A postcard history of Butlin’s holiday camps, curated by the photographer Martin Parr, goes on show next week in London. Our True Intent Is All For Your Delight is a retrospective of images commissioned in the late 1960s and early 1970s by the Dublin-based John Hinde Studio. Three photographers – Elmar Ludwig (Lounge bar and indoor heated pool at Butlins Ayr pictured), Edmund Nagele and David Noble – shot elaborately staged promotional tableaux of holidaymakers in Billy Butlin’s lounges, ballrooms and bars. The exhibition runs from 29 November until 18 January 2003 at The Photographers’ Gallery in London.
As part of our series spotlighting design in different countries, we look at Poland’s rich history of industrial design and how the country is embracing its idiosyncratic influences.
US-based game developers and tech workers have joined one of the country’s biggest trade unions, but what kind of working culture led to this moment, and how does the situation
The Pentagram partner and product designer talks about and his first children’s book, the power of chess and how he designs in the present.
The book has been designed by Manchester-based creative consultancy Music and brings together knowledge to show “there is no standard brain”.