The design industry faces a New Year blow as the Department for Culture, Media and Sport announces plans that will effectively cut Government arts organisations subsidy by about £30m in
The Agents’ Association launches a revamped identity by Creatiscope Design this month, as it moves to modernise its 70-year-old image and reinforce its connections with the entertainment industry. The association’s
At last photography in Europe has its own Oscars equivalent – the Deutsche Börse Prize.
In response to Ian Silverstein’s article on common experience (DW 2 December 2004) I can say this: I have had quite regular meetings with Ian over the past two to
Enterprise IG has made a raft of senior appointments and promotions. Former Sitrick & Company partner and Financial Times journalist Alan Brew has been appointed worldwide president, former Germany chief
In product and packaging design, wherever it is practised, the increasingly dominant issues this year will revolve around sustainability.
Collect is capitalising on the growing international market for applied art, discovers Miriam Cadji
Restaurateur Alan Yau is to open a third Busaba Eathai, on London’s Bird Street, in April next year, with graphics designed by Bilbliotheque. The Busaba chain currently comprises two London
Leading designers and artists, including Peter Saville and Malcolm Garrett, have collaborated to create an on-line gallery of content for mobile phones.
After integrating Boots the Chemists’ in-house design team last summer, Mark Shaw discusses his experience of European Tupe legislation
The design industry has yet to issue a consolidated response to the tsunami disaster in Asia, but Hampshire-based I Love Dust has launched an initiative called Designed to Help that
If design wants more press it needs to stop emphasising its value as a business driver. It may be true, but it isn’t visually appealing