Simply changing the way we look at something can lead to a moment of discovery, as revealed in an evocative series of photographs of model ships, on show at the science museum
A new edition of George Nelson’s insightful 1977 book, How to See, shows how visual literacy can be learned –and its teachings have never been more needed
Many of this year’s Super Bowl ads were heralded for addressing US politics, but do they really represent change in corporate America?
A simple change of orientation created one of the best examples of magazine design this year. With memorable work like this, print still has a bright future
MK12’s titles are reason enough to check out movie Stranger than Fiction, but the film also asks big questions about the human costs of making great work
Driven by cost-cutting, a ‘disgraceful ageism’ operates in many advertising agencies, and the work suffers immeasurably because of it, argues Paul Belford