The London Chamber Orchestra kicks off its 2008/09 season with a programme designed by Studio Dempsey, which created the LCO’s original identity.
The paradox of black-and-white photography is that however explicit the image, we often see it with innocent eyes. Part of the reason is that black-and-white photographs are usually old, and
Despite issues with recycling, plastic’s super-low cost and its infinite flexibility have long made it a favourite with designers. Liz Farrelly visits two exhibitions dedicated to the man-made material and
Garrick Hamm took over as D&AD president last week. What does he need to do to restore the faith of the design community in the organisation?
I have been prompted to write to you having read ‘A glimpse of the future’ (Business Insight, DW 11 September). Penetrating overseas markets requires either a lot of effort or
I am writing to reinforce the benefits of combining structural and graphic pack design under one roof, as discussed in your recent feature.
There ought to be an ‘ideal’ relationship between universities and commercial design consultancies.
In the context of Innocent’s foray into microwaveable food, is it wise for established brands to expand into unfamiliar markets? I don’t believe that Harley-Davidson makes great marmalade, but it
I always wanted to be a rock star. And with AC/DC pretty much forming the soundtrack to my teenage years, the songwriting skills of Bon Scott (then Brian Johnson), Angus
With so little substance in evidence in the 2008 US presidential elections, it’s left to the stage sets to convey political messages, says David Bernstein
Puffin Books will publish a hardback edition of the Nut Cracker, illustrated by Jan Pienkowski and designed in-house by Puffin deputy art director Goldy Broad, next month.
The current economic downturn is fuelling an increase in the global valuation of petrochemical brands, despite an overall drop of $67bn (£36bn) in brand value, according to a report published