Stuart Whitton picks the phone up, having just done ‘two all-nighters’ finishing off work, and now 40 pieces have gone off to the framers, giving him a few days grace before his exhibition Origin starts. The first Solo exhibition from Welsh illustrator Whitton brings with it some weighty collaborations, a lot of new work, and […]
The Oregon Manifest Construction Design Challenge in the US charged designers with ‘redefining’ the bicycle – ideas that came back featured sound systems, motors and passenger seats. Entrants to the challenge were tasked with designing and building a new bicycle and then road-testing it on a rigorous on- and off-road course. Running alongside alongside the […]
When you receive news of an art installation accompanied with the aside – ‘ the civil aviation authority has been notified’ – you know it’s going to be something pretty special. Sleepers Awake, by Heather and Ivan Morison, is a huge celestial body, which will appear in the sky over Kent tomorrow night, creating an […]
Bakery chain Greggs is moving into the coffee shop market with its new Greggs Moment offer, developed as an interior concept by Philip Watts Design.
UK consultancies Cowan and Stocks Taylor Benson have each picked up a platinum Pentaward in the international packaging design awards scheme.
Interabang has created the identity and packaging for new bottled water brand Just.
Design LSM has designed the interiors for new Indian street-food café Roti Chai, which is set to fully open in Marble Arch, London.
The Design Museum is seeking permission to alter the interiors of the Grade II*-listed Commonwealth Institute ahead of its planned move to the Kensington building in 2014.
Wolff Olins has created a new brand for the Asian Art Museum of San Franciso, in the USA, which uses an inverted ‘A’.
Consultancy Butterfly Cannon is creating an identity and packaging for a new product from Blavod Wines and Spirits.
Bloom has rebranded Cockburn’s port, aiming to bring back the character that made it a success in the 1970s. Which ’70s brand would you like to revitalise and why?
This weekend sees the opening of the British Ceramics Biennial, celebrating Blighty’s finest contemporary ceramics. This is the second Biennial, and the event will span six weeks of exhibitions, site-specific installations and artist residences; as well as inviting participants to create responses to the industrial and architectural heritage of its Stoke-On-Trent home. The festival hub […]