A visual overview of the innovative covers that have put Penguin Classics at the forefront of the book design world
An awesome-looking cheat sheet that helps you turn your own body into a measuring device.
Twenty commemorative postage stamps — with four respective stamp designs — celebrating the 50th anniversary of the original Star Trek television series.
Four t-shirts that each represent a positive concept — something much needed in today’s world.
A new book examining the computer’s lasting impact on the field of design.
A new typeface designed for text, text, and nothing but text.
An upcoming book about the work of American graphic designer Herb Lubalin.
Three beautiful playing card decks by three awesome designers.
A book of punk rock gig posters reinterpreted in Swiss modernist style.
A book featuring advice, stories, anecdotes, and interviews from some of the world’s best designers
A hand-drawn map of Mars that combines the romance of ancient maps with modern data about the Red Planet’s geographical features and humanity’s rover landings there.
A new typeface rooted in the traditions of typewriting but designed for modern designers and developers.
A luxurious and portable chess set with rollable leather board and interlocking stainless steel game pieces.
Enamel pins for fans of The Dark Knight.
This would make a great Christmas gift for the Royals fan in your life.
The tenth and final installment of Nicholas Felton’s yearly, wonderfully designed lifelog infographics.
As Aaron Draplin himself put it: “Add some more color to that office, living room, shop, school room or wherever you might need a little blast of thick lines. These will do the job!”