Wales has been given a rebrand by Smörgåsbord Studio. Read the story by Owen Pritchard at It’s Nice That.
What if you’re not into the subscription plan? What if you’re not happy with Adobe apps? What if, frankly, you want options? A story by Justin Heyes.
Pledge on Kickstarter today to help fund the limited edition reproduction of the 1974 CBC Graphic Standards Manual – and own a piece of design history.
If you enjoy looking at logo designs, prepare to lose a few hours with a new website, Logobook, which collates identities going back to the 1950s. A story by Creative Review.
This visual timeline by data artist Josh Begley captures the storied newspaper’s approach to layout and photography by incorporating every NY Times front page ever published into a single one-minute video. Via This is Colossal.
“Every single year after the Grammy Awards, I scroll down the seemingly endless list of categories (84!) to 64 and 65: Best Recording Package and Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package.” A review by Yves Peters.
This week Monocle publishes a special 300-page 10th anniversary issue. A story by Jeremy Leslie, magCulture.
Newspapers aren’t just for news anymore. In fact, newsprint is one of the most versatile formats out there – it can feel familiar and experimental, sophisticated and DIY, all at once. Via People of Print.
Jonathan Barnbrook has been awarded the Grammy for Best Recording Package for his artwork for David Bowie’s ★. Via It’s Nice That.
30 years ago, Adobe launched what has been the most popular professional vector art and design software. Get nostalgic while you watch the videos Adobe released for its launch at Digital Arts.