Milton Glaser's new Anti-Trump works for the School of Visual Arts' long-term ad campaign in New York's subways aim to be "the antidote to…
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Aimed at agencies and brands, this new tool gives access to Blend Media’s extensive library, plus an easy way to edit your own and upload online.
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Adobe has announced a Select Subject tool, expected to be released in the next Photoshop update. Find out how it works.
The Creative Mentor Network pairs creative professionals with school students from across London so they can build connections and…
The best craft beer often has label artwork and designs that are as wonderful individual as the brews themselves. Here are our favourite 13 labels.
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These 13 award-winning beautiful and in-depth infographics, data visualisations and information designs explore the effects of Trump, climate…
Whether it's graphic or motion design, UX or typography – these podcasts are engaging, helpful and inspiring for anyone in the design world.
News: This website and podcast aim to help freelance motion designers & animators run successful businesses
Set up by an ex-Google and now freelance motion designer, Motion Hatch provides resources, community and a bi-weekly podcast for “the ins and…
Tutorial: New cover art by Quentin Blake, Chris Riddell, Jean Jullien, Dr Who & more for first-edition classic books
See 33 beautiful new covers for classic first edition novels created by the likes of Lauren Child, Neil Gaiman, David Dowton, Gerald Scarfe,…
News: Cyber Monday Deals for Artists & Designers: Wacom, Adobe, Apple, Corel Painter, Microsoft Surface & more
Cyber Monday is here - so here's our regularly updated, expert guide to the best deals on the software, hardware, art equipment and prints.
Take a look at these Cyber Monday deals that aren’t going to strain your eyes, but might hang nicely in your living room or look good with…
See how the 'graphic design' of the first 800 years of English manuscripts and inscriptions influences design today.
In-Depth: Political cartoons in 2017: Chris Riddell, Rebecca Hendin and Dave Brown on what its like to create satirical art in a digital world
The internet may be diminishing print newspapers, but political cartoons have found new life online – being perfect for sharing in the…