Carter Wong and Partners has worked on the structure and graphics for the first British exhibition of Pakistani textiles, Colours of the Indus. Textiles from the show, which runs until the end of March at the Victoria and Albert Museum, were used on exhibition and publicity material, including the invitation (detail shown). Meanwhile, architect Austin-Smith Lord has completed the interiors of the V&A’s new Centre for the Research and Conservation of Art.
The funeral comparison service has taken on new name Beyond, and design studio SomeOne has given it a new identity centred around a three-dimensional, cartoon man, which looks to counter
A new, independent magazine celebrating classic graphic symbols has launched, based on a popular Instagram account created by a London-based designer.
The charity has published its second Design Economy report, which looks at the value of the industry and who makes it up. While design contributes £85bn to the economy, there
D&AD’s annual student and graduate awards sees 194 recipients of its coveted pencil prizes this year, with a campaign for the housing crisis taking the top spot.