Chelsea College of Art and Design graduate Danda Jaroljmek created this glass and stainless steel box for a temporary installation for Greenpeace, which is campaigning against nuclear testing in China this year. Images of last year’s French nuclear testing are projected on the sides. These appear and disappear as the viewer moves around the coffin symbolising, wait for it, the invisible killer – radiation. The coffin has won the Michael Anthony Homes award for social architecture. Hmmm. As in architecture for the common people? What can it all mean?
The branding features a strong, typographic logo based on the designer’s initials, and a “clashing” colour palette of beige and pink.
Last week, we wrote about a new retrospective on graphic designer Nigel Waymouth, whose psychedelic work graced the album covers of Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix during the 1960s. Now,
Illustrator and designer Ben Tallon looks at how rising tuition fees are deterring budding creative students, and asks whether short courses could be just as valuable.
The organisation’s ongoing Design in the Public Sector programme will focus on addressing lifestyle issues such as smoking through prevention methods as part of a 16-week course.