CR talks to designer Khyati Trehan about working across multiple disciplines, why personal work matters, and how adversity can make you a better designer
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Our design correspondent Daniel Benneworth-Gray ponders the value of a university education. Is his work suffering because he didn’t do a formal design degree?
Over 50 years since pictograms were first used at the Tokyo 1964 Olympics, Japanese designer Masaaki Hiromura has created 50 new symbols ahead of next year’s event
Mike Lythgoe talks to CR about his designs for Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost, working with Foals’ lead vocalist Yannis Philippakis, and the importance of cats
After studying graphic design at Falmouth and stints at a number of agencies in Manchester, Craig Oldham started his own studio in the city in 2015. We talk to him about why money is no measure of creative success and why “it’s not a crime to be skint”
Dozens of rejected book cover designs are published in No, No, No, No, Yes, which explores the sometimes tortuous process of getting a book’s graphic identity approved