London’s Victoria & Albert Museum today opens a groundbreaking centre for arts education
The Art Directors Club has elected Doug Jaeger as its new president and announced a boardroom reshuffle. The 88-year-old visual communications institution appointed Jaeger, aged 33, who is the founder
Luxury goods retailer William & Son has undergone a modern makeover, courtesy of interiors specialist Shed Design, to be unveiled on 13 October.
Two UK designers have been selected by Sappi for its prestigious Ideas that Matter 2008 programme, it was announced yesterday. Sappi, one of the world’s leading paper producers, has granted
Barclaycard today launches a new £1.5m visual identity designed by The Brand Union.
Cereal brand Jordans will unveil a new packaging identity today created by design consultancy Pearlfisher. Pearlfisher won the business following a proposal pitch. According to creative partner Jonathan Ford, Pearlfisher
Creative design agency Stiff Rowlands has created a fresh website for the 2009 Manchester International Festival, to be unveiled in early October.
West London computer graphics college Escape Studios launches a virtual school today, designed in-house.
This weekend London will host the first Designers Saturday event for more than 20 years, with a specially commissioned poster by furniture and product design group Pearson Lloyd. The prestigious
Transport for London today unveils a mock-up of its new air-conditioned Tube trains, which go on show to the public at London’s Euston Station until 2 October. The new ‘S-Stock’
The Big Draw 2008, a national month-long celebration of drawing, kicks off today with an exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in London. Drawing on Life features cartoonist Steven Appleby illustrating
Designer Martyn Mills has won first prize at the Konica Minolta Get Yourself Noticed graphic design awards. The independent Manchester designer took the honour for his Roots of Emotion design, chosen from