Craig Oldham’s In Loving Memory of Work: A Visual Record of the Miners’ Strike 1984-85 has been published in a second edition, complete with a range of new material. Here, Oldham selects some of the most interesting additions, including ex-miner Phil Winnard’s powerful photographs of the strikes.
In an ambitious take on repackaging an artist’s back catalogue, Phil Collins recreated the covers of each of his solo albums for a new series of reissues with help from photographer Patrick Balls and digital imaging specialist Martin Griffin. Here’s how they did it
As part of Transport for London’s Transported by Design initiative, a new poster project has been launched that celebrates the 100th anniversary of the organisation’s Johnston font.
The 2016 Creative Review Annual, in association with Arjowiggins Creative Papers, launched on Thursday with a fabulous party at House of Vans in London
The superbly-realised Alan Kitching exhibition at Pick Me Up is a major draw for the festival and a seriously good selection of examples from the artist and designer’s six decades of work in letterpress. It’s also set to go to Suffolk and Glasgow later in the year
Letterpress studio The Counter Press is holding a two-day workshop at the Type Archive, a South London charity home to 8 million pieces of wood and metal type and equipment dating back to the 1500s
The annual graphic arts festival opens in London today and there’s plenty to see from emerging artists’ work to a major exhibition of Alan Kitching’s letterpress prints. Here are ten things you simply shouldn’t miss
D&AD Festival is taking place at London’s Truman Brewery this week, with talks, exhibitions and workshops alongside judging for this year’s awards. Design studio The Beautiful Meme created the graphics and way finding for the event – and say their designs aim to provoke a debate around the importance of creativity
To accompany The Poster Remediated, the main exhibition at this year’s Warsaw Poster Biennale, a competition has been launched to animate a selection of the world’s best examples – with classic work from Milton Glaser and Roman Cieślewicz to experiment with.
PJ Harvey’s new album features art direction from long-term collaborator, Michelle Henning. In an exclusive interview, the artist and designer tells us how she looked to heraldry to make the visuals for the record, experimenting with drum-painting and cyanotype along the way – and discusses her previous work for Harvey’s Let England Shake release.