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.
On 13 July, tens of thousands of protesters marched the streets of Central London imploring prime minister Theresa May to “Dump Trump”, as the US president made
Ex-Design Council CEO John Mathers and creative director Bill Wallsgrove have co-founded a branding consultancy, which will look to improve the creative image and strategy of charities to help them
Jones Knowles Ritchie has rebranded the charity — which helps young people from disadvantaged backgrounds get into their dream careers — with a playful, animated “o” symbol that “climbs the
Alan Bishop, former CEO at the Southbank Centre, has replaced Kampfner as head of the independent organisation, with a view to look for another chief in the long-term.