Design academic Professor Tom Inns has been appointed as the new director of Glasgow School of Art.
Adobe is to rebrand its current Creative Suite (CS) as the Creative Cloud (CC), focusing all its development efforts on its flagship Cloud offer.
Asked what his most important piece of self-promotion was, Alan Fletcher dryly answers, ‘being in the right place at the right time.’
The Design Museum has named its 2013 Designers In Residence as Adam Nathaniel Furman, Eunhee Jo, Chloe Meineck and Thomas Thwaites, who will all be exploring identity.
A few months ago, DW found itself standing outside insalubrious Dalston venue The Alibi, watching on as Vice questioned east Londoners in varying stages of inebriation, undress and inhibition what they thought of the publication.
LBi has worked with Tesco to create a new website for its Clubcard loyalty scheme.
Springetts has rebranded garden brand Cuprinol, with designs based on the idea ‘brighter outsides.’
The Allotment has created the identity for the new £65m, 13,000-seat venue in Leeds, which has been named the First Direct Arena.
The Southbank Centre’s Festival of Neighbourhood has announced a convivial and gregarious sounding programme of events in the name of community.
French mineral water brand Vittel is rolling out new packaging, which will launch in markets including the UK.
Angel chimps, dragon buses, pipe smoking crows, roses the size of buildings and a regal penguin.
With subject matter ranging from Edgar Allan Poe to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to Shakespeare, illustrator and artist Oat Montien weaves literary influences into work that’s beautiful, strange and quietly sinister.