Forty years on from the release of Orgasm Addict, Malcolm Garrett shows CR around an exhibition of his work for the Buzzcocks, on display at Plant NOMA as part of Design Manchester, and explains how the distinctive design style he created for the band developed.
A new book from Counter-Print celebrates the work of Cruz Novillo – the designer behind identities for Spain’s post office, police force and Socialist Party
‘Poster Girls’, a new exhibition at the London Transport Museum, looks back at the contribution that female artists have made to TfL over the past century, and examines some of the hidden stories behind their work.A new exhibition at the London Transport Museum looks back at the contribution that female artists have made to TfL over the past century, and examines some of the hidden stories behind their work.
The Science Museum in London unveiled a new logo last week – just one element of a wider identity system created for the six institutions that make up the Science Museum Group. We spoke to Sean Perkins, partner at North Design, about the thinking behind the new system and the controversy it provoked on Twitter
In The Moderns, a vibrant era in American graphic design history is catalogued for the first time through the work of over 60 designers, both well-known and relatively obscure. Theo Inglis talks to authors Steven Heller and Greg D’Onofrio about the project and the variety of work – and practitioners – in the book, united by a shared sensibility
Vintage launched its Classics imprint ten years ago with a series of 20 books, pairing a classic work with a contemporary title. The new brand had a bold design and ushered in a cover and spine treatment that is now instantly recognisable. Since then, a range of design approaches have marked Vintage Classics out as […]
Dropbox has revealed the biggest change to its branding in 10 years as it moves away from file sharing and towards online tools to rival iWork and Google Drive
Nicholas Bonner’s book Made in North Korea offers a rare glimpse into the visual culture of the totalitarian state – from cigarette and food packaging to postcards and airline tickets. We talk to Bonner about the North Korean graphic design industry and how the role of packaging and ephemera differs in such a society
The support organisation for the media and advertising industry is searching for the next generation of leaders to help tackle mental health issues