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In the first of a series of posts looking at the work of housing charity Shelter as it turns 50, we can unveil the new print Anthony Burrill has created for the organisation – 200 editions of which are being given away via a ballot on its website
Virgin America’s new app aims to take the stress out of flying with a super-fast booking process, cheerful animations and curated Spotify playlists for travellers
Our October 2016 issue features an exclusive interview with Björk about her experiments with virtual reality, Shelter’s 50 years of campaigning for better housing, new thinking around age-neutral design and much more
Fans of illustration and trains alike will delight in Locomotion, a new book from artist duo Golden Cosmos, published this month by Nobrow.
Anthony Burrill, APFEL, Damien Poulain and Rhonda Drakeford have contributed designs which have been made into traditional Egyptian wall hangings in a bid to keep the craft alive
Over its 25 year history, Laurence King Publishing has transitioned from design books for students and professionals to creating beautifully designed books for the general market. Patrick Burgoyne speaks to its founder Laurence King and Creative Director Angus Hyland about Carson, content and colouring in
Projects include a machine that prints tweets in the Johnston typeface plus lighting, cushions and furniture inspired by London Transport designs
The animated New York Times Op-ed piece by Jay Z presents a compelling deconstruction of America’s failed ‘war on drugs’. We talked to co-director Kim Boekbinder about how it was made
A new exhibition at the V&A charts the revolutionary spirit that emerged in the mid-to-late 1960s and permeated our social, political and visual cultures.
The set of six stamps were created by Jim Sutherland of Studio Sutherl& and illustrator Neil Webb and include elements that react to UV light and heat