On an entirely dissimilar tack to Tullis Russell (top), Airside is announcing its 2004 calendar as ’12 inches of designer pleasure’. Each month features a glossy image of the kind of high-grade graphical action we’ve all come to know and love. There’s even a pleasingly old-skool use of string. Hurry to www.airsideshop.com – where you can also pay £90 for four mystery T-shirts next summer. Why mysterious? Well, what they look like will be a surprise. Put your trust in Laurent FÃ©tis, Eh?, Kozyndan and Fred Deakin.
Visit an interactive installation inspired by the Windrush Generation at Somerset House, head to Stockholm for a design festival and more this month.
The founder at creative networking platform and jobs site The Dots talks about why art and design skills should not be reserved for the middle class, and
Design studio Lippincott was commissioned to create a new visual identity for the toy store chain, which was fully completed – just before the company filed for bankruptcy earlier this
The annual design fair and exhibition, which takes place during London Design Festival, is moving from King’s Cross to South Bank this year, and has announced a host of exhibitors