We chat to curator Olivia Ahmad and designer Fraser Muggeridge about Corita Kent: Power Up, an exhibition currently on at London’s House of Illustration, which delves into the subversive and
Men should not be cut out of the conversation on equal rights in design, says the managing partner of brand strategy consultancy Zag, as it is only with the cooperation
Football kits dedicated to inspirational women through the ages, increasing the number of female statues, equality-fighting Moomins and more…
We’ll be working with Kerning the Gap — which strives for equal opportunities in design — on a series of content and events exploring the issues women face in the
Associating specific traits with gender is outdated and a result of society’s expectations rather than genetics, argues Nat Maher, founder at Kerning the Gap. She looks at what can be
To mark World Book Day 2019, we ask graphic designers about the books from the last year that they think epitomise great print design, from dystopian fiction to political commentary.
We speak to designer Paul Woods, author of a new book offering creative people advice on how to get on with colleagues, avoid hostile work situations and not be an
Twelve designs have been selected to share the prize of £761,400 for global competition, The NextGen Cup Challenge, with concepts including cup liners, new materials and reusable cup service models.
Studio Baxter & Bailey has designed Curated & Created, which looks to highlight the range of creative events the university puts on for students and locals, such as gigs, theatre
As part of our series looking at alternative jobs in design studios, we speak to Mike Beauchamp, associate creative director of 3D and experiential design at Pearlfisher, about how
Talks on women in the arts, an exhibition on Quentin Blake’s Matilda illustrations, and a new book on how to work creatively “without being an asshole” are just a few