Art and Power: Europe under the dictators 1930-1945 is an exhibition starting today at the Hayward Gallery on London’s South Bank. It focuses on Paris, Rome, Moscow and Berlin in an era when society was being fiercely contested by the competing ideologies of Communism and Fascism, and artists frequently lost their lives if they dared to question authority. The exhibition continues until 21 January 1996.
The branding features a strong, typographic logo based on the designer’s initials, and a “clashing” colour palette of beige and pink.
Last week, we wrote about a new retrospective on graphic designer Nigel Waymouth, whose psychedelic work graced the album covers of Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix during the 1960s. Now,
Illustrator and designer Ben Tallon looks at how rising tuition fees are deterring budding creative students, and asks whether short courses could be just as valuable.
The organisation’s ongoing Design in the Public Sector programme will focus on addressing lifestyle issues such as smoking through prevention methods as part of a 16-week course.