A new exhibition at the William Morris Gallery showcases work from the Society of Designer Craftsmen.
The Conference of the Birds is a beautiful graphic novel that places a 12th Century Persian epic poem firmly into the 21st Century.
The best in British ballgown design - coming soon to the V&A.
A new event focused on art and design in Leeds.
A celebration of design and paper from GF Smith.
Charity posters reimagine songs about change.
Our weekly round-up of things we like on the Design Week news desk.
A new show treats books as a work of art.
Getting under the skin of some iconic Olympics projects.
Irked by the lack of support available to graduates, chums Kate Brewer and Eden Asfaha decided to take matters into their own hands, creating the cute, alliterative Look Like Love initiative.
It seems nobody’s saying who designed what anymore; the Royal College of Art sells secret postcards and Universal Records is selling secret vinyl, now St Martins students are selling secret posters.
The Victoria and Albert museum has announced a hefty sound design programme, with ‘show and tells’ from sound designers as part of its Digital Design Drop In, and a sound design workshop with its sound artist in residence Jason Singh.
In 1859 the Galápagos Islands inspired Charles Darwin’s theory of natural selection. Now they’ve inspired Marcus Coates to dress as a blue-footed booby bird to observe human behaviour.
Osborne Pike’s Steve Osborne looks at how packaging can harness new technologies.
The Southbank Centre is putting Indian design high on the agenda of its Alchemy Festival of South Asian Culture this month.