Further evidence of the popularity of punk in fashion comes with an exhibition designed by Julie Fletcher, documenting punk’s early days, when the genre’s musicians and artists were loathed and maligned. The images are curated by Evelyn Wilson from a collection by Caroline Coon. No Future? – Photographs from the early days of Punk, at the Light House Media Centre in Wolverhampton from 20 September, features images of The Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Slits (the leader of which is pictured modelling her Silver Jubilee knickers) and other anti-heroes.
The BlackBerry Motion has ditched the brand’s signature keyboard and has a 14cm-wide touchscreen, with an Apple-style home button at the bottom.
Supple Studio has designed the copywriting company’s new branding, which incorporates quote marks in a mixture of classic and contemporary typefaces.
This year’s exhibition features a wheelchair that can climb stairs, a language-translating earpiece and a brand identity for Wales.
A new fundraising book features contributions from Manchester creatives including Peter Saville and Malcolm Garrett, which have been inspired by Tony Walsh’s poem This is the Place.