Want to read intelligent, in-depth articles about design, get insight from leading creatives and go behind-the-scenes of real-world design projects? Computer Arts Collection is a six-part annual series of 200-page volumes, available in both print and digital formats, dealing with the six core topics of graphic design, typography, illustration, branding, photography and advertising.
Volume 3 of the Collection, focusing on illustration, has just been released and is available to buy now in both print and digital formats. Highlights include:
- A guest-edited studio project, complete with accompanying video diaries, courtesy of ilovedust (opens in new tab) - the studio responsible for the famous interior visuals of MEATliquor (opens in new tab). The project sees the studio continue its collaboration with the burger chain by creating a range of chaotic, stained glass window-inspired graphics for MEATmission.
- An unmissible 20-page trend report looking at the latest movements to shape the illustration scene, produced exclusively by leading forecasting agency FranklinTill.
- The director of the Association of Illustrators (opens in new tab) looks at how changing rights and diversifying markets are affecting the new generation of illustrators
- Renowned Finnish fashion illustrator Laura Laine explains the creative process behind her dark, whimsical images
- Creatives reveal all about the past year's most inspiring illustration projects, including Kate Moross' oversized mural for the Google Big Tent event in NYC
You can buy the print version here (opens in new tab), while the digital edition is available on the Apple Newsstand (US edition (opens in new tab) or UK edition (opens in new tab)) and Zinio (international (opens in new tab)).
Subscriptions and back issues to the series are also available - you'll find full details of both the Computer Arts Collection and the regular monthy Computer Arts magazine here (opens in new tab).