A range of textiles unlikely to grace the homes of Laura Ashley fans will be unveiled on Saturday. Designed by Timorous Beasties, the collection of five wallpapers and three fabrics, entitled Guns ‘n’ Roses, feature a combination of digital and hand-printed images. The images are designed to explore the contradiction between good and evil, says a spokeswoman for The Lighthouse in Glasgow, where they will be on show until 22 June. The work expands on Timorous Beasties’ peace shoots for In View Magazine last year.
The collaborative concept album was creatively directed by Pentagram’s Abbott Miller, with illustrations from Ori Toor and animations by 1983 studio.
Studio Sutherland has given the organisation a “modern, accessible and easily usable” identity that is centred on the arches found in UK churches.
The studio has collaborated with King’s College London on Urban Mind, to allow users to capture their mood in the city over a 14-day period.
Last week Wales’ Future Generations Commissioner suggested a “guaranteed state income”, similar to a universal basic income (UBI), for creatives would help mitigate the effects of the pandemic on their