Quentin Newark started his career in design by choosing the typefaces for novels at book publisher Faber & Faber. Moving to Pentagram in 1985, he spent five years sharpening Alan Fletcher’s pencil. He makes up a quarter of London consultancy Atelier Works. He is also busy writing his first book about design.
From colourful, decorative wall-tape aimed at renters through to a way to capture memories of lost loved ones – we round-up some of the best exhibition stalls at this year’s
As Carlsberg unveils a sleek new branding design this month, alongside updated packaging that looks to reduce its plastic waste production, we speak to Taxi Studio about how the beer
The £50m refurbishment project has been led by architectural firm Stanton Williams, and features areas that the public can use without having to buy a ticket to a performance.
The start-up has a new visual identity designed by Wolff Olins, one year after being embroiled in a host of scandals, and two years after its last brand was launched