Learn about London’s street signs, visit an exhibition about brilliant craftswomen and find out whether you’ve won a coveted Design Week award.
Book cover designs, adult colouring books, poster designs and more – all the latest work from designers and studios specialising in print.
A new set of six stamps tell the story of 6 June 1944, when British and US troops invaded Nazi-occupied Normandy in France, while another five depict the main beaches
Lettering artist Andy Smith has been commissioned to create 11 typographic posters that promote London’s cheapest travel options.
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
Take a trip to Scotland for the third ever Dundee Design Festival, explore the future of food at the V&A and learn about the 20th century’s most prolific “graphic designer
Lego bricks designed to help blind children learn, a smartphone concept that gets people away from their screen and a fun campaign encouraging nurses to wash their hands are some
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
We talk to graphic, product and industrial experts about the responsibilities the industry has in helping to save the planet, from designing persuasive visual campaigns through to better public transport
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.
Online art shop RoomFifty has worked with studio Intoart, commissioning four disabled creatives to design prints that are being sold for £20 each.
Protests against climate change and ecological destruction are currently taking place across the world – we speak to graphic designer, Clive Russell, about how the eco group has used creativity
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 three-day design conference returned to Ireland this month with a host of graphic designers, illustrators, animators and makers taking to its stages to talk about their work and offer
Lucie Ebrey and Mark Long are among the artists who have contributed original drawings for On This Planet, a new exhibition at the Old Street Gallery, where their work will
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,
As more areas invest in new identities, we speak to designers and councils about why this is a growing trend, the benefits a visual brand can bring to a locality
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
Reimagined Baby on Board badges, a musical Google Doodle people can compose themselves, and a virtual reality kit for kids are some of our favourite projects this month.
Fiasco Design has created a new look for the National Open Youth Orchestra featuring a colourful suite of logos created by the group’s members and a bespoke typeface designed for
The Northern NHS trust has worked with Artfelt, Burgess Studio and the famed Roald Dahl illustrator on a series of new and old pieces, which have been used to brighten
Pentagram partner Marina Willer’s team has created an overarching visual system for literary event, Hay Festival, and its many global offshoots and projects, in a bid to bring clarity to
No, No, No, No, Yes editor, David Dunn, tells us what he has learned about creating a winning book cover.