London’s Aram Gallery launches the fourth exhibition of designers’ prototypes and experiments on 21 January, this time focusing on objects made from metal. Models (coat rack, by Vandasye, pictured) will be displayed alongside original sketches, both rarely seen outside the studio. The show runs until 6 March.
Developed by Vitamin London, the typeface uses letterforms taken from protest posters found at Black Lives Matter demonstrations.
The bottle will be made from sustainably sourced wood, and will debut with the Johnnie Walker whisky brand in 2021.
As museums and galleries begin to open, we take a look at how exhibition design has been adapted for immediate needs, and how it could change forever.
The CBD company – which is “by women for women” – has branding that resists the more bohemian tropes of CBD and leans into luxury instead.