You may have heard London Underground described as many things, but chances are never as The Roots of the Empire. But that’s how Orlando Greenwood saw it in 1928. Now the Empire is felled, does that explain the crumbling state of LU’S roots? Greenwood’s Empire piece is one of four of his LU posters in an auction of nineteenth and twentieth century posters at Christie’s in South Kensington, London, on 9 February. FHK Henrion’s poster for Punch is also marvellous.
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The Pentagram partner has given the 200-year-old publisher — home to songwriters and composers such as Beyoncé, Radiohead and Madonna — a regal rebrand.
This week, non-profit D&AD was hit by controversy when it emerged that it had paid some of its speakers a fee and expenses for its upcoming festival in London, but
The University of East Anglia has delved into the “gamification of science” by developing an app and virtual reality game that gathers players’ spatial awareness data to help inform research