Updated: This is the desktop most designers and artists would love to own. But does it deliver and justify the workstation-grade price?
Expect to see solitude, fantasy, a new masculinity – and a heads up – shades of purple are in. Move over millennial pink.
Advice, tips and insight into working with art directors, sticking to briefs and what you can bring to the table.
Is this perfectly calculated eyesore humorous, or a step too far?
Billelis says he wouldn’t be working for Nike or Red Bull if it wasn’t for his thousands of followers on the likes of Instagram and Behance. Here’s how you can do the same.
Find inspiration, skills and the chance to meet some like-minded people.
If you’re an artist and your work has been published in UK books, magazines or TV – you could be entitled to to thousands of pounds. What are you waiting for.
While illustrating the honest angst of being in your 20s, Julia addresses mental health in a way many don’t know how to.
Wacom’s new model isn't for creatives. It's designed for business transactions, educational notes and to digitise medical paperwork.
Illustrator Juan Esteban Rodriguez on creating highly detailed official film posters for Star Wars and The Lord of the Rings
Juan creates officially licensed posters for Warner Brothers & Lucasfilm, as well as a range of finely textured line work that will transport you into another world.
Ben the Illustrator surveyed 1,261 illustrators worldwide and found 80 percent say they can't live 'sustainably' from illustration.
Mercedes shared her portraits on Pinterest and Tumblr, and was given her first commission a few months later. She now works for Warner Brothers and Penguin Random House among other publications.
Take a look at some of the biggest logo redesigns of 2017, and now 2018 – including the Guardian's new masthead design, Formula 1, YouTube, Converse & more.
Self-taught illustrator Antonio left the world of advertising to go freelance, honing his of geometric shapes and textures.
Illustrator Edel Rodriguez on creating those famous Donald Trump magazine cover artworks for Der Spiegel and Time
The artist tell us about creating powerful cover illustrations that have been widely shared – and how growing up in Cuba made him want to use visual imagery to warn others about the dangers of US becoming a totalitarian state.
TIME starts the year with Trump and a head of fiery hair, reflecting the president's angry responses and rhetoric from his first year in office.
The unforgiving grey concrete texture, repeated patterns and monochrome palettes are back in the form of wallpaper.
A rare insight into the reclusive, state-run country.
The latest version of Final Cut Pro X has some new features of great appeal to editors, even if you're not editing next-generation formats like 8K and 360 video for VR.
Aiste has been dubbed one of 2018’s up-and-coming illustrators, recently signed with boutique agency Grand Matter, and moved to Berlin to get "involved in the creative scene".
In his latest UK exhibition, the acclaimed British artist will showcase new paintings observing pre and post operative states of cosmetic surgery.
It also has improved battery life and visual quality and a Wacom-powered pen with 4,096 pressure levels.