A round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
The Plastic Oceans Foundation has teamed up with LadBible to launch the campaign, which includes designs for the Trash Isles’ national flag, passport, currency and stamps.
From an exhibition on Jewish émigré designers to a new look for dating site eharmony, we round up the news from the last seven days.
RCA graduate Ryan Yasin is aiming to tackle the issue of sustainability in the clothing industry with the pleated fabric design, which gradually stretches out as the child wearing it
As Studio Output celebrates its 15th birthday we catch up with chief executive Ian Hambleton as he looks back on key projects for the consultancy and pinpoints major shifts within
Woman’s Hour Craft Prize is setting out to show “the ingenuity of contemporary craft” and find a winner from 12 finalists.
Studio Red&White has designed the packs, which help to create a more alternative and unusual look for the dance theatre.
The Fore is an organisation that aims to give smaller charities a chance by matching them up with funders who can provide £30,000 and skills training.
Designs on Britain will look at the positive impact Jewish designers have made on British life since the 1940s, celebrating creations such as Tate & Lyle’s branding and the Rayleigh
This month you can head to the London Design Festival, get hold of a copy of a new Barber and Osgerby monograph and watch Marina Willer’s first feature-length film.