The DBA’s John Scarrott looks at how designers can work out what their rates should be.
Art on the Underground is launching a pop-up shop at Piccadilly Circus, selling limited-edition prints from artists including Sarah Lucas and Wolfgang Tillmans.
Bridget Riley has created a 56m-long mural which takes over the walls in a corridor at St Mary’s Hospital, London.
The Royal Society of Arts is launching a new Pupil Design Awards, which challenges youngsters aged 12-18.
Redman Design has created designs for The National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth, marking the centenary of the First World War.
PriestmanGoode has designed a new cabin interiors concept for Thai Airways International which references everything from ‘sophisticated Thai hospitality’ to ‘Thai street markets’.
We round-up some design-related April Fools’ projects and stories from today. Have we missed anything good? Let us know in the comments.
A new exhibition in London is set to showcase some up-and-coming illustration talent.
Citizens of Manchester are to form the UK’s first community group to capture and share data on their environment using technology.
The Royal Academy in London is set to play host to some of the best of British craftsmanship in its new Crafted show.
DC Comics is launching a new Batman logo to mark the Caped Crusader’s 75th birthday.
Neville Brody has designed the typography for the new England football kit, which the national team will take to the World Cup in Brazil this summer.