Elise Valmorbida, who will quit as creative director of Fitch when her first novel, Mathilde Waltzing, is published later this year, has confessed that she is “too close” to the project to be able design her own cover. But she managed to include a clause in her contract enabling her to choose who will do the work on her book. And working on the principal that many readers do judge a book by its cover, she has insisted on appointing somebody she knows. The cover will therefore be created by Julian Roberts, her colleague at… Fitch.
The man behind the updated Mini, Fiat 500 and BMW X5 turns his eye to a completely different design project: the baby seat.
Businesses with innovative solutions to the country’s urgent needs amid the COVID-19 pandemic will be awarded up to £50,000 to further develop their ideas.
North’s redesigned identity for the UK’s largest civil liberty group is an attempt to undo its association with “Westminster elitism”.
Just months ago, the people now hailed as “Key Workers” were labelled “unskilled” – now, Manchester-based designer Oldham wants us to remember their value long after the pandemic ends.