The Royal College of Art hosts its summer exhibition, Like Nowhere Else, comprising four shows of contemporary work by postgraduate artists and designers. Animation, product design, industrial design engineering, interaction
EXHIBITIONS Photographs of Trees and Snow is the first UK photography display by Iranian artist and film-maker Abbas Kiarostami and continues until 19 June. Venue: Victoria & Albert Museum, Cromwell
Having attended a number of industry events recently, there still seems to be a habit of referring to ‘design’ as if it is a thing. This implies it is a
The Royal College of Art has appointed Tony Dunne as Professor and head of department of interaction design. He replaces Professor Irene McAra-McWilliam, who is now a business fellow at
The All England Lawn Tennis Club at Wimbledon next month opens a premium retail store, created by Mather & Co, with DHA Design, 1977 and Big Studio Glass Design.
Last year Internet shopping overtook mail order catalogues as the most popular form of home shopping for the first time ever. The days of the catalogue ‘big book’ may be
Digital design consultancy Egovision has created a website, www.ong-bak.co.uk, and on-line marketing for the theatrical release of martial arts film Ong-Bak, which opens this Friday.
Furniture with exuberant pattern stood out on a few stands at this year’s Milan fair. John Stones rounds up new work that dares to be pretty
Thorne Creative has designed the 2004-5 annual review for mental health charity Revolving Doors Agency. The body claims to be the only UK charity dedicated to helping people who are
Lambie-Nairn has refreshed Sainsbury’s brand communications, replacing the primary Living Orange colour with a softer shade of orange, alongside a broader palette. The consultancy was appointed to the task last
A collaborative design team consisting of Land Design Studio, Wilkinson Eyre Architects and Pringle Brandon has been appointed to produce a permanent museum on-board the 16th century relic battleship the
A debate at the Design Council last week revisited the idea of new business models for design. The event, called Value your Work, sought to bring together consultancies that have