Great Typefaces Created by Students

12 great typefaces created by graphic design students In association with

When it comes to typefaces, every graphic designer struggles with choosing the right…

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Interview with Paula Scher

 By Christopher Barker, Thursday December 07 2017 We’re not afraid to say Paula Scher is one of the most influential graphic designers in the world. In fact, we insist on it, so ahead of her appearance at Semi Permanent Sydney 2018, we gave her…

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Graphic Design in 2018

Design in 2018 – what will graphic design look like?

As part of our series on the future of design in 2018, Standards Manual and Order co-founder Hamish Smyth looks at what will happen in graphics over the next 12 months.

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Design Competition to Stop Plastic Pollution

The competition was launched earlier this year by The Ellen MacArthur Foundation, and will see the winners receive over £700,000 in prize money to develop concepts such as seaweed-based, edible packaging.

The New Plastics Economy Innovation Prize has announced the winners of a competition to rethink the design and materials…

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Watch: Creative Mornings with Tim Allen

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Virginia Tech’s “driverless’ Van

Virginia Tech’s “driverless” van is steered by a man dressed as a car seat Driverless-vehicle testing usually involves…

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Objectspace Gallery Reinvents Itself

Objectspace gallery reinvents itself as an architecture and design destination

Objectspace director Kim Paton stands by Future Islands, the first exhibition to show in Objectspace’s new gallery.

Design Futures

A bold new public destination for architecture,…

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What Young Designers Need to Learn

What young designers need to learn  Warren and Mahoney principal Scott Compton shares views on the creative process – and what young designers need to learn.

Learning to fly

Life has…

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It’s Not Over Until You Say It’s Over

Floyd Norman: It’s Not Over Until You Say It’s Over

Disney’s first African-American artist was forced into retirement in 2001 at age 65. But that hasn’t stopped the 81-year-old from continuing to create.

Animator Floyd Norman’s childhood dream of working…

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Not Your Average Book Store

Odd as it may seem, we believe that bookstores are coming back. Yes, books are one of the easiest items to buy online and various reading devices have made printed…

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