We check out what newly released books about branding and graphic, digital and UX design you should be getting your hands on this summer.
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Ahead of London Fashion Week, Pantone has released its colour trend report, this time with bold bright colours alongside classic staples.
The Swedish animator and designer’s work may be light and witty, but she’s not afraid to talk about deeper industry issues.
News: The new Easle website lets brands hire freelance designers, illustrators and photographers without an agency
This website aims to make it easier for freelancers to get hired by big brands – without needing an agent or to enter exploitative 'competitions'.
We sit down with Possible’s executive creative director in London to find out what working for a leading digital agency with clients such as…
A new animated TV show called Moominvalley will help bring the adventures of Moomin to a new generation, with a voice cast including Rosamund…
Moonmin Valley's director and producer explain how the new series will combine 2D hand-drawn environments with 3D characters to create an…
Rich McCor, aka Instagram artist Paperboyo, on how his simple concept made him a huge Instagram artist, now with an upcoming book.
We went along to Kingston School of Art’s MA Illustration grad show and encountered talented new grads across a whole range of styles,…
From persuasive public health campaigns to bright designs that help patients get better more quickly, we explore the powerful posters and…
The collective’s recent exhibition at London’s Espacio Gallery saw abstract digital prints, tribal linocuts and celebrity-infused gouache paintings.
Five artists will drink tea and draw at Shoreditch’s T2 store for London Design Festival
Tutorial: Designer Russell Gray's created amusing, Minion-filled playing cards for a Despicable Me 3 promo
Mattson Creative commissioned Russell to design a Despicable Me 3-themed pack of cards for McDonald's Happy Meals.
Gestalten’s new book features bold, bizarre and downright impressive invitations for weddings to brand events.
News: The Fox and the Star author/illustrator Coralie Bickford-Smith on her new book about being in the moment
Following winning Waterstones Book of the Year 2015, Penguin's in-house designer tells us about The Worm and the Bird – a beautiful-yet-ironic…
The exhibition will show a selection of original artwork from the publisher’s archive, including work from Quentin Blake, Dan Hillier and Dave McKean.
Charlie is always looking to tell a story filled with lots of warmth, exaggeration, and shapes that stray from reality.
Matchmaking website and app eharmony has redesigned its logo – accompanied by a new colour palette, photography and UX design – to move away…
YouTube has finally given its logo a very slight refresh after 12 years, but it makes a huge difference.
Take a look at some of the biggest logo redesigns of this year, including YouTube, eharmony, UKTV, Converse, Calvin Klein, Audi & more.