Ever since we began championing the work of those we find exceptionally talented, exciting and ambitious we've always thought about launching a printed edition. We are avid fans of print and love the idea of communicating with a difference audience to spread the word of those we admire further. So, at the end of 2018 we decided to get our

Kansas City based, Design Ranch, are one of our favourite creative studios. Their bold approach and forward-thinking solutions always inspires us so when we saw one of their recent projects for the Charlotte Street Foundation, we knew we had to share it with you. Design Ranch we commissioned to create an identity that the qualities of the brand including encouraging

Starting in 2017, the first Print Stuff fair brought together a host of creatives from multiple genres including illustration, photography, textiles and printmaking. Celebrating the industry we adore, Print Stuff championed independent makers and doers, giving them a platform to connect with the like-minded and a welcome opportunity to raise awareness of their work. Print Stuff is now back for

We believe in celebrating young, ambitious talent and by providing a visual voice across a community of like-minded people we aim to inspire connections, instigate collaborations and drive future growth. We understand how important it is to recognise, support and invest in talent so we have designed a series called the Creators of Tomorrow. This long-term project will allow us

Books that celebrate the cuisine of the world can sometimes be diluted by celebrity endorsements. TV chefs, weight loss warriors and reality stars flood what is actually a very informative and well presented market. So, we thought we'd dig a little deeper and soak up food bibles that were not only considerably well written but beautifully designed to help you

One of the most incredible things we get to do is search and share the creative world for new makers and doers. This allows us to continually be exposed to techniques, processes and trends but what really drives us is young, ambitious people. We aren't that interested in the traditional rules of 'good' creativity or the old guards attempt to

The Varley Art Gallery of Markham, proudly named for Group of Seven painter FH Varley and home to a significant collection of paintings by Canadian masters, functions as a dynamic cultural hub and inclusive space in its community. The gallery required a colorful, modern identity to reflect its vision and vibrancy and Toronto based agency, Underline Studio, were approached to

Visual design from across the world illustrates how much impact the environment has on individuals work. From the light, fluid illustrations of contributors in Seville and Melbourne to the deeper, darker graphics of those based in cities such as Berlin and Paris. It's a fascinating insight into how creativity can change and adapt depending on what surrounds us. So when we