Jazz-pop musician Jamie Cullum has recently released the second issue of his magazine The Eighty-Eight, and it’s really rather good. We talk to Cullum about what prompted him to make it, and his love of “lurid neon orange”…
A new book from Phaidon looks at how we represent our world through maps, charting 5,000 years of cartography. Here, we look in detail at four examples – from an artistic interpretation of a national park and a 19th-century drawing of the moon, to visualisations of two very different natural disasters
Here Design has created an elegant new cook book for Yotam Ottolenghi’s London restaurant Nopi, inspired by its marble and brass interiors and the ‘O’ in the Nopi logo.
Joji Koyama’s new book takes the reader on a surreal journey via a series of interwoven visual stories – each one like a short scene from an animated film
A new book from Thames & Hudson showcases over 250 decorated papers from the 16th to the 20th century, sourced from the British Library’s Olga Hirsch collection.
In his first commission for Pluto Press, David Pearson was asked to create the covers for 13 new editions of works by the renowned linguist and political commentator, Noam Chomsky. Eight covers in, Pearson sheds light on how a single typeface is keeping it all together
For the launch of new book, Seven Brief Lessons on Physics, Penguin has created a charming website which explores some of the theories addressed in the collection. The design of the site is inspired by the book’s cover by Coralie Bickford-Smith
The October print issue of Creative Review examines the ideas and organisations that are having an impact on the way we live and the homes we live in
Lucia Berlin’s A Manual for Cleaning Women is a new volume of the late US writer’s selected short stories. Its cover uses a single device: a real clothing label designed by Justine Anweiler, made to order and shown stitched into the back of a cleaner’s uniform
A new photobook from photographers Thom and Beth Atkinson captures the spaces left where London buildings once stood, having been destroyed during the Second World War