A great eye for great graphics means finding inspirational imagery and fun fonts everywhere, whether it’s neon sign graveyards, crumbling matchbox covers or cutting-edge artwork. Tees and tags, watch out.

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3 London stores that will feed your print and pattern habit

From Saira shoes to the ultimate lifestyle store, this London retail hotspots are the perfect way to celebrate your love of pattern.

Emojis: Transcending borders through a universal visual language

Guest contributor Nicolas Loufrani, CEO of The Smiley Company, discuss The Emoji Movie and the universal power of the visual language.

Orla Kiely exhibition

Orla Kiely exhibition coming to London’s Fashion & Textile Museum

Calling all pattern and print fans! Irish designer Orla Kiely has announced plans for an exhibition at the Fashion & Textile Museum in Summer 2018

The untold story behind the emoji- World Emoji Day

Guest contributor Nicolas Loufrani, CEO of The Smiley Company, celebrates World Emoji Day by explaining the rise of smiley icons over words.

Chinese Creatives To Watch: BMAL

WGSN caught up with Shenzhen based illustrator BMAL, an emerging talent to watch to talk about his work and China’s current creative scene.

From Calvin Klein to Gap: Fashion’s love affair with logos

Fashion logo design is a key calling card. Consumers engage with and identify your brand through its logo. But as you grow, should your logo evolve?

3 Of Our Favourite Illustrators Exploring The Great Outdoors

A new wave of graphics that celebrates the Great Outdoors is being driven by talented illustrators hailing from the US. WGSN's Print & Graphics team reports

The Wonderful World of Camille Walala

Meet Camille Walala: the print artist taking London, Instagram and the world by storm. WGSN's Isabel Wharton finds out more.

Eye-catching Modernist Illustrations by Stephen Baker

We recently stumbled across the eye-catching pop illustrations by Melbourne based artist & creative, Stephen Baker.

Florals Fade into Darkness in Simone Truong’s Dream-like Prints

Simone Truong's dripping blooms melt into the abyss for a surreal twist on classic florals.

Fresh Typography Play by Amy Woodside

Fascinated by the beauty of typography, Amy Woodside uses bold sans serif fonts to screen print word plays and abstract letterforms.

First Wallpaper Collection by Eley Kishimoto

Known for their vibrant graphics and dynamic pattern designs, London-based creative duo Eley Kishimoto have launched their first wallpaper collection, which consists of 12 unique designs …