New idents developed by 4Creative and ManvsMachine pay homage to moments of cinematic history.
The Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art gallery will display work by fine-art jewellers from the 1970s to the present day.
GSC seeks interactive consultancy for ‘hands-on’ exhibits, which can teach adults and children about the science and engineering behind a low carbon future.
We look at how the British Heart Foundation took influences from sports brand Nike to create a unified and focused new position.
We talk to DesignStudio founders Paul Stafford and Ben Wright about building a consultancy and maintaining design integrity.
Design Week Awards 2014
The Tomorrow Project, which aims to tackle youth unemployment, has scooped the top prize.
4c Design has worked with Grant Douglas, who has cerebral palsy, to create a spoon that can ‘transform mealtimes for people with shaky hands’.
The Michelin Man? The Cadbury Bunny? Designers tell us about their favourite brand characters.
Designers tell us of some classic identities and personal favourites that play tricks on the eye or are imbued with symbolism.
The Design Museum is holding an exhibition of key John Lewis products to mark the store’s 150th anniversary. What do you think is the best designed household object from the past 150 years?
Cardiff-born, Bristol-based printmaker Molly Goldwater presents a series of new works in her birth city.
Guardian photographer David Levene’s Eyewitness photographs are going on show at Foyles.
Illustrator and artist Leonie Lachlan is undertaking a printmaking residency at the Brutalist east London tower before its renovation.
The London Design Festival is just over two weeks away and this year’s event has an intriguing mix of cross-disciplinary events.
Here are some of my favourite examples of negative space, hidden meaning and humour in logo design.
We look at examples of design going ‘beyond the graphics’ and getting to the heart of business.
The DBA’s John Scarrott talks to a consultancy owner to turned around a free-pitch proposal.
Jon Daniel talks to Harrison Fraser’s Carolyne Hill about breaking into the industry and being inspired by Pop Art and pop-ups.
Oldham tells us about working at five years old, wanting his books to be banned and a regrettable purchase of a season ticket for Barnsley FC.