When the frustration and reality of Donald Trump being President of America is constantly on your mind, you have no choice but to create a fortune cookie series to remind the world of his prophecies. That's what Henry Hargreaves did in retaliation to the President's often absurd and surreal messaging. Read more
Before Netflix, Instagram and the internet existed a world of futuristic design and computing simplicity that paved the way for the device you are most likely reading this from. Now treasured art in museums, James Ball takes us on a glorious animated journey through this era. Read more
The obituaries in Libération are legendary. When a famous person dies, especially an artist, the best front pages in the world are those of Libé. On these occasions, the newspaper offers a poetic, distinctive portrait. Get an idea what our book Newspaper Design – Editorial Design from the World's Best Newsrooms is about. Read more
Designing the news is and has always been a science—a unique blend of carefully chosen words and images. Newspaper Design brings the science to life by telling the story of editorial innovations and the creatives behind them.
Mario Garcia is one of the world’s most famous leaders in design for newspapers. Known for his WED philosophy—one in which writing, editing, and design play equally important roles—Garcia is one of the designers profiles in our new book Newspaper Design. We caught up with him ahead of the book’s release. Read more
Inspired by his fast-paced life in the city, photographer Alexis Pichot decided to retreat into the woods to re-connect with his spirits and discover a hidden world. Read more