See New Worlds

Toon toon

Over the past century, Dundee has played host to the creators of The Dandy, The Beano and Grand Theft Auto. Fiona Sibley welcomes a new, special-edition comic and exhibition which

Space Age's JoGo

Primary appeal

In search of that cutting-edge sofa or some retro-inspired ergonomic chairs for the office? Design Week offers a sneak preview of what to look out for this year at London’s

London Development Agency reception

Office affairs

Public sector bodies are opening up their drab workplaces, increasing sustainability and staff motivation in the process, with smaller budgets than the private sector. Pamela Buxton looks at some successes,


Art on tap

The democratising nature of the Web has generated a demand for graphic art that traditional galleries cannot meet. Liz Farrelly picks some of the enterprising on-line dealers who are rising

City Academy Construction

Walker Jansseune in city academy push

City Academy Bristol, one of the 40 UK institutions set up under the Government’s city academies initiative, today launches a branding scheme to help raise the profile of vocational education


UHI status upgrade leads to identity work

Inverness-based UHI Millennium Institute, the higher education institution for the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, is set to develop a fresh brand identity when it becomes the University for the

Red Design

Red Design

Red Design has created a new website for Britain’s oldest luxury leather goods company, Tanner Krolle. The consultancy, which made its name creating award-winning designs for the music industry, has


Japanese underbelly

In a culture renowned for its pulsating urban districts, emblazoned with imagery selling lifestyles of every sort, it’s strange that it has taken this long for the first book dedicated

A move in the right direction

Buying a studio may appear to be prohibitively expensive, but Tom Newman says you won’t regret the move – as long as you’re practical about it

Treasure Island

Profile: Feast

In business for barely ten years, Feast is now a major player in theatre graphics, with clients such as the Royal Court and The Ambassador Group. Nick Smurthwaite talks to

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