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For its final show in its current home, Kemistry Gallery is showing work by prolific illustrator Jullien.
Artists, writers, academics and politicians are coming together for a three-day event in London to explore the future of graffiti.
After making its debut in the summer, Sheffield Design Week is back (sort of) with a series of events coming up this weekend.
International examples of using service design to improve public services will feature at a conference in Cardiff next January.
The Cass at London Metropolitan University is holding an exhibition to reflect on 50 years of furniture making.
Blanchard’s bold mixed media show brings together painterly, illustrative and collage styles.
The exhibition focusses on drawings of architects to show plans, studies of buildings made on their travels and art to supplement their income.
A new show presents a vibrant and flamboyant study of women by Lynnie Zulu.
Designers including Paul Priestman, Dominic Wilcox and Bethan Wood have created miniature rooms for a new doll’s house exhibition set to open at the V&A Museum of Childhood in London.
Artworks from Kristjana S Williams, Hvass&Hannibal, Edward Carvalho-Monaghan and others.