Charlotte Day trained both in design and horticulture. Her passion for botany and handcrafted illustration translates into a wider message of…
Miriam Harris is an IDG staff writer for Digital Arts. Hailing from the beautiful land of New Zealand, Miriam is still learning to navigate her way through London. Miriam has a background in news journalism, and has previously worked as a digital reporter. She is often on the lookout for a good flat white coffee and a view.
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Here's a small snapshot of our longer feature on what agencies are doing right now to tackle diversity.
With the Science Museum's Space Descent with Tim Peake now open to the public, we take a look at three recent VR space projects.
Not to Scale and Le Cube worked with BBH London to create the 2D film for Refuge, a charity supporting domestic violence victims.
Nei Valente moved to São Paulo and Kate Cullinane stayed in New York. They spent the summer sending self-made postcards to each other – which…
Matt has used geometric patterns, colour combinations and lines to bring out the individual characters of endangered fish for his ongoing…
David's debut book of prints, Alphabet Cities, is inspired by vintage travel posters and his love for experiencing different cultures.
Frida Kahlo’s character and self-portraits are delightfully expressed in this emoji series - FridaMoji - by Sam and Larry Cantor.
Animator and illustrator Luca Paulli brilliantly demonstrates all the wonderful things one could do with extra long arms in these bright and…
Ahead of her solo show in London, Katie tells us of her love for nature and her use of photographic and silkscreen printing techniques.
Here are the best 10 screen printing, sublimation or direct-to-garment T-shirt printing companies in the UK, so you know where to go with your design.
If you are in need of a beautiful free font for your next design project, then look no further. This list has 28 easily downloadable choices.
Eight creative agencies discuss the practical steps they are taking to improve gender, ethnic and socio-economic diversity to find out what…
Boords is a web-based tool that helps animators, UX designers or anyone else to storyboard in a much more efficient way.
These propaganda posters and illustrations promoted the Communist dream that began with the Russian Revolution 100 years ago.
Anna editorial illustrations depict everything from relationships to money pressures with an artful simplicity.
Tutorial: These are the best new fonts of 2017
From Monotype’s Japanese typeface to a robust display serif, here are our pick of the latest typefaces released by foundries or individual designers.
Form's Paula Benson explains how it brought a new colour palette, logo and even a custom typeface (with the help of sign painter Archie…
Ben has released six T-shirts in aid of children’s charities, beautifully designed by Andy J Pizza, Matt Johnstone, Marylou Faure & more.
The Re-Western series of paintings put a feminist twist on the Hollywood Western genre.