Harriman Steel has created the look for top-end bike brand Kinoko Custom Cycles.
Williams Murray Hamm’s identity for communications agency Way to Blue is based on a neon artwork in the agency’s reception.
The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames is dishing out branding and digital lots worth between £300,000 and £1,000,000.
A retrospective exhibition is opening in Melbourne - plus a film is being made about TDR.
A new book showcases some dubious ‘homemade’ vinyl art direction.
Retail designers tell us their favourite examples of brands bringing the digital and the physical together.
Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design has been running a series of events under the banner ‘What’s the Point of Art School.’ What do you think is the point of art school?
With a new exhibition showing personal projects from creatives, we find out what designers get up to in their spare time.
A new exhibition at Carroll/Fletcher features propaganda-style posters of Tweets sent from around the gallery.
More than 250 artists expected to paint live in Bristol.
Work by students at the Sorrell Foundation’s National Art & Design Saturday Club is going on show.
Does creative education’s future lie outside the mainstream?
Exploring the value of non-commercial, personal projects.
Is Twitter more effective than the law at stopping copying in design?
Dragon Rouge global chief executive Jean-Baptiste Danet is inspired by his (rather unusual) desk.
The DBA’s John Scarrott looks at the pros and cons of working with family-run businesses.
In digital design, genuine collaboration between designers, developers and their clients is good for all three parties, says Brand Perfect editor Neil Ayres.