The Design Museum is presenting Crystal Palace, a collection of contemporary chandeliers, from 27 September to 5 January. Developed for Swarovski by Ilse Crawford, the collection is intended to encourage
Ware Anthony Rust has created an identity, brand manual, website and marketing material for Trader Classified Media, the Paris-based publisher. The work launched last week.
In the quest to describe the design disciplines, Quentin Newark gives us his glossary of the graphics idiom
C&FD has created the annual report for The Passage, a charity for homeless people. It is the seventh year the group has designed the report.
A dance studio and primary school are among the seven buildings shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize. William Hill is offering odds on the shortlist and the Wilkinson Eyre Gateshead
Fabric, the Fired Earth Book of Natural Texture by Elizabeth Hilliard and Stafford Cliff, will be available from 18 October. Cliff, who designed and co-authored the book, says it is
Heading out on the highway? Plenty of designers like to get their motors running and most will be suitably leathered-up. News that bikers think people who ride around in jeans
A debate on the use of computers in comics takes place at The Mouse vs The Mouse on 25 September. Comic artists Dave McKean, Dave Gibbons and Tom Gauld and
Creative Marketing Partnership’s design work for Get Creative, a schools-focused cause-related marketing campaign from washing powder brand Persil, goes on shelf at the start of next month. The Get Creative
Founded by designers Nick Gant and Tanya Dean in 1996, Bobo Design is a master of material manipulation. Having already received international acclaim for its progressive work with Perspex acrylic,
Twodesign’s cover artwork for rock band Slovo’s album Nommo is released this week, featuring the work of photographer Dario Mitidieri. While Mitidieri’s children of Bombay image adorns the front, an
Tesco head of design Jeremy Lindley is shying away from packaging consultancies with ‘flash London offices’ (DW 12 September) in a bid to cut costs. Do you think there is