Graduate season is in full swing now, so we’ve rounded up our favourite projects from the most recently opened online showcases.
Book cover designs, adult colouring books, poster designs and more – all the latest work from designers and studios specialising in print.
Bleached sees more than 40 designers and artists muse on their lives during the coronavirus pandemic.
These designers are rethinking the surfaces we touch and turning them into COVID-killing materials, which can be fabricated as familiar objects.
The Class of 2020 has had an unprecedented end to their university careers but the work from this year’s grad shows impresses all the same – here’s our favourites so
We’re excited to announce the full shortlist for our awards below. Stay tuned later in the month for our winners showcase, which will be revealed here on the site as
The past weekend saw the return of NASA’s well-loved wordmark, after nearly three decades of retirement – to celebrate, publishing outfit Standards Manual have launched a new book.
From Pentagram’s Home Poems to a period branding project, we take a look at some of our favourite work from an unusual April.
As Coronavirus disrupted working patterns so much last week we’re giving you a few more days to get your entries together.
The first retrospective of the British mid-century designer uncovers his enduring influence, from royal stamp commissions to Guinness posters in pubs.
As part of our new series about in-house design teams, Simon Scarr, deputy editor of Reuters Graphics talks visualising catastrophe, global communication and Star Wars.
Entries are open for the Design Week Awards. We’re building on the success of last year’s new look awards by overhauling our digital categories and bringing you another accessible ceremony.
The Manchester-based design studio used a “versatile line motif” to link this year’s 14 special stamp issues, whose themes include Star Wars, the Gruffalo, D-Day and Elton John.
The “non-biased” newspaper is being distributed across London ahead of the election on Thursday.
Among the six designers who have been recognised are the lighting designer for War Horse, head of fabrics at Alexander McQueen and a newspaper cartoonist.
The redesign aims to attract “new, younger and more culturally diverse audiences” to the 118-year-old magazine, while avoiding confusion with The Times newspaper.
The publication – based in Washington, D.C.,US – has unveiled updates across its print and iOS offerings.
This month Design Manchester turns seven, Anglia Ruskin University is telling tales with tech and Es Devlin is talking us through her latest installation.
Breathe Easy is a month-long fundraiser dedicated to giving people a tangible way to do their bit to save the rainforest.
The banknote will feature artist JMW Turner and is thought to be the “most secure” ever produced.
The fair returns to London for its sixth year in November, here Design Week talks to curator and co-founder Alastair Eland about the ones to watch at this year’s event.
We speak to David Hillman, Nova’s art director for almost a decade, about its short but influential run, picking a perfect cover and when illustrations are better than photos.
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.
As the Bank of England reveals the face of the new banknote, we talk to its chief cashier about the note’s changing portraits and design features.
A new London exhibition explores the work of 20th century visual communicator Marie Neurath, who — despite having no design training — brought school books to life through informative graphics