Hallie Bateman's work has been published by The New Yorker, The New York Times, Buzzfeed and more. And though she never had formal training in illustration, she received powerful advice to "draw every day"—and since she began illustration she's done just that, becoming a prolific artist who knows no bounds.
In the latest installment of Three Degrees of Inspiration, explore work by Stuart Geddes, James Langdon & Gavin Wade.
We're celebrating Harry Potter Design! The beloved book series turned 20 today. Check out some of our favorite interpretations from around the world.
In the latest edition of 3 Degrees of Inspiration, explore work by Weiyi Li, Benjamin Critton and Wayne Daly.
Theo Rosendorf took part in a Q&A to discuss typography, what designers do and do not know about typography, and being a Type Fanatic.
We continue our celebration of in-house designers with a look at how past winners of the In-House Design Awards met objectives with creative solutions.
As the days grow longer and the dark creeps in earlier and earlier, there is nothing I enjoy more than curling up on the couch with a good book and a totally over-sized mug of hot chocolate. My current obsession is the new J.J. Abrams/Doug Dorst book S.. This book is a riddle wrapped...
Oh, for the love of books, this is awesome! Designer Massimo Vignelli co-created a limited edition journal with Pentagram Design that features a selection of Mohawk papers and explains Vignelli’s approach to book design. My not-so-inner nerd is pretty excited about this. As part of Mohawk’s “What Will You Make Today” campaign, Pentagram and...
Let it be known that I love me some Quentin Tarantino. Despite the often cringe-worthy, super-graphic displays of over-the-top violence, I get sucked into his movies every time. This is exactly why I was especially psyched to see that London-based designer Sharm Murugiah had given Tarantino a different sort of graphic treatment: turning his...
Bryony Gomez-Palacio, co-founder of UnderConsideration, conquered her inner demons when it came to illustration work and completed her first children's book.