Magazine publisher Future has launched a new bi-monthly magazine called Computer Arts Collection.
Future said the 226-page magazine, which launches on 8 December, would be the ‘definitive guide to graphic design, typography, illustration, branding, photography and advertising”.
The new launch is the latest in Future’s stable of products from design magazine Computer Arts, established in 1994.
Each edition will include a 48-page studio project guest-edited by a different design studio every issue, produced for Computer Arts Collection.
Other regulars include a 20-page trend report from trend-forecasting agency FranklinTill, a talent directory and a 30-page folio showcasing news designs.
Editor Nick Carson said: “Computer Arts Collection will inspire you throughout the year, but this is much more than just a coffee table book.
‘Invaluable insights from your fellow designers will help your own client briefs run more smoothly, while our specially commissioned Trend Report will ensure your studio stays ahead of the curve where it matters.”
Fiona Tully, Publisher of Computer Arts, added: ‘There is a gap in the market for a publication that’s both inspirational and informative, something with substance as well as style.
‘We’ve been delighted by the positive response from readers and the industry alike who have bought into the concept and supported the new launch by investing from issue one.’
Computer Arts Collection will be priced at £15.