The domestic space is, for most, a place of sanctity, homeliness and comfort. Subverting this idea is the artist Carol McNicoll, who uses domestic objects as a medium through which
Sumo has created a new campaign for the National Railway Museum in York to promote Railfest, a festival celebrating Britain’s railways which will take place next year. The National Railway
Outline Editions in London is set to host of show of work by Icelandic-born artist Kristjana S Williams, who creates exotic creatures from fragments of Victorian prints. The Dyragardur exhibition
This morning, The Southbank centre announced its plans for the 2012 Festival of the World, which will take place alongside next year’s London Olympic Games. Summer 2011 saw the massive
The internet, omniscient and omnipresent God of the modern age, normally existing in the ether and the minds of believers, will be coming to London next week. Internet Week, now
The brilliantly-monikered Stuff Bath festival is making its debut this autumn. As the title suggests, its being held in Bath and it’s about, well… stuff. More precisely it’s about how
Brandopus has created new packaging designs for Dairy Crest butter brand Country Life, which the consultancy says have been ‘pared back’.
Harriman Steel has used optical illusions in its promotional material for the BBC Concert Orchestra’s Disturbia event, which is billed as ‘an alluring alternative to mainstream Halloween entertainment’.
Museums Sheffield has designed and curated a new exhibition Under The Sea for its Millennium Gallery.
Jon Bailey, formerly design director at Ziggurat Brands, is joining Dragon Rouge as senior design director.
The Scribblings of a Madcap Shambleton, a book of artworks by Mighty Boosh star Noel Fielding, is probably quite an accurate title. The book comes with a qualifying introduction which
Our weekly round-up of things we like on the Design Week news desk. Norman Bates’ Motel South London art collective The Vanishing Point has recreated everyone’s favourite lunatic Norman Bates’