In the first of a series of articles looking at creative talent on Instagram, we speak to artist Gill Button, who received some unexpected commissions after posting personal work on the site…
Jean Jullien’s observational take on modern life has made him one of the most sought-after image-makers around. In last December’s CR, we talked to him about his recent move to New York and his work to date. Here, we publish the full transcript of the interview… As of October 2014, Jullien took leave of his […]
Can you tell us what your background is and when you started designing emojis for Twitter? My path will probably sound familiar to other designers as it’s a well-trodden one; a pinch of art university, a string of internships and tutelage from amazing people via on-the-job experience. When I decided to specialise in graphic design, […]
For years, Wacom has been the industry standard for graphics tablets. But as Apple introduces more powerful iPads, many artists are seeing the potential for a Wacom alternative. Does the iPad pose a real threat to Wacom’s near monopoly over the design world? Former Apple engineers and cofounders of Astropad envision a new means for art and technology.
It may be a bit early to start thinking about Christmas but Oxfam have announced a series of cards for 2016 featuring work by six artists
Islands and Bridges is a set of six stamps featuring Dean’s album covers for the likes of Yes and Uriah Heep plus original work in his trademark style
Cut That Out is a new book by DR.ME which brings together work by 50 artists and designers working in collage. We talk to the design duo about what makes the medium so appealing
He was many things – a typographer, a designer, a picture editor, a writer, a collector. But, says Domenic Lippa, to me David King was one of the first designers to open my eyes to the power of graphic design