We take a closer look at Zoran Lucić's fantastic posters for Mexico’s wrestling federation.
Alex Norris presents the hilarious adventures of a “badly drawn blob."
GraphicDesign& outline three projects that successfully support and impact mental wellbeing.
"Design thinking has now been relegated to a buzzword, the concepts of design thinking are not to be blamed." - Natasha Jen
Alice Zoo's photo story truly evokes the feeling of community.
My pieces feel more honest not only to my themes of portraying woman through a woman’s lens, but also myself as an artist.” - Amber Vittoria
Revue Faire: a magazine about graphic design that adopts an “analytical and critical posture."
Referencing medieval calligraphy as an influence, the typeface took on a unique perspective stemming from Luxeuil writing.
If there was a prize for best student paper, Zett would win it.
Grace Helmer's sketchbook paintings are quite simply beautiful.
Gudim Anton is one those illustrators who will genuinely make you laugh out loud.
“At the age of the 38 I decided to paint like it was 1989." - Alan Fears
Eric Oglander's new book documents the hilariously odd images people use when photographing mirrors to sell.
Among the lions, horses and dolphin statues prowling London’s Trafalgar Square, there’s a new beast in town.
Parker’s energetic series captures a cast of famous characters with cameras from their era.
From graphic novels to gifts from uncles, the result is a personal list of books, recounting stories from their childhood, teenage and university years.
Three years on, and Chris Simpsons depictions of creative jobs is still making us laugh / cry.
Press & Fold is a new mag which responses to an industry its creators have become bored and frustrated with.
“In my creative work, it is essential for me to constantly develop myself further." - Aurelia Peter.
Brooke’s photographs capture surreal moments where people are obscured, subsumed or lost in environments.
Nice magazine aims to present the diversity of the multiple realities in African cities.
A tantalising exchange between Saul Bass and Stanley Kubrick.
Bryan Rivera’s work is full of gritty energy.
Studio Feixen’s moving posters are some of the best we've ever seen.
This brand identity for Russia’s tourism board is spot on.
“Current cultural events include: Clown Exhumation Sunday, the mandatory annual owl eating competition and Public Shaming Day." - The Mayor of Scarfolk.
Introducing the It’s Nice That Easter Break! So we’re off for four days over here in the UK, but if you need your creative fix you should head on over to the link in our bio where...
Connection, understanding, finding friendship and kin is at the heart of Danny’s photographic practice.
We're away for a few days, but you can still get your creative fix in this article filled with our favourite, and most popular, stories of the year.
Johanna's illustrations can be perceived as an apt critique of a narcissistic culture obsessed with self-centred representations.
"It is those who are the least affected by such issues who need to be engaging in the conversation." - Tea Uglow
“We’ve thankfully surpassed the over retouched images of the 90s, we’ve all seen the rawness of analogue photography surge onto the scene." - Richard Dowker
Leaving Richard’s Valley is a world with a logic that defies understanding.
Drummies: Alice Mann documents a group of young drum majorettes as they compete across South Africa.