Our latest round up of good reads includes a magazine about migration, one about sneakers and another that tells food tales
For our cover this month, illustrator James Dawe created a portrait of fashion designer Patrick Grant using samples from his Community Clothing label. Here’s how it was done
On October 8, France inaugurated its first national graphic design centre, Le Signe (the Symbol), in Chaumont. For CR, Jean Grogan reports back on the potential – and symbolism – of this significant new space.
As TypoCircle turns 40, with an exhibition and book celebrating its role in type and design, we look back at the evolution of Circular, the organisation’s journal that launched in 1993
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
Making use of unprecedented access to Nasa, photographer Benedict Redgrove has produced a stunning series of images documenting Nasa technology. The images are published in a 16-page feature in November’s WIRED UK
Wallpaper* magazine celebrates its 20th anniversary this month with a 500-page issue and a kinetic cover designed by Thomas Heatherwick. We talk to creative director Sarah Douglas about how it was made – and how design and photography have been key to keeping Wallpaper*’s readers engaged over the years