A new David Lynch photography exhibition opens for the first time in Europe this week, showing a series of black and white studies of abandoned and derelict factories.
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The cover for the White Lies album Big TV has been announced as the winner of Art Vinyl’s ninth Best Artwork award.
The humble book has received a makeover inspired by the lessons learned from the digital world.
As part of her endeavour to capture the essence of water environmentalist artist Elizabeth Ogilvie has produced Out of Ice, a piece of work that blends design, architecture, art and
Textiles by Andy Warhol, Henri Matisse and Vorticist artists are to go on show, examining the interaction of home furnishings and high art.
Iconic artist and director Derek Jarman’s relationship with London is to be celebrated in a new show that will screen a number of his rarely-seen Super 8 films.
A new scheme in Barking, east London, is offering shop owners the chance to have their shops revamped by professional artists.
SomeOne has rebranded PR consultancy Bell Pottinger, harnessing what SomeOne co-founder David Law called the ‘power of understatement and confidence in elegance’.
Sweden’s Icehotel has returned for its 24th year complete, with an array of new designs for its selection of suites.
Bulletproof has revamped the packaging for Cadbury’s hot drink range.
At a new Royal Academy show, touching the artwork on show is not only allowed, but encouraged.
Red Bee Media is aiming to inspire support for the resurgence of Abu Dhabi by reinventing Abu Dhabi Media, one of the Middle East’s fastest growing media organisations.