This year’s winner of the Turner Prize is revealed on Sunday, but you’re probably bored with all that conceptual bullshit already. So why not check David Kemp’s fantastical approach to product design at The Lowry Gallery in Manchester instead? A toilet seat air guitar (pictured) and A Device for Settling Old Scores (it looks rather like a gatling gun) seem to have very practical uses, albeit in ‘A Nearly Parallel World’. The exhibition runs until 23 February next year.
The organisation has received £65,000 of Government funding to get more women who have fallen off the creative career ladder, because of maternity or carers’ leave, back into mid-to-senior-level roles.
We speak to studio Without on designing a new identity for the chain that harks back to its beginnings as a single street food restaurant in London, despite its growth
The packaging and identity of the new luxury chocolate brand features a mix of colourful patterns to represent the Pakistani and Nigerian heritage of its two founders.
The weekly publication given out by street vendors in cities all over the world has a new design that looks to showcase all the magazine has to offer, while still