Art terrorism is alive and well and living in London’s Soho. Commercial website Britart.com has pulled on its balaclava and hit the streets of London to promote its website and try to answer the age-old question: if you stick a label on something, is it art? Pavements, lamp posts, and the like are all victims of its gallery-style ‘artalizer’ plaques, complete with blindingly obvious descriptions. Britart has even created stickers for useless household objects, such as chairs, fridges and boyfriends.
AGL works with high-profile people such as Kate Middleton and David Cameron to boost their public-speaking and communication skills – its new identity looks to celebrate the beauty of grammar
The app, which allows users to write notes on a smartphone or computer in many different forms, has been given a refined visual identity focused on an updated elephant symbol,
Figures show that 103,655 students took maths this year, while 51,900 took art, design and technology subjects.
Visit an interactive installation inspired by the Windrush Generation at Somerset House, head to Stockholm for a design festival and more this month.