Four imaginative creatives have taken the rather complex Monomyth concept, and simplified it through the unusual media of edible pasta typography.
This week sees the third installment of Liverpool’s Creative Process event, which looks to provide an afternoon of inspiration for creative types.
Street artist Malarky is bringing his muttley crew of cute critters to east London’s Beach gallery, presenting a colourful array of hounds for his Puppy Snatcher exhibition.
Elmwood has rebranded holiday company Al Fresco, aiming to shift the look ‘from product to people’.
Method Design Lab has worked with gift brand Firebox to create the Stix Toy Gun, a self-assembly elastic band toy gun kit.
London’s Kemistry Gallery is set to display a private collection of more than 40 posters from Cuban Government agency OSPAAAL (the Organisation in Solidarity with the People of Africa, Asia and Latin America).
An illustration show that celebrates The Smiths and the rain has kicked off in – you guessed it – Manchester, hailing the return of the Manchester and Salford Illustrated show.
A round-up of this week’s news in brief.
Dubbed the ‘happy mag for kids’, here at Design Week we’d contest that beautiful publication Anorak is just as much a happy mag for grown ups.
Marc & Anna has created the identity for Number 57, a new arts space in Brockley, south-east London.
The Royal Designers for Industry could become a unifying and representative body for the entire design industry, according to new Master of the Faculty Malcolm Garrett.
A new body has been formed to ‘transform healthcare using design’, aiming to ‘make the UK a global business hub for low cost and high impact innovation’.