The AIGA has announced the winners of its annual 50 Books / 50 Covers competition for books published in 2019.
One of Rembrandt van Rijn's most iconic paintings The Night Watch is currently undergoing restoration at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
In another example of how the constraints of the pandemic are fostering creativity, artist Claire Salvo is creating edible versions of artworks.
Designer Cyril Diagne has developed an augmented reality app that can copy objects from the real world and paste them into a Photoshop document.
Biologist David Goodsell has been creating scientifically accurate paintings of the structures of cells, molecules, and, yes, viruses.
Jennifer Baer of the "Coronavirus Tourism Bureau" made some travel posters designed to get you interested in staying inside.
José Manuel Ballester's Concealed Spaces project reimagines iconic works of art without the people in them.
From the State Library of Florida comes a collection of more than 600 crate labels used by the citrus and vegetable industries.
The design is a perfect illustration of Draplin’s design style — it’s got that Spirit of ‘76 thing going on but is also solidly contemporary.