Ceramics, applied arts, jewellery and metalwork kick off Part One of this year’s graduate design show, New Designers, which starts tomorrow at the Business Design Centre in London. This year, the exhibition features ten ‘design zones’ and showcases the work of over 100 universities and colleges. Part Two, starting next Thursday, includes product and furniture design (clockwise from top left: Kathryn Lill, Simen Fornes, Suzi Hart and Maxwell Lamb), illustration, animation and theatre design among other disciplines. Forty graduates will be awarded a Future of Design Award. For more details visit www.newdesigners.com.
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Faced with less students studying creative subjects at A Level and undergraduate tuition fees on the rise, D&AD senior foundation manager Hilary Chittenden is calling on the design industry to
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