London-based studio S-T has given the art magazine a new look, which looks to establish its “own voice” and appeal to a wider audience.
Book cover designs, adult colouring books, poster designs and more – all the latest work from designers and studios specialising in print.
Studio Red&White has designed the packs, which help to create a more alternative and unusual look for the dance theatre.
A new logo for YouTube, an exhibition on “life-saving” graphic design, and a Fitbit smartwatch – the news from the last seven days.
London’s Wellcome Collection is set to open a new show examining the relationship between design and the medical world, showing how graphics has had a pervasive influence.
The Royal College of Art’s annual exhibition and sale has previously seen the likes of Margaret Calvert, Grayson Perry and James Dyson donate original pieces of work.
The annual design festival is back for its fifth edition this October, and will feature Pentagram partner Naresh Ramchandani, Buzzcocks’ record sleeve designer Malcolm Garrett and an exhibition on Lucienne
Consultancy Interabang has designed the set of stamps, which feature 10 of the most famous toys created in Britain from the last 100 years, including Space Hopper and Spirograph.
Last week, we wrote about a new retrospective on graphic designer Nigel Waymouth, whose psychedelic work graced the album covers of Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix during the 1960s. Now,
The print designs for Eduardo Paolozzi’s multi-coloured mosaic tiles, which were almost destroyed in 2015, are to be auctioned this week in his hometown, Edinburgh.
As the new season of the Premier League gets underway this weekend, we mark its 25th birthday by speaking to designers about their favourite pieces of design from its history.
An array of eclectic ukuleles have been created by artists including Mick Rooney and Cathy Pilkington, and will be sold in aid of The Hepatitis C Trust.
The exhibition at Joyce Cabinet features some of the graphic designer’s work for Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix from the 1960s, along with a new commission for the gallery.
The new branding has been designed by Pentagram partner Michael Bierut, and features an “always evolving” logo that takes on multiple typefaces to show the versatility of poetry.
The 17 winners have been selected from over 2,300 entries submitted by illustrators worldwide, and are currently on show at London’s Somerset House.
Last week, Apple revealed it was killing off its iPod Nano and Shuffle models. We ask designers about the everyday products they would miss the most if
The London-based studio has worked with illustrator Mica Warren to redesign the visuals for the amusement park, which aim to feel “fresh, modern and eye-catching” for people of all ages.
The campaign will be used throughout the sports network’s Olympic coverage up until 2024, and is based around a flexible podium symbol.
Penguin has republished Roald Dahl’s disturbing series of short stories for adults, with an entirely different visual style from the author’s children’s books.
London-based studio Otherway and illustrator Jean Jullien have created the visual identity for a new restaurant at hotel The Connaught in Mayfair, London.
From an interview with Camille Walala to a new creative fund that could help designers work abroad following Brexit, we round up the news from the last seven days.
French graphic artist Camille Walala is known for brightening up public spaces with her patterns. We visit her latest installation at London’s Now Gallery; an interactive, disorientating maze that encourages visitors to
C&G Partners has given the New York-based biomedical research institution a new visual identity that uses “vibrant” watercolour imagery.
As a new crowdfunder launches to reissue the Humanscale manual from the 1970s, we speak to the team behind the campaign about why keeping historic designs such as standards manuals
Consultancy GBH has designed the set of stamps, which feature 10 of the most famous public buildings from the last two decades, including Zaha Hadid’s London Aquatics Centre.