Each month we focus on one key part of society, from food or travel to entertainment, education or fashion, we ask one big question – how is creativity changing our world?
The British Red Cross has commissioned photographer Chris de Bode to create a set of images that vividly illustrate just how little food the people of the Lake Chad region are currently surviving on
A new exhibition at the V&A Museum in London celebrates all things Pink Floyd – from the band’s iconic album art to ambitious live shows and innovative use of technology
A new box set from Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds brings together printed ephemera, essays and unseen photographs from the band’s 30-year history. Designer Tom Hingston talks us through creating a tactile package filled with surprises
Photographer Mandy Barker’s new book features images of “recent and unique species” found in the waters around Cork in Ireland. Yet far from a celebratory project, the discovery of these miniature creatures is indicative of a wider environmental crisis
Marcus Lyon’s multimedia project, Somos Brasil, documents over 100 Brazilians through photography, recorded sound and DNA sampling. The result is a detailed study of the ancestry of a truly global nation – and a D&AD award-winning piece of work
This month would usually see the launch of graphic arts festival Pick Me Up at London’s Somerset House. But after six successful years, the event has been scrapped. Will it be missed?
Published this month is a new book documenting the design work of Hipgnosis, the studio behind iconic album covers for Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Peter Gabriel, The Police, Paul McCartney, AC/DC and many more. The book features contemporary reflections by Aubrey Powell on the 373 covers produced by the studio, as well as this archive text, from 1977, in which the late Storm Thorgerson explains the creation of 10cc’s album Deceptive Bends.