SPY Studio has created a campaign for the the National Lottery Good Causes for its 20th anniversary. The campaign image is inspired by ”Where’s Wally” and includes brass band musicians
An exhibition looking at the history of abstract art over the last 100 years has opened at the Whitechapel Gallery.
A new experimental project will bring together image-making, live music and vinyl pressing at the end of the month.
The Photographers’ Gallery will host an exhibition called Human Rights Human Wrongs, examining photojournalism and its humanitarian context.
Our most-read stories of the week 1. Aesop Agency has designed a personal identity for British tennis player Andy Murray, which will initially appear on his court bag and training T-shirts
Aesop Agency has designed a personal identity for British tennis player Andy Murray, which will initially appear on his court bag and training T-shirts before rolling out across a range
Prophet has rebranded Swedish appliances company Electrolux, creating a new typographic identity anchored by a bespoke typeface which has been inspired by the Electrolux mark.
Samsung has hired Don tae Lee as its new global design team leader – Don was formerly co-president of Tangerine, the studio where Apple design chief Sir Jony Ive kick-started
Once in a while a statistic will come along that encapsulates how important the design industry is. This week we learned from Government figures that last year design contributed £3.1
The owner of a 3D printing company who was undergoing surgery has instructed doctors on where his kidney stone was by printing a model of his own kidney.
Royal Mail has launched a set of Alice in Wonderland-themed special stamps to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the story’s publication.
Record label Warp has launched a new website design, following its 25th anniversary last year.