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.
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
July's book covers showcase a "real breadth of aesthetic", says Danny Arter.