This month, you can look forward to D&AD Festival, Milan Design Week and a new Thames & Hudson book exploring the powerful influence of typography.
Based on the theme of “We are Energy”, the pavilion will go on display at the Astana Expo 2017 in Kazakhstan from June.
The Imperial War Museum’s People Power: Fighting for Peace exhibition showcases everything from homemade protest banners to photomontage artworks dating from the First World War to the present day. Historian and exhibition curator Matt Brosnan picks out some of the most powerful anti-war designs from the past century.
The Graphic Design Portfolio Masterclass, organised by creative jobs site The Dots, took place this month – we speak to Pentagram, Studio Moross, Jones Knowles Ritchie and more about what students and graduates need to do to stand out.
Our exclusive interview with Alan Kitching, Theresa May triggers Article 50 and UKIP looks set to rebrand – the important design news from the last seven days.
Last week, we wrote about a new book which spotlights 500 notable graphic designs dating back to the 15th century and makes connections between projects that have influenced others. Now we ask designers which figures have had the greatest influence on their own work?
The Design Commission’s People and Places report makes recommendations to Government on how the public and private sectors can work more closely together and influence people’s behaviour in the way they design spaces.
The official Brexit process has begun, and the UK has until 29 March 2019 to leave the European Union. We look at how some of Theresa May’s promises will impact on the creative industries.
A round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
As part of our Design Week at 30 series we speak to letterpress legend Alan Kitching about his career in design, and how the industry has changed over the past three decades.
Virtual Explorer has been conceived and created by AllofUs, allowing audiences to experience areas where the charity is campaigning such as the Amazon and Arctic.
The Association of Leading Visitor Attractions’ (ALVA) annual report on its members’ visitor figures also indicates that the 10 most-visited attractions in 2016 were all in London, including Somerset House and the V&A.