Reading in the toilet

To see the latest development in electronic moving displays, you only need to ‘spend a penny’. The National Centre for Popular Music in Sheffield has commissioned AMS to install futuristic


David Bailey – Birth of the Cool, from 15 April until 27 June, focuses on Bailey’s career from 1957-1969. The exhibition displays over 200 prints, including classic images of John

Syzygy seeks to appoint

Web design group Syzygy is seeking a number of director-level staff as part of an international expansion programme. Syzygy’s expansion reflects the continued growth of the sector and the group’s


Theatre models in paper and card by Robert Burgess is published by the Guild of Master Craftsmen Publications on 20 April. Theatres in the book were inspired by the original

Just a feeling

Stealing Beauty, at the ICA, uses the ordinary to design the extraordinary. The exhibition is about the work of British-based designers searching for a new method and meaning in their


Art dealer Julian Lax will be showing Heroes and Beasts: Works on paper by Elisabeth Frink from 13 April until 2 May. Frink, although a sculptor, was an experimental printmaker


Cable channel UK Gold has launched five new on-screen idents, created by Lambie-Nairn, to coincide with the latest programming season. Employing a celebratory theme, the idents use rockets, Catherine wheels

Worth the wait

It’s been a year or so since I was last in Matthew Hilton’s studio, and at first nothing seems to have changed. It still looks like the inside of a

Never tyre of design

At last, the designer product we’ve all been holding our breath for – a tyre. Dutch tyre company Vredestein brought in Italian car designer Giorgetto Giugiaro to create Sportrac. Giugiaro,

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