4 November 2010

Adrian Shaughnessy

Making connections

Good design usually stems from a collaborative approach, so why does our education system continue to fetishise the idea of personal authorship? asks Adrian Shaughnessy

lotie

Profile: Lotie

French illustrator Lotie’s floral style, full of leafy branches and birds, is popular with brands seeking a connection with nature. As Garrick Webster discovers, the Sorbonne graduate is inspired by

Chris Harrison, Creative director, Harrison & Co

Voxpop

The iconic children’s title The Dandy underwent a revamp last week. Who was – or is still – your favourite comic book character, and why?

The Royal  British Legion’s Poppy Appeal 2008 and 2010, created by The Gate

Time after time

Annual charity events such as the Poppy Appeal require hard-hitting new work each year. Tom Banks looks at how consultancies and charities work to achieve this, while maintaining overall brand

cabinet

News in pictures

Studio Makkink & Bey has transformed crates into cabinets. The Dutch designer’s Crate Series is on view until 14 January 2011 at Spring Studios in London.

news in pictures

News in pictures

Ross Lovegrove, Ron Arad and James Dyson have contributed postcard-size artworks to the RCA Secret show at the Royal College of Art, which runs from 12-19 November. Each postcard is

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