A digital Doves Type

In 1916, the infamous Doves Type was consigned to a watery grave: now, it has resurfaced in digital form.

Flo Heiss: Life In Ten Works

In the first of a new series, Flo Heiss talks us through the ten pieces of work that have been most important to him over his career in advertising and design. They include a mix of digital projects, typography and also some paintings…

Bridging the Gap

University-run enterprise schemes allow students to work on live commercial projects while studying. But how exactly do they operate, and are all students fairly rewarded?

Staying power

Design agency Lippincott is 70 years-old this year, and many of its logo designs also have a proven longevity

Ian Dury: Pop Artist

Ian Dury’s promising early career as an artist and illustrator is celebrated in More Than Fair, a show at his former college, the Royal College of Art, in London

Royal College of Art: Visual Communication degree show

In addressing some of last year’s concerns over the display space given to the RCA’s Visual Communication graduates, this year’s show makes great use of the college’s Stevens Building and presents some particularly strong work in the process

Why Not delves into archive for Tokyo show

Why Not Associates’ work has always been firmly rooted in the physical – whether it’s casting concrete or photocopying type. For a show at Tokyo’s Ginza Graphic Gallery the studio has rummaged through its archive to present artefacts and artwork next to finished projects from the past 25 years

2013 UK degree show listings

It’s degree show season and with events kicking off around the country, we’ve put together a list of forthcoming and current exhibitions at colleges from Aberdeen to Aberystwyth.

The design experience

Cape Town’s Design Indaba shows that the scope for designers to make a difference to society is wider than ever

Julia Pott

There’s a certain darkness at the heart of Julia Pott’s work which leaves the viewer wondering about what sort of character could dream it up