David McConochie takes this year’s top prize and becomes the inaugural recipient of the Moira Gemmill Illustrator of the Year award
Over 26 pages, Cristiana Couceiro’s perfectly weighted illustrations convey the realities of cancer in the magazine’s recent health issue.
Are we witnessing a new wave of minimalism in graphic design? In his book, Min, art director Stuart Tolley sets out to map the apparent desire for simplification and paring back – and explore why this is happening
In her first book for children, writer and illustrator Leanne Shapton gives voice to a selection of soft toys whose worries are not too dissimilar from our own.
Freelance illustrator Jamie Kirk has created a colouring zine to raise money for mental health charities during Mental Health Awareness Week, with artwork by Jean Jullien, Brosmind, Ben Tallon and more…
Faber has revisited a selection of its poetry titles to bring the work of six writers together under its ‘Nature Poets’ banner – each with a new cover by one of the country’s leading printmakers
London animation and illustration collective Peepshow have created a nightmarish set of animations for a new National Geographic documentary exploring the evolution of ideas about hell
Once again, we are delighted to be partnering on the Bridgeman Studio Award. This year’s prize is a £1,000 book cover commission
If you’re going to work with YouTubers like Tyler Oakley (below), be prepared to adapt your processes – and set aside your prejudices, says Poke’s Nick Farnhill.
Illustrations by Denise Nestor
From getting your work noticed and preparing for degree shows to practising public speaking, Wolff Olins designer Alison Haigh shares some of her top tips for creative students about to graduate