It was nice to read that two of your guest contributors chose work by the wonderful Thomas Heatherwick for their favourite pieces of public art (Voxpop, DW 27 November). Not
I agree with Jason Bruges (Voxpop, DW 27 November). Thomas Heatherwick’s B of the Bang is my favourite piece of public art, too. It’s a shame that it has been
When reviewing recent placement applications at Echo, I was reminded of a past article in Design Week concerning the small number of females in the higher echelons of consultancies. This
Is there such a thing as a bad design award? I would like to nominate the manufacturer of my three loo seats which have broken due to bad design, and
Large-scale public art symbolising regional identity is nothing new – novelist GK Chesterton predicted the idea more than a century ago, says Hugh Pearman
The Design Council plans to pair designers with university technology transfer officersto help bring scientific innovations to market. It will launch a competition early next year to find appropriate projects,
Sky and the BBC have unveiled their new Christmas idents. Designed by Sky Creative, the Sky 1, 2 and 3 idents launched on Sunday, based around a theme of three
In craftsmanship, the endorsement ‘By appointment to the Russian Imperial Court’ was a distinction without equal.
The recession needn’t be just about gloom and doom. Jonathan Sands believes that we may be entering one of the most exciting periods in our history
Ad agency Brothers & Sisters boarded a plane which performed a series of parabolic dives to film a National Geographic ident in zero gravity. What is the most dangerous situation
In April 1951, so the legend goes, Jack Kerouac turned up at his mother’s house, parked his knapsack and sat down to write the story of his meandering road trips.
Landor Associates designer Brett Stabler has created an identity and supporting materials for hypnotherapist and life coach Jack Karney.