We take it all back. Two weeks ago we accused Saatchi & Saatchi of having exploited trainspotters for the sake of cheap humour while leaving it up to us to exploit the poor creatures for hard cash (surely Saatchi’s raison d’Ãªtre). The group had, free of charge, issued press with Midland Mainline trainspotter notebooks to commemorate its work on said railway’s identity. Staff at Saatchi’s have set us straight. They will happily improve their bottom line by selling the remaining 40 notebooks to real trainspotters, and are wondering if DW has received any offers.
Kin Design has created interactive installations for the Eden Project’s new permanent show Invisible Worlds, which delves into the fascinating stories of miniscule micro-organisms, and the impact humans have made
Research shows that over half of designers have been to university, compared to a third of the UK workforce on a whole. We chat to Hilary Chittenden, senior foundation manager
The design consultancy has rebranded the alcohol subscription service, which sends its members a surprise bottle of gin plus other goodies every month.
Hunt has set up a new initiative which will see 60 objects from the V&A’s collections travel to regional museums in the Midlands and North of England, in a bid