Sunshine, awards and Lauren Laverne, photos from the Design Week Awards at the Honourable Artillery Club. You can see more pics from the night on our Facebook page.
This month sees the opening of the 11th Kintoteka – a celebration of Polish film and the gorgeous graphics that accompany them.
WPP has recorded its pre-tax profits for 2012, which stand at more than £1bn for the second year running, but WPP chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell says ‘we got there ugly.’
You’re lost, in total darkness. The only things anchoring you to your surroundings are the sounds of other people, who can somehow identify you. You’re moving, but you’re sitting still – in a room full of people, but totally alone.
Is it possible to have too much night? Seasoned partyers may think not, insomniacs may scream an emphatic yes – sharing the views of designer and artist Pae White.
Virgin Atlantic has launched new domestic flight service Little Red, with branding created by the in-house team at Virgin.
Today sees the opening of the inaugural Art 13 art fair, with branding by The Plant and exhibition design by Stiff and Trevillion.
Moving Brands has created a brand for the BlackJet flight booking service, which is being run by private jet company Greenjets.
The work of early 20th Century information design pioneer MacDonald ‘Max’ Gill has been largely overlooked.
Perhaps most famous for creating some charming sculptures of children sporting prosthetic plastic penis noses, it’s something of a surprise that controversial artist Dino Chapman has chosen to branch out into the world of pop music.
A round-up of this week’s news in brief.
The New York Times Company will rename the International Herald Tribune as the International New York Times, rebranding and redesigning the newspaper in-house.