Clothing can now predict the future (sort of) thanks to a new range of t-shirts created by illustrator May van Millingen.
Next week sees the opening of Cheltenham’s Fine Furniture Fair, celebrating furniture design from up and coming designers.
In Lucy Sparrow’s Cornershop chocolate and sweets are stacked next to the shop counter, newspapers and magazines are displayed neatly and biscuits and drinks line the shelves.
PriestmanGoode and SeymourPowell are among those shortlisted for the FutureRailway competition to design new passenger carriages for the UK rail network.
Sometimes, objects can tell a story just as well as words and pictures, as proved in the intriguing new Crafting Narrative show.
Caulder Moore has designed the branding and interiors for That’s Vapore, a new London restaurant selling steamed food from Milan, where the brand originates.
Mixing the beautiful and the sinister, Sasha Tugolukova’s Mask range of plate designs are intricate, delicate and rather dark.
A round-up of this week’s news in brief.
Form has rebranded Latitude festival by creating a new simplified wordmark, compass icon, and a photography-led identity system.
The Eurovision Song contest has launched a redrawn logo, created by Amsterdam-based consultancy Cityzen Agency.
When writing about, thinking about or teaching design, we need to remember that it’s not just about making things.
Children’s book publisher Ladybird is celebrating its upcoming centenary with a new book Ladybird: A Cover Story.