Type foundry A2-TYPE working with Margaret Calvert, industrial design consultancy Billings Jackson and wayfinding specialist City ID have created a new wayfinding system for Moscow’s public transport.
The artist has designed his “first piece of public art” by decorating the exterior of a ferry with multi-coloured patterns, which replicate world war one “dazzle” ships that were designed to confuse the enemy.
The consultancy has worked on the user experience and has looked to create a “primary destination” for programming.
The V&A’s All This Belongs to You exhibition looks at what art, design and architecture can tell us about civic identity, citizenship and privacy.
We caught up with designer and illustrator Gordon Reid, (also Middle Boop), to talk about his new work for electronic musician Andrew Hung, as well as what it’s like to get your arm broken by a boy-band member.
Wayne Hemingway and architect Christophe Egret are among signatories of a letter backing the Labour Party for the next election, while business leaders including Lord Stuart Rose have come out in favour of the Tories.
Candid, frank and outspoken, industrial designer Jongerius thinks designers need to create products that are more valuable and less ephemeral. She also thinks that designers need to take control and not be bullied out of the manufacturing process.
The Story Museum in Oxford is holding an exhibition looking at how illustrators including Quentin Blake and Emily Gravett create their work. We talk to the show’s curator about the insights she got when putting it together.
We talk to Robert Opie, founder-director of London’s Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising, as the museum prepares to move to a new venue on Lancaster Road.
Touted as the biggest toy store in Europe, the store has been designed as a retail and entertainment space, featuring rides and themed zones.
As the General Election campaign kicks off in the UK, we ask designers and commentators to tell us about the most memorable political campaign poster they have seen.
Page/Park Architects has been named as the project lead for the restoration of Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh Building which suffered fire damage last year.