-loved and far-reaching designs has died at the age of 88.
Designers have been paying tribute to the late designer, who was responsible for creating and popularising many of the home comforts we’ve come to love.
A new book from Phaidon charts the history of flowers as a medium for creativity, from the frescoes of antiquity to the product designers of today.
Innovative designers are working to create packaging materials that simply disappear in water — here, three of them talk methods, potential and uses, from tampons to noodles.
As the festival returns to the capital in both online and offline forms, Design Weeks picks the best of the line-up from talks to year-long installations.
This year’s event will be going ahead with some significant changes in the face of the pandemic — here’s all the information you’ll need.
Urbancoolab has designed an AI programme that has studied and replicated the style of the late Jean-Michel Basquiat, but what this could mean for the future of creativity?
From exhibitions to books, there’s plenty going on this month for designers, their kids (and even their dogs) to catch.
We take a look at the kits for the postponed Euro 2020 tournament and speak to Nike about the inspiration behind this year’s designs.
From an online carnival, to coronavirus solutions and a peaceful reimagining of violent flags, designers’ creative offerings in August were diverse. Here’s what caught our eye.
In this new excerpt from his upcoming book, protest and graphic designer Bill Posters traces the anti-capitalist history of subvertising.
We speak to three experts in the field to find out why video games and medicine go hand in hand, and how a COVID game could help our response to
As part of our series exploring countries’ design cultures, we delve into Nigeria’s rich visual landscape and how designers are redefining “bad design”.
The southern American state was the last to feature the controversial Confederate symbol on its flag. How has it tried to pick a new design?
The London-based design outfit focuses exclusively on football – here, they talk fan loyalty, psychedelia and bad club merch.
After the Japanese car brand unveiled a new digital-friendly identity last month, we speak to its design team about an electric-focused future.
Highlighted shirts for the upcoming season feature graphics inspired by the teams’ cities as well as more sustainable manufacturing techniques.
Ragged Edge, DixonBaxi and Altogether discuss the highs and lows of designing in lockdown, what has worked — and what hasn’t.
As part of our series looking at in-house design teams, we speak to Penguin Creative creative director Tim Lane about keeping the publisher looking and feeling relevant.
We ask three food illustrators working in editorial, branding and television about their inspirations, styles and the recipe for good work.