A new book aims to offer an overview of design work that speaks to a multicultural audience – employing typography from two different languages within the same project. Does the trend reflect our hyper-connected world, or is it just another way to use text as decoration?
Our latest pick of new type designs and projects includes a redesign of Google Fonts, a remastered version of TfL’s Johnston typeface, an intricate illustrated A-Z by Rebecca Strickson and an ornate display face combining Hobo and Rococo lettering
In a sweet (ahem) campaign to celebrate this year’s Pride, adam&eveDDB has stripped Skittles of its famous rainbow. Black-and-white packets will be given out to Pride supporters in London this weekend, with a monochrome float forming part of the Pride parade…
Photographer Thom Atkinson has revisited his 2014 series on historical military equipment and focused on the kit that soldiers from Britain, France, Germany, Russia and the US took into battle during the First World War.
Our July issue is a museums special, taking a look at the challenges facing cultural institutions and how creativity is helping to meet them. Plus, Jeremy Herrin, Pictoplasma, We Built This City and Missoni
To celebrate its 225th anniversary, the UK’s mapping agency, Ordnance Survey, has produced a contemporary map of London in its original cartographic style from 1801
The Helvetica director is using Kickstarter to back “the world’s first feature documentary on legendary designer Dieter Rams” and help preserve his design archive
A special issue of the magazine including a Google cardboard VR viewer promised to take readers “halfway around the world”
Since September last year, graphic designer Halima Olalemi has been cataloguing outstanding magazine ads from the 80s, 90s and 00s on her Instagram account, @adarchives. Here, she reflects on some of her favourite finds and a time when fashion ads were more experimental…
adam&eveDDB’s 2014 John Lewis Christmas campaign wins Creative Effectiveness Grand Prix while ad agencies dominate Design Lions and Google UK’s Jacquard takes Product Grand Prix