BBC Creative Services has produced a film supporting the BBC’s coverage of Comic Relief 2001. Launching on 6 February, on BBC1 and BBC2, it features the catchphrase ‘Say Pants To Poverty’, and a new red nose designed by Aardman Animations. The aim is to inform viewers of the date of Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day (16 March) and encourage them to phone for a fund-raising pack. The film features comedian Jonathan Ross as a Pied Piper figure urging people to ‘feel the power of the nose’.
As Bauhaus celebrates its centenary, we look at how its endurance can be explained by some simple yet powerful principles.
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New Pentagram partner Yuri Suzuki gives us an insight into his highly experimental work ahead of a talk he will give at Design Indaba in Cape Town, South Africa, later