Now into its second year, the Fresh Art fair is a showcase geared towards independent artists, studio groups and fine art graduates. Those taking part include Max Malandrino, a photographic artist concentrating on themes of consumerism and voyeurism; Hugh Russell, who has created a series of 3D wall hangings inspired by subliminal ideas about cities that aim to make order out of chaos; and Louise Haley, a veteran of 20 years in the National Health Service. Fresh Art 2002 takes place from 19-21 July at the Business Design Centre, London N1.
Alternative Thinkers looks to provide a space for designers to find investors, collaborators and opportunities for projects with a social focus.
Led by the team at Popp Studio, the lingerie brand’s new look features a redrawn logo and wordmark, as well as a rethought colour palette and packaging.
With an industry increasingly preoccupied with multi-function and smart watches, we explore Marloe Watch Company’s hand-wound approach with head designer Gordon Fraser.
The studio’s branding aims to demonstrate visually how the data consultancy can sort out and clarify relevant data for its clients.