Imperial College London has enlisted Studio Tonne to help it create 200m-long graphics for an internal walkway. The space will serve as an area where students can display acti-vity notices and posters. This ‘communication exchange’ is intended to form part of the art installation, which is based on the visual form of a notebook. It will be installed in July.
The show, designed by Nissen Richards Studio aims to tell “the wider story of displacement alongside individuals’ narratives”.
Cert. is a recently-launched direct-to-consumer product that uses dissolvable tablets to create an at-home disinfectant and detergent.
In a statement to the commons the chancellor has announced the successor to the furlough scheme, as he urged listeners to “learn to live without fear”.
Omse has designed an identity for the East London church to flex across its many functions, from place of worship to gig venue and brewery.