A ring that leaves an impression in the skin, by Jule Jenckel, is one of the projects on show at Charming Disaster, a one-night-only exhibition of experimental product design. Organised by the Royal College of Art, the event, on 11 May, will feature installations, film and live performances by students of the Design Products department.
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Bold colours and a new typeface replace the previous branding’s more traditional, muted style.
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The studio drew inspiration from the typography and botanical images found in the RHS Lindley Library.