Missing out on a complete collection of books by the artist/ illustrator/cartoonist Saul Steinberg ten years ago left such a scar on me that the painful healing process of collecting
THE BRITISH DESIGN INITIATIVE’S first closed meeting of industrial product designers is understood to have reinforced tensions between the engineering and non-engineering fraternities of design. Last Wednesday at Pankhurst Design
A 57m sports village development in Milton Keynes is being designed in conjunction with Fitch. Capital and Regional’s development, due to open in summer 2000, will feature an indoor ski
The Stock Illustration Source features the work of Vicky Emptage, Paul Garland, Michael Sheehy and Nancy Tolford at Illustrate your point until 23 June.
NEW YORK product design and development group Smart Design is developing a sophisticated text messaging language for mobile communications products using a nine-button keypad. Thumbscript, which is awaiting US and
United Cinemas International is ceasing to use Fitch for its cinema design in the UK and will instead work solely with London design and architecture group RTKL. “We are not
THE winners of this year’s Proctor & Stevenson Design Awards were due to be announced as Design Week went to press.
Regarding the comments made by Revolution (DW 7 May), I suspect that they are merely highlighting the fact that a lot of implementation is tiresome and dull. It is more
Clarity, generosity, skills and… passion! I would add this quality to comments (Comment, DW 14 May) on the definition of creativity. Communicating the message with passion means putting something of
CONRAN DESIGN GROUP has created the summer/winter 2000 brochure for First Choice, the UK’s third largest tour operator. The brochure represents part of the travel company’s brand communication review. The
Design Bridge has created a new brand identity for the Wall’s Viennetta range of ice cream products. The new livery goes is launched in 16 countries this week. Featuring soft-focus
Possibly unaware of the end of the world in just two months time, Playtex has developed a new range of colourful underwear without any hi-tech gadgets. According to the company’s