Looking at how work gets made & what gets in the way
Have you ever wanted to make your own typeface? It can be difficult to know where to start – but fresh from reviving a 1960s typeface for the 21st-century, first-timer Mathieu Triay offers up some insight into creating type yourself
In The Backstage Sessions, a new film series curated by Rankin for WeTransfer, three greats of music photography – Gered Mankowitz, Kevin Cummins and David Montgomery – offer insights on their process plus what it is like to work with Bowie, Björk and The Stones et al
Twelve book cover designers share some of their creative failures and discuss how rejection, far from marking the end of a design journey, can often lead the way to something new
Camille Walala’s colourful graphics have been appearing all over London of late. In the past few years she has applied her distinctive style – a Memphis-inspired mix of bright colours, monochrome patterns and simple shapes – to a narrowboat, a pedestrian crossing, two school playgrounds, a multi-storey office building and a nightclub as well as several […]
Paul Sahre’s new book Two-Dimensional Man: A Graphic Memoir is published today. In this extract, Sahre takes us through the highs and lows of working with They Might Be Giants on the designs for the band’s 2011 album Join Us.
Wales has seen a significant increase in overseas visitors since the launch of a new marketing campaign and national branding by Cardiff and Amsterdam agency Smörgåsbord. Creative director Dylan Griffith talks us through the challenges and steps involved in creating a brand identity for the country