co-founded by designer Lucienne Roberts and design educator Rebecca Wright to advocate for what graphic design can do and why it matters. Intelligent books, vivid exhibitions and thought-provoking talks and events explore how graphic design connects with the wider world and the value that it brings. Informing, educating, entertaining, provoking – and challenging perceptions about what and who graphic design is for.

GD& Literature
The people at GraphicDesign& are performing their own salutation to [Charles Dickens] with their latest project Page 1: Great Expectations which brings together 70 leading designers and typographers and their interpretations of the first page of the novel Great Expectations. It's a wonderful idea... more from It's Nice That
editors
Lucienne Roberts
Rebecca Wright
design
LucienneRoberts+
paperback
cover in two specials
text pages in one colour
110 x 178mm
320 pages
GD& Mathematics
Golden Meaning
sold out
...a unique cross-disciplinary project, curated by boutique publishers GraphicDesign&, in which 55 of the world's top graphic designers were asked to communicate the mathematics behind the golden ratio. The results are fresh, witty and thought-provoking – providing new perspectives on an ancient theme… more from The Guardian
editors
Lucienne Roberts
Rebecca Wright
with Alex Bellos
design
LucienneRoberts+
paperback
cover in two specials and two foils
text pages in gold
110 x 178mm
288 pages
GraphicDesign& Religion
Looking Good: A visual guide to the nun's habit
sold out
Full of colour and charm, this quirky book demonstrates perfectly how graphic design can lend meaning to the most unusual of subjects…whether you are a lapsed Catholic fashion designer with a penchant for the minimal, left convent school agnostic about hem lengths but fired up by gender politics and church symbolism or have never entered a church but can't resist trying to crack a visual code… more from Grafik
editors
Lucienne Roberts
Rebecca Wright
Jessie Price
theologian
Veronica Bennett
design
LucienneRoberts+
illustration
Ryan Todd
paperback
full colour
110 x 178mm
264 pages
GraphicDesign& Health
If graphic design can save your life, it is eminently capable of killing you, too. That's the conflicted message at the heart of a powerful new exhibition at the Wellcome Collection [and accompanying book], which explore graphic design's complex relationship with health, medicine, and the world of big pharma – and the different ethical positions that designers choose to take… more from The Guardian
editors
Sarah Schrauwen
Lucienne Roberts
Rebecca Wright
design
LucienneRoberts+
paperback
cover in one special
text pages in full colour
110 x 178mm
240 pages
GraphicDesign& Politics
The Design Museum's latest exhibition, Hope to Nope, [and book of the same name] brings together some of the most notorious and memorable political designs from the past decade. Via protest banners, election campaign posters and memes – from the black flag of ISIS to Obama's 'Hope' poster – it explores the proliferation of political messaging in the age of social media and design's role in bringing about political change… more from Creative review
editors
Lucienne Roberts
David Shaw
Rebecca Wright
Margaret Cubbage
design
LucienneRoberts+
paperback
full colour
150 x 210mm
128 pages
GraphicDesign& Health
Can Graphic Design Save Your Life?
an exhibition at Wellcome Collection, 2017
… it's an understandable mistake to think that graphic design is about selling things, or making something pretty. We're coming at it from the other end, to show that it can educate and raise awareness. It's just such a core aspect of human life: we're making a claim for the value of graphic design… more from Eye on Design
originated by
GraphicDesign&
curated by
Lucienne Roberts
Rebecca Wright
Shamita Sharmacharja
art direction and 2d design
LucienneRoberts+
3d design
Universal Design Studio
GraphicDesign& Politics
Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008–18
an exhibition at The Design Museum, 2018
Graphic design might not provide salvation from the world's woes, but it can certainly try, as a new exhibition of the last decade in politicised posters, placards and memes shows in kaleidoscopic colour… more from The Guardian
originated by
GraphicDesign&
curated by
Lucienne Roberts
David Shaw
Margaret Cubbage
with
Rebecca Wright
art direction and 2d design
LucienneRoberts+
3d design
Dyvik Kahlen