As the much-anticipated exhibition Hope to Nope opens in London, we spoke to curators Lucienne Roberts of GraphicDesign& and the Design Museum's Margaret Cubbage about the graphic design exhibition that everyone's talking about.
In today's Talent, we explore the vibrant, buoyant and versatile work of illustrator, lettering artist and scribe Annie Rickard Straus...
What happens when more than 100 graphic design students come together to create a live 24-hour TV broadcast? We caught up with tutor Robert Sollis and the Camberwell students behind recent televisual spectacle CHANNEL to find out...
•Take Five> 26-03-18
To mark the publication of his new book, 'Graphic Design For Art, Fashion, Film, Architecture, Photography, Product Design and Everything In Between', Andy Cooke shares five key insights from the interviews within...
Head on up to the Hepworth Wakefield this weekend for their popular Print Fair, which this year plays host to over fifty printmakers, collectives and galleries...
Excitement is building for Pictoplasma 2018, the Berlin-based conference dedicated to exploring the world of visual culture and character design, and we've got a pair of tickets to give away...
In today's Talent we meet Stockholm-based artist Emma Larsson, whose enigmatic ink and watercolour studies dance the fine line between figuration and abstraction...
A group exhibition, open this weekend at London's LSE Library, explores what it means to be a British BME woman today, with artworks by 22 British BME women artists in response to the term 'modern day suffragette'...
At Ditchling this summer here's a rare chance to see the work of Sister Corita Kent – an LA-based screenprinting nun from the 1960s whose inspirational work still resonates as much as ever.
TwoPoints.net recently tackled their largest commission from ESPN so far – a bespoke typeface, pictograms, illustrations and layouts for a special Winter Olympics issue of ESPN The Magazine. Martin Lorenz of TwoPoints.net tells us more...
A new publication from Hvass & Hannibal uses lush illustrations and poetry by Angela McAllister to tell the stories of the world's wildest endangered habitats.
•Industry People> 09-03-18
In today's Industry People we meet Rik van Leeuwen of Wonderful Books to learn more about his work with designers, artists and writers bringing their beautiful work to life in print form...
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