A pensive-looking gorilla seen through a zoo window is the subject of this year’s winning entry in The Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition organised by the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine. Gorilla and Boy by Germany’s Gerhard Schultz was selected from more than 20 500 images. The photograph was taken at the Miami Metrozoo and was commended for the ‘depth of feeling’ and ‘poignant juxtaposition’ it portrayed. The competition exhibition runs until 18 April 2004 at the Natural History Museum in London.
The games company’s Labo kit features flat-pack cardboard sheets that can be transformed into pianos, motorbikes and fishing rods when combined with the Nintendo Switch console.
An online survey of over 1,200 illustrators has found that the majority think they would struggle financially if illustration was their only source of income.
The Guardian redesigned in print and online, we spoke to Pentagram partner Michael Bierut and research found young people want creative jobs – the news from the last seven days.
The museum is set to open in September, and will include permanent galleries showcasing historical and current Scottish design and a temporary exhibition on the cultural impact of ocean liners.