On Tuesday The Royal Mail launched its special first class stamp, to commemorate the Year of the Artist. It uses a photograph by Tobi Corney of a human eye, reflecting
The passing of John Gillard is a great loss to all of us who had the privilege of knowing and being taught by him. Gillard was a very special person
A seven-and-a-half-year-old boy has won Poole-based consultancy David Clark Design a ton of new clients since penning the company’s new business letter, complete with cute drawings. OK, so admittedly the
Cardiff design consultancy Brazil Design has created a CD-ROM for medical glove manufacturer Ansell, to raise awareness of latex allergy. The consultancy has translated the CD into German, French and
Swedish vodka brand Absolut’s run of success with London design consultancy Pearlfisher has taken its latest turn. New gift packaging will be arriving on shop shelves in time for Christmas.
It appears there really are too many companies and not enough names to go round. Hot on the heels of confusion over Design Distillery supplying earth-moving equipment rather than design
US-based digital media group Kioken has launched a UK office, which it hopes to expand next year. The group plans to use its London base as a launch pad into
The British Museum Great Court has been simplified to create a soothing retreat from the claustrophobia of central London
London events and brand communication group Park Avenue has created the Christmas lighting display for the British Airways London Eye, launched last week. The wheel will be lit up throughout
London furniture designer Finn Stone has launched his polyethylene Ball Chair in three shades of granite effect finish. The Ball chair is also available in glass fibre.
Good Heavens – Dan Colman Draws Crowds; Hannah Gal; The Association of Illustrators; Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College
Michael Peters hit the right note in his John Gillard obituary (DW 3 November). Gillard was colourful and controversial. I knew nobody in teaching quite like him. Peters is right,