Stephen Bayley isn’t hanging around. Following his appointment as creative director to Millennium Central, he is implementing a full review of all the design work done so far. And, in a bid to find out the views of the man on the Canary Wharf omnibus, he has even discussed the possibility of a radio phone-in with the producers of Radio Four arts show Kaleidoscope. Genuine punters would be able to suggest features they would like to see in the Millennium Dome at Greenwich to Lord Rogers of Riverside and himself, says Bayley. One problem: “I haven’t mentioned it to Richard yet. But I will,” admits Bayley.
This year’s competition invited designers in training to revamp the cover of three well-known books across adult fiction, adult non-fiction and children’s literature.
The new branding centres upon a dynamic R logo, which intends to evoke the “gestural quality of a dancer in motion”.
The UK-based social organisation has a new name, five-year strategy plan and “dynamic, moving identity” system.
As part of our coverage of 2022’s graduate season, we’re talking with a selection of graduates from around the UK about their work, practice and future plans.