The Bookseller's creative editor Danny Arter on how the rise of the ‘book as object’ has coincided with a print renaissance and why its pioneers... Read more
Philip Jones on how the “designer bookshop” is becoming central to how high streets are reinventing themselves in the 21st century.
Eleanor Crow’s paintings depicting iconic London shopfronts has been collected in print in a title that Batsford says is a eulogy to independent shops and... Read more
A design studio that turned to book publishing, and made a mark with its Russian Criminal Tattoos series, has more Soviet-themed treats up its sleeve... Read more
With the publishing sector's big guns mostly rolled out to capture some pre-Christmas hype, November is something of a quieter month in terms of notable... Read more
October's cover designs include a number imported from the US.
A spectacular lift-the-flap journey is brought to life by Tom Clohosy-Cole’s illustrations, which some readers may recognise from an expansive digital animation that accompanied a... Read more
Danny Arter takes a look at September's best cover designs.
Two redrawn alphabets were the starting point for Bloomsbury Modern Classics’ 10-strong launch list, with each title sporting the work of a unique international illustrator... Read more
August's cover design picks fly in the face of the recent trend for hand-lettered typefaces: staunch and all-caps is the order of the day/month, with... Read more