Regarding Anna Richardson’s article Modern Hieroglyphics (DW 6 August), Gary Davis says, with reference to making symbols recognisable and conforming to an established standard, ‘But who makes that judgement? Not
Architect Foster & Partners has designed a new dining table – to be known as the Arc – which will be unveiled on 23 September at the Molteni & C
D&AD’s D Annual, art directed by Peter Saville and with design by graduate Luke Sanders, will be sent out as a limited edition to D&AD members later this month. A
Lighting designer Bruce Munro’s new installation Water-Towers will be unveiled at the Fuel Cell Symposium in central London, which runs from 22-24 September. Munro says that the installation, which uses
Music has created a campaign for Manchester City Football Club in the lead-up to the club’s home game against Premiership rival Arsenal on 12 September. The campaign features striker Emmanuel
The mismatch between the kind of graduates design colleges are providing and what consultancy creative heads require was highlighted again this week at D&AD’s Xchange conference for college tutors. With
Furniture designer Steve Watson will present his 2009 collection for the first time in the UK at 100% Design, which is at London’s Earls Court from 24-27 September.
Richard Horne has written and designed A is for Armageddon: An Illustrated Catalogue of Disasters. The book is published by Square Peg, priced £14.99.
High & Dry, a dish rack designed by Black & Blum, will launch next month
A pursuit is on. The soundtrack of Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Isle of the Dead rivals the silhouetted woman’s clicking heels as the camera follows her through the anonymous interior and out
The have-nots and the haveyachts will gather at the PSP Southampton Boat Show this weekend to marvel at – and in some cases actually buy – one of this year’s
With the Lib Dems looking to adopt an interventionist stance on waste reduction, Angus Montgomery explores the politics of planet-friendly packaging