For the past three years, a little-known publishing fair has been gaining momentum in London. Forget Hay-on-Wye and Frankfurt Book Fair, Publish and Be Damned is a one-day literary art
Head has designed a brand identity for Supercity, a property developer located in London.
The London Development Agency is relaunching in September with a revised brand identity created by Enterprise IG, following an extensive brand strategy development programme carried out by Corporate Edge. The
The proliferation of digital broadcast technology is forcing designers to rethink their strategy and update their skills, says Trish Lorenz Those in the know have been talking about on-line TV
Tom Dixon, creative director at Habitat, has confirmed he is looking at redesigning the interiors for another Habitat store, but is yet to reveal the location and timings of the
A former artistic director at the Chichester Festival Theatre, Ruth Mackenzie, has been appointed general director for the Manchester International Festival, which takes place for the first time next summer.
Unreal has designed the promotional material for London’s Capital Age Festival, aimed at ‘older people’. The event on 20 August will include music, dance workshops, arts and crafts and a
MTV is set to launch an interactive channel called MTV Flux next month, with on-screen user avatars designed by Nexus Productions. The interactive, community-based channel will deliver content via television,
Sod David Blunkett and Trevor Phillips and everybody having to prove how British they are, I’m just going to have to confess that multiculturalism still does it for me. Most
An international design school, supported by a future Arab Council on Design, will launch in Dubai as part of a long-term strategy to boost creative industries across the Middle East.
Michael Hockney is stating what many members of the design community are debating, less politely, in the pub (Letters, DW 13 July). British Design Innovation would concur that British design
Maxine Horn is right (see Letters, page 11). Despite David Kester’s protestations, the design community has not been impressed by the Design Council’s Keep British Design Alive campaign.