As Hansje van Halem wows us with her third publication, we catch up with the Dutch designer to discover what role these self-reflective and technically advanced triumphs of design and print play in her creative process...
Illustrator and graphic artist Nate Harris finds an intriguing use for old skateboards in this new project, using old boards as the basis for a new woodblock-printed deck...
We Sow is an ongoing project by French graphic design graduates Léa Beaubois, Marion Cachon and Paul Faure, spreading words of wisdom through packs of printed texts distributed throughout the city. We caught up with the trio to find out more...
Geoff White has made an amazing contribution to educating and inspiring generations of young designers. Here Tony Pritchard celebrates one of graphic design's great unsung heroes.
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In today's Industry People, Daniel O'Kane and Melody Maby of Imprimerie du Marais tell us more about how the Paris-based company developed its innovative, experimental approach to print and finishing...
Johannes Breyer and Fabian Harb of Swiss type foundry Dinamo share their appreciation of the lowercase 'i' in Seb McLauchlan's Ginto, which demonstrates a forward-thinking interpretation of typographic history...
How has 'the selfie' changed photography and portraiture? What's been the impact of selfie portraits on how a generation sees itself? Pictoplasma challenges young emerging artists with these questions in its new creative competition.
A new publication, designed by Atelier Dyakova for Gagosian, employs a range of material interventions and typographic details to showcase sculptures by Giacometti and photography by Peter Lindbergh...
Longtime purveyors of the finest online property porn, The Modern House has now launched an exquisite new book for generation rent to pore over. We caught up with founders Matt Gibberd and Albert Hill to get the lowdown on Ornament is Crime.
Step into a technicolour dreamworld at the intersection of analog and digital with Fanny Papay, whose fantastical work is the focus of today's Talent...
In celebration of the centenary of De Stijl's emergence in the Netherlands, a new pair of exhibitions at the Special Collections of the University of Amsterdam explore the movement's influence on graphic design...
Phil Jones looks at the double-storey, lowercase ‘g’, a letterform which in practical terms should probably be extinct, if only it wasn't quite so beautiful to look at.
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