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While it's only open for a few more days, the ICA in London's small exhibition on the work of gallerist and book designer John Cheim is well worth a visit...
In a series of stunt-based ads, Volvo Trucks has shown a woman tightrope-walking between two moving trucks, a truck taking part in a bull run in Spain, and has even persuaded the company president, Claes Nilsson, to stand on a truck hung 20 metres Gothenburg harbour. Show More Summary
Art Vinyl has announced the nominations for this year's Best Art Vinyl Award. The overall winner will be decided by a public vote, which opens today.
CR's pick of exhibitions, design events and creative activities for the week ahead including Resurrecting the Book conference at the new Birmingham Library, The Age of Collage in Berlin, enter the world of Paul Smith at the Design Museum...Show More Summary
Nashville's Hatch Show Print is a 134 year-old letterpress print shop that has found a way to turn the challenges of our digital world to its advantage
Design agency Fivefootsix is auctioning ping pong bats designed by illustrators and creatives to raise money for Children in Need.
Sainsbury's has launched a Christmas campaign with a difference: a 50-minute long documentary by Oscar-winning director Kevin McDonald, made up of footage sent in by the public...
Hype for Type founder Alex Haigh has launched a new version of the site and a set of exclusive fonts from designers including Vault49, Sawdust and Alex Trochut.
Spencer Murphy's post-race portrait of a mud-spattered and exhausted Katie Walsh has won the National Portrait Gallery's Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize. The image of the Irish jockey was taken for Channel 4's The Original Extreme Sport campaign, at Kempton Park Racecourse.
Digital design agency Söderhavet has launched a new visual identity for Sweden.
Students and graduates of the Royal College of Art's School of Communications have designed a set of Christmas cards for Tate.
The new John Lewis Christmas ad was a huge collaborative effort between teams in the UK and the US. CR talks to Elliot Dear, co-director on the spot with Yves Geleyn, about how it was done.
The legendary Margaret Calvert talks type, roadsigns and the designer's responsibility to the public in this interview from Design Indaba TV filmed after her talk at AGI Open
It's slightly surprising to discover that this ad from Fallon London for Cadbury's is the brand's first ever Christmas-themed campaign. And it's a lovely one, with a group of kids waking up to find that their street has been wrapped in Christmas paper.
This house is not what it seems. Viewed from one angle it looks white, from another it's black. And those marble walls are actually made of paper
John Lewis has released its Christmas ad today, and it's a heartwarming animated tale about a bear who has never experienced Christmas, because he is always in hibernation. This year though, his friend the hare wakes him up with a present...
The Rio 2016 Organising Committee has unveiled the design of the pictograms for the next Olympic Games. For the first time, all Olympic and Paralympic sports are individually represented
This week's round-up of new advertising features a VW spot where you can choose the style of soundtrack you want to hear, a SNCF campaign featuring doors that serve as portals to other cities, and a sentimental film for Skype, alongside a series of illustrated gifs, a clutch of new TV spots, and some good old-fashioned posters. I know, we can scarcely believe it either.
The Independent revealed a new look today, the result of a three month-long project from designer Matt Willey and the newspaper's in-house design team. Here, Willey and the paper's Stephen Petch and Dan Barber, talk through the changes which include a new bespoke type family and a radical masthead redesign...
CR's pick of exhibitions, design events and creative activities for the week ahead including Hatch Show Print in London, Aesthetica Short Film Festival in York, Spiegelman retrospective in New York, Photobooks Now talk from Aperture Foundation's Chris Boot in Washington, J.R. Show More Summary