Geometric intersecting lines, strong colours and hallucinatory compositions – it might appear that artists Dalek (pictured) and Delta have more in common than striking pseudonyms. However, although their work appears
Just doing a good job isn’t good enough any more. If you want to make a difference now, you have to be brilliant at what you do, says Rod Petrie
There is often a fine line between aligning your product with major consumer trends and blatant plagiarism of somebody else’s work, so how can you make sure you avoid infringement?
A smart hotel concept with a quality touch or two – iconic furniture, perhaps, or a more iconoclastic flea-market approach – can work wonders in the budget arena. Anna Richardson
The illustrations of Rohan Daniel Eason have the precision of Aubrey Beardsley’s line drawings, coupled with a dark fairy-tale twist. Dominic Lutyens enters the haunting world of the artist’s new
Thomas Heatherwick’s B of the Bang in Manchester is being taken down and the spikes recycled. What do you think would be a fitting new use for the sculpture?
I was saddened to hear the fate of Thomas Heatherwick’s iconic sculpture in Manchester, and feel sure the sculpture can be usefully recycled somehow. I think the spikes should be
Regarding the Royal Society of Art’s Design & Society manifesto, there was no consultation ‘process’. The RDIs have been calling for a sympathetic exchange of ideas and expertise for some
Sorry, but your piece on the Royal Designers for Industry, and their criticism of the Royal Society of Arts’ Design & Society manifesto (News, DW 6 August) just sounds like