With installations that reimagine tradition and highlight waste, the festival aims to showcase sustainability in one of the world’s most industrial nations.
The look includes a series of flavour-inspired artworks, a wordmark and tone of voice, and aims to encourage people to drink water “for the right reasons”.
Kingston recent graduate Cameron Rowley has won the Designer of the Future Award, an accolade set up by the Conran Shop to celebrate the late Terence Conran.
People Snook studio, which has offices in Glasgow and London, has hired husband and wife Rebecca and Jonny Rae-Evans as co-chief design officers. The duo currently run design studio Reply,
Lyric videos – once the undervalued sister of music videos – have emerged as a platform for designers to flex their creativity.
The work involved a dive into the brand’s past with an archivist, and features a redrawn wordmark based on founder Joseph Campbell’s original signature.
The design studio has created multisensory installations and app in an attempt to engage children with their local surroundings.
It marks the first rise in numbers since 2017, however UCAS results show a decrease in the number of students placed on related undergraduate courses.
This year’s special edition of the design festival, Supersalone, hopes to provide connection for designers after a year of being apart.
As part of our coverage of 2021’s graduate season, we’re spending five minutes with a selection of graduates from around the country to talk about their work, practice and plans.
Following an article earlier this month that saw design leaders from Deliveroo and Ikea call out “old-fashioned” portfolios, we asked designers what they think is the best way to showcase