The idyllic Trereife House & Country Park near Penzance in Cornwall will be hosting this year’s Cornwall Design Fair, bringing design very much of the 21st Century into a beautiful 18th Century setting. The event is organised in association with Hidden Art, the London-based not-for-profit membership organisation that supports designers and designer makers. This is […]
Our weekly round-up of interesting things we’ve seen on the web. Spotting and Jotting http://asiegeofherons.co.uk/workPlus.php?id=4 Birds and collective nouns are equally wonderful things – and this marriage of the two is the perfect distraction from a stressful morning on the news desk. The Spotting and Jotting app is an interactive colouring-in book of birds, illustrated […]
Facebook is set to open a new office in London’s Covent Garden, with architect and interiors consultancy Gensler working on office designs.
The face of Britain as seen through the eyes of its children might well be a sunny and optimistic one. Face Britain is looking to find the faces of five million young Britons as self portraits in what proposes to be ‘The UK’s largest ever art project’ according to organizers, The Prince’s Foundation for Children […]
Beer brand Beck’s has an illustrious history of working in the arts but its latest initiative is so ambitious it took Design Week a little while to get our heads around it. Becks has commissioned 30 artists to create individual works, which will be displayed in specially designed green boxes in cities around the world […]
Air Creative is working with digital agency Project Simply on a new website for the City of Salford Community Stadium.
Leeds City College’s in-house design team has created a series of posters promoting courses for the next academic year, forming part of a wider strategy to overhaul the college’s visual identity.
Our weekly round-up of things we like on the Design Week news desk. Wobble & Squint’s Taken Away Wobble & Squint, also known as Errol Fernandes and Anne-Laure Franchette, are a duo of artists/curators who rescue disusedd nooks and crannies and transform them into carefully curated art spaces. Tomorrow sees the opening of the Taken […]
With just under a year to go until the London 2012 Olympic Games, the designs for the Olympic medals have been unveiled.
A new, permanent Photographs Gallery is set to open at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum in October, designed in-house, but with consultancy from English Heritage, chronicling the history of photography from 1839-1960.
Path has created the visual identity and packaging design for the new Symington’s-owned Naked Noodle brand, aiming to represent premium Asian food.
Tangent Graphic consulted with professional athletes when developing its pictograms for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. Which client consultation process have you found most enjoyable and why?