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.
To mark the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 30 female artists and designers from across the world have designed prints representing our fight for equality, from
The new logo acts as a “plinth” for other content while the creative campaign features different fabric backgrounds to reflect the “range of personalities” that attend the fair.
The new ultra-marathon series runs five-day, 250-kilometre races across the world, and looks to appeal to people of all skill levels, whether they are running “novices” or long-distance “experts”.
Pantone has made a name for itself as a colour trend-setter, telling the world it knows what shade will dominate everything from fashion and packaging, to art and furniture the