Jam: Tokyo-London is the follow up to the London Barbican’s 1996 exhibition of cutting-edge London style. Part of the Japan Festival UK 2001, Jam, designed by Shin and Tomoko Azumi, celebrates innovation in fashion, graphics, photography, digital media and music in Tokyo and London. Booth-Clibborn is publishing a book, edited by Jam curator Liz Farrelly and designed by Made Thought, to coincide with the show opening in London on 10 May and Tokyo in February 2002.
As the car brand redesigns its logo for the first time since 2001, we look back at how Mini’s identity has changed over the last five decades.
The AI research team now forms part of Google’s Beijing office, and will be working with the tech company’s engineering teams.
A new report by financial consultancy Brand Finance looks at the potential financial impact of forcing big companies such as Pepsi Co and Coca-Cola to have non-branded packaging.
Games and augmented reality features for children sit alongside artificial intelligence features for parents, who can ask questions to find out about their child’s progress.