Exhibition

Ambiguously Yours: Gender in Hong Kong Popular Culture, by Napp Studio

Napp Studio has worked on the design for a recent exhibition exploring androgyny and gender fluidity in Hong Kong popular culture. Ambiguously Yours featured 90 exhibits looking at gender representation in everything from Cantopop and fashion to film and graphic design. Grey was chosen as the main colour in the exhibition space, with the aim […]

Time for Outrage! campaign, by various

Creatives including Jake and Dinos Champan and John Cooper Clarke have created a series of posters for a global campaign called Time for Outrage! The campaign is based on the book Indignez-Vous! (Time for Outrage!) by the late author and French Resistance member Stéphane Hessel, and asks artists and members of the public to express […]

Brutalist Supergraphics, by ECE Architecture and Creative Forager

ECE Architecture has teamed up with designer Creative Forager to create a 1,000m2 typographic mural on a brutalist, multistorey car park in Worthing, UK. The reimagined car park has been spray-painted in an array of bright colours by street artist Ricky Also, who went through roughly 600 cans of spray paint in seven days to […]

Power, by Morag Myerscough

Designer Morag Myerscough has created a new public art commission celebrating Battersea Power Station. Made from marine plywood panels and painted in Myerscough’s signature brightly coloured style, Power sits at the entryway to Battersea Power Station, South London. It takes inspiration from the details on the original art deco doors seen in the directors’ board […]

New Designers designer of the year award, by Jake Williams

Plymouth College of Art (PCA) graduate Jake Williams has been named as the designer of the year at this year’s New Designers festival, which took place at the Business Design Centre in London. Williams studied illustration at PCA, and was awarded the designer of the year prize at the festival based on his illustrated, non-fiction […]

Metamorphis installation, by Projection Artworks

Projection Artworks has created a giant, interactive cube installation at Finsbury Avenue Square in London’s Broadgate as part of the area’s Life Meets Tech summer campaign. The cube is comprised of a digital LED screen showcasing different visual artworks, and static mirrored panels that reflect the surrounding environment of the square. Metamorphis is currently showcasing […]

Galvanise exhibition, by Local Heroes

Glasgow-based social enterprise Local Heroes has curated an exhibition of furniture designed by Slaps. The exhibition looks to be an “antidote to the ubiquity of minimalist design”, says Local Heroes, with the furniture also designed to withstand the Scottish weather. Glasgow duo Slaps has created the Calm Tree and Glasgow-Rella seats, both of which are […]

Totally Thames festival, by various

Totally Thames – an annual festival celebrating the River Thames – is set to return to London this September with a series of events including installations, exhibitions, screenings and performances. This year’s programme is based around the issue of plastic pollution in rivers and oceans, and includes an installation by artist Maria Arceo called Future […]

Rado Star Prize shortlist, by various

Watchmaker Rado and London Design Festival tradeshow Designjunction have announced the shortlisted designs for the inaugural edition of the Rado Star Prize UK. Young designers from all over the country were asked to submit a range of projects spanning interior, industrial and technology design. All of the projects respond to the theme of “Design Meets […]

D&AD New Blood Festival, by various

The Old Truman Brewery in East London has opened its doors for the 2017 edition of the D&AD New Blood Festival. The festival is showcasing some of the best creative work from more than 1,000 students at design colleges and universities all over the country. Spread across two days, the festival will also see talks […]

National Gallery of Ireland rebrand, by True North

Manchester-based brand consultancy True North has rebranded the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin. A new visual identity is based around the idea of “Where Ireland embraces art”, and features a graphic “N” symbol in a stencil typeface inspired by the engravings seen on the gallery building. A new website for the gallery has also […]

From Time to Time exhibition, by Nathalie du Pasquier

French artist and designer Nathalie du Pasquier is showcasing an exhibition of her works at London-based gallery Pace. From Time to Time features paintings made by Du Pasquier between 2008 and 2014, along with sculptures and drawings. The works on display explore complex arrangements of colours and forms, many of which nod to the shapes […]

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