Paul West: Imagination
If Design Week covered all the summer design degree shows, there would be no room in the magazine for anything else from May to July. So, of all the shows,
Print and moving image specialists will explorethe relationship between people and their surroundings in the first Typo London graphic design conference, to be held in October, which will build on
Nick Foot Studio has designed the new Nang Records identity and house bag.
Kimpton Creative has designed a brochure and folder for Druce estate agents, based in Marylebone, London W1.
From London to Dubai to Bangalore, effective signage and identity designs are playing an important role in the success or failure of urban transport systems. Tom Banks casts an eye
As with the world of tailoring, off-the-peg designs and templates for digital and print publishing will always have an element of compromise about them, says Jim Davies
Architectural biscuits Photographer Gary Bryan has created a number of architectural structures using pink wafers, shortbread, chocolate and sugar cubes. Inspired doing a shoot for Green & Blacks, Bryan used
Airside is creating a short film for Infoasaid, a consortium of Internews and the BBC World Service dedicated to improving communication in times of crisis. The consultancy took on the
Next Big Thing is creating a new brand identity for an established singer-songwriter from Germany to help her break into the British market. The London-based design consultancy was appointed to
D Studio has designed a new website for Charlton House, a Jacobean mansion in Greenwich which is now used as a wedding and conference venue. The group was approached to
There is something horribly telling about Priestman Goode’s decision to open an office in China (see News, page 3). espite its global reputation, particularly in designing planes and iconic trains,