It’s finally here. The redesigned Design Week has hit the news stands. But if you can’t wait for your copy here is a peek of the new design, led by
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Poor Margate’s been unwell for some time, and now this mural has happened, which is a bit like telling a terminally ill woman you’re about to give her a makeover
If you stumble into the east end ticket hall of Canary Wharf Underground station this April, you will come across a large-scale projection of Oil Stick Work (Angelo Martinez/ Richfield,
You can pick up design tips from Barbara Hulanicki, Zandra Rhodes, and the inimitable Joyce Grenfell thanks to a series of reissued movies from the British Film Institute. Source: BFI
The fax machine may be redundant these days as a piece of office equipment, but is the next big thing for importing and exporting Brazilian and UK Art, it appears.
Design Week will unveil a redesign next week (DW 4 March), led by art director Sam Freeman. The new look will see the introduction of Akkurat fonts from Line To,
Rose Design has created a brand for the Roundhouse Circusfest, an annual celebration of the circus arts taking place at the London venue. The consultancy won the commission following a
Artist and musician Brian Eno’s art direction and Harrison & Co’s branding for this year’s Brighton Festival will be unveiled today, alongside a bill revealing digital, gaming and soundscape design.
London’s hotel industry is set to expand to accommodate visitors for the 2012 Olympic Games, according to speakers at last week’s New London Architecture hotel conference. Deputy mayor Sir Simon
Asbury & Asbury has created the branding for the Barnaby arts festival in Macclesfield. The fair is the revival of a medieval event connected to St Barnabas Day and the
JHP Design is creating a set of window displays for cosmetics company Amore Pacific’s 1200-strong Asian retail chain Aritaum. The first display, promoting the Laneige brand, will launch across the