01 April 2010

Cheryl Giovannoni featured in Stylist magazine

Design’s own stylista

The Tube journey home is never that enthralling after a long day at the office, so I always like a good read to pass the time. When I picked up

Booty bag

Bags of talent

Although street artist Ben Eine is more used to daubing unwanted paint on London’s shop fronts, this week he has been commissioned to create an installation in the window of 

Holly Wales

Sketch it big

The work of the commercial artist or illustrator is destined to only ever be seen in its final, complete and signed-off state. ’It exists within a context divorced from us

Pulp Paper

The right fibre

To make an impact in a world dominated by online media, paper has to trade on its special properties. Anna Richardson considers the latest trends in terms of tactility, colour

How many ways can you draw an apple

A fair exchange

The very idea of social innovation undermines conventional marketing practice, forcing designers to face up to the challenges of user-generated content and ill-defined briefs. Gina Lovett explores the approaches of

Profile: Kibisi

Danish industrial design trio Kibisi aims to create products that are cool enough to be both commercial and ’culturally significant’. Two of the co-founders talk to Anna Richardson about the

Voxpop

The art versus design debate has presumably been resolved with his appointment – surely in favour of design? – so he should concentrate on communication, the other word in his

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