As preparations for the 2010 RHS Chelsea Flower Show get underway this week, font design studio Kapitza is giving designers the opportunity to grow their own gold medal-winning garden.
The nights are younger, the weather is warmer and the festival season is almost upon us. For those of you lucky enough to be part of the festival throng this
WPP says its branding and identity, healthcare and specialist communications sector has recovered the most quickly, as the group released its quarterly trading update.
Jason Bruges Studio has created a public light installation as part of a new development in Dover Street, in the Piccadilly area of London.
Applied Information Group creative director Malcolm Garrett and Pentagram associate partner Jane Plüer have collaborated on the design of a book about the work of music photographer Peter Anderson.
The Design Management Industry’s Transforming Design conference, which was postponed this month due to the flight ban caused by an Icelandic volcanic eruption, has been rescheduled for September.
It’s time to back, cross and chain, as London’s Victoria and Albert Museum goes stitch-mad for this month’s V&A Late. The craft craze is down to the Quilts 1700-2010 exhibition
A familiar cry for innovation echoed around the Institute of Directors convention at the Royal Albert Hall yesterday, in what was an event heavily laced with politics and speakers vying
Native Design has agreed an out-of-court settlement with the Business Software Alliance for £24 000 following an investigation into claims the consultancy had been using unlicensed software.
Sports branding group Designwerk is creating an exhibition in Madrid to celebrate the Uefa Champions League competition.
Artist Sir Peter Blake and his Art Bus will attend Brighton Festival Fringe for a one-day exhibition in May.
Hudson Fuggle is redesigning the Conference of Drama Schools’ Guide to Colleges, and will then work on the organisation’s website.