The Partners

New type from Sawdust, Fontsmith, Benoît Bodhuin & more

Our latest monthly pick of great new type designs, projects and events includes a bespoke typeface for fashion blog Nasty Gal, type in motion at Liverpool’s FACT gallery, skeletal letterforms from Sawdust and a lovely animated film promoting Font Font’s Open Type Web Fonts.

New designs from Inkahoots, Snask, The Partners & more

Our latest pick of new graphics work includes an open-source identity for an exhibition in Brisbane, branding for global education initiative #UpForSchool and a contemporary new logo for the Swedish Handicraft Association…

Making magic in Mayfair

How The Partners and a spectacular Kristjana S Williams artwork are helping The Connaught hotel set itself apart from its five star rivals

New illustration: Chad McCail, Ian McDonnell, Kristjana Williams & more

The first in our fortnightly pick of new illustration work features a beautifully drawn field guide to East London wildlife, an illustrated guide to the life and work of Francis Bacon, rock-and-roll themed prints from Dorothy and a fascinating mural documenting the history of London’s Becontree Estate.

The crafty one: CR November issue

The November issue of CR is a craft special with features on several contemporary makers: from bicycle builders and bespoke shoemakers, right through to the latest creators of virtual reality

Bibliotheque is ten

To mark its tenth anniversary, design studio Bibliothèque has curated a three-day exhibition including a reading room of the partners’ favourite books, rare print items and an installation which remixes its output to date

Comic Sans for Cancer opens tonight

Two hundred posters are going on show tonight at The Proud Archivist in London, each with a similar aim in mind – to make something eye-catching using Comic Sans and raise money for Cancer Research UK in the process. Ahead of the opening of Comic Sans for Cancer, the curators sent us a selection of the posters that will be exhibited

Ad agencies on Twitter: the rights and wrongs

Getting the right tone of voice on Twitter is a fine art: Paul Domenet, ECD of Johnny Fearless, offers ad agencies some tips, plus picks his favourite ad tweeters.

Made in Britain’s new logo

The Partners has designed a new logo for Made in Britain – a national campaign promoting products manufactured in the UK. We asked design director Kevin Lan about the project.

Typographic Circle launches student programme

From this month, the Typographic Circle will be running a series of evening events for its student members aimed at inspiring and informing the next generation of creatives and designers

Artworker

NAO (National Audit Office)

Junior Designer

National Theatre