If you want to make the most of the sunshine but also see the highlights of Clerkenwell Design Week, which runs from 25-27 May, then follow The London Festival of
Following on from our round up of comments on the launch of the Olympic mascots last week. Pearce Marchbank of Studio Twenty has put his thoughts on paper. He writes:
As grown men regress into excited little school boys screaming ‘got’ and ‘need’ up and down the office it can only mean one thing – the start of World Cup
Screenprints by artist Michael Craig-Martin will be on show in the Hayward’s touring exhibition Alphabet, which opens at London’s Arts Depot on 28 May. A selection of built and unbuilt
Dutch consultancy Studio Dumbar has created the branding for the 2010 European Design Festival, which takes place in Rotterdam from 27-30 May.
Event Communications is working on exhibition and interpretive designs for a new visitor attraction at Roman Maryport in Cumbria, as part of a programme of renewal across the Hadrian’s Wall
Research Studios has created the identity and poster for the Royal Academy of Arts’ annual summer exhibition, which begins in June.
Dalziel & Pow is rebranding footwear retailer Gordon Scott.
Falmouth-based consultancy Gendall is working on a website for Falmouth Business Improvement District, after creating branding (pictured) for the organisation last month.
Excitement is mounting in the creative community about the imminent launch of the iPad in the UK.