The London Art Fair returns for its 25th year with a heady concoction of established artists and newcomers.
Last week, Whitehall was brought to a standstill by a naked man, who had decided to shimmy up a statue of the mounted 2nd Duke of Cambridge, to perch upon the Duke’s hat.
Creative leads at the three chart-topping Creative Survey consultancies tell us what creativity means to them.
I’m a client.
Not on purpose – it sort of happened accidentally. Took on a part-time job to earn extra cash while I was illustrating, and fell in love with the place – the British Heart Foundation. You would too, believe me.
With offices in Manchester, London and Preston, The Chase works across branding, digital, exhibition and environments, packaging and print. The Chase was established in Manchester by Ben Casey in 1986, and currently has a staff of around 40. Senior staff include co-founder and director Lionel Hatch and creative directors Peter Richardson, Stephen Royle and Richard […]
The Makers and Shakers event being held at The Book Club in London will bring together a raft of speakers headlined by Anthony Burrill speaking on the subject of ‘the joy of making and the importance of craft.’
Igloo has created an identity for the Bloomsbury Institute for Pathogen Research that combines three different patterns to create an ever-changing suite of logos.
For a very different take on celebrity portraiture you might do well to check out Jonathan Yeo’s retrospective collection.
Modern Toss character Sneezeman is the star of a smart new iPhone and iPad game, Escape From Planet Sneeze.
Before the ubiquity of Instagram or Hipstamatic, any amateur photographer hipster worth their weight in film was taking deliciously lo-fi snaps with the cutest (and perhaps most prolific) camera brand – Lomography.