- WHAT'S ON
More than 500 brands will be showcasing their wares and presenting new collections at this year’s London Design Week, which takes place at Chelsea Harbour.
A beautiful new show offers an insight into east London back in 1912.
A new exhibition of papercuts and ceramics reinterprets writings by 19th century design critic and architect Owen Jones.
All-girl collective Hysteria creates work inspired by the relationship between food, sex, gender and symbolism.
Dubbed ‘pub signs for the thirsty and illiterate’, illustrator Mr Gresty’s new Double Vision exhibition is a perfect marriage of drinking and design.
Anyone with an interest in album artwork, design and music could do far worse than to head to new event Cover Club next week.
A new show at the Royal College of Art aims to ‘explore the indistinct spaces which lie between chatter and silence’.
A new show at KK Outlet entitled The Set Up explores the darker side of fashion shoots.
New work to go on show in east London from designers working in screen-printing.
With a line-up featuring Neville Brody, Marina Willer, Tom Hingston and Richard Turley, this year’s Offset festival is a definite highlight of the 2014 creative calendar.