A new exhibition in Barnsley, Enlightened, is looking to match the minds of designers with the expertise of laser cutting and engraving specialists to see what might be possible.
In his practice, artist and designer Dominic Wilcox questions the world around us and responds to it in witty, thoughtful and always inventive ways.
Colourful has created a new identity for conservation charity People’s Trust for Endangered Species, which is based around the use of illustrations.
Reed Words founder Mike Reed looks at why British voices seem to be in high demand among US design consultancies and their clients right now.
Zaha Hadid’s Heydar Aliyev Center in Baku, Azerbaijan has won the Design Museum’s Design of the Year Award 2014.
Kids director Larry Clark is holding a rather unusual exhibition in London, for which he’s opened up his archive of hundreds of photographic prints – all on sale for £100 each.
Designed by Julia Hasting, the form of the book itself reflects its subject, with red thread binding the spine and a gorgeously tactile, shiny red and white pattern across the front and back covers that references traditional Japanese lacquer.
The Design Museum has released images of its new Kensington site, which is due to open in 2016.
Two Finnish design heavyweights are being celebrated at a new London show opening next month.
Can design save the world? This was the question posed by the organisers of the Made North conference at the inaugural Sheffield Design Festival – and somehow you expected that the answer wasn’t going to be a binary yes or no.
The DBA’s John Scarrott looks at how to keep an established consultancy relevant and successful.
Google has unveiled new design guidelines across all its platforms, which it says can ‘bring to life even more beautiful, engaging experiences’.