Warhol was an artist whose practice constantly danced with graphic design. Having started out in the world of advertising, it’s little surprise that his work so frequently nodded to design’s
Creativity and the clandestine have always made raucous bedfellows. When these are joined by a sumptuous appreciation of the female form – as in Mike Perry’s wonderful new book, My
East London-based illustration agency Rude is celebrating its 15th birthday with a trip to the seaside.
Amazon is to open its first physical store in Manhattan, New York, it has been reported.
West London’s Design Centre Chelsea Harbour has unveiled something of a woolly concept to mark the imminent art fair madness taking over London next week.
Dutchscot has created the identity for new south London creative space The Old School Club, using multiple shapes and colours to form designs that unite represent the building itself.
One man’s tat really is another man’s treasure – and Pascal Anson is a man with a treasure trove perhaps more welcoming than most.
London’s Kemistry Gallery is celebrating the career of graphic designer Fredun Shapur in a gorgeous new retrospective of his work.
Family & Friends has created new branding and packaging for the Geobars range of snacks, creating a look based on textiles from around the world.
Heatherwick Studio has completed its designs for the Bombay Sapphire gin distillery in Hampshire.
In the space of just over an hour, we’ve handled silver penis darts. We’ve been led to a white-walled room and been instructed to wave our arms, generating pretty plumes
Marrying the itinerant nature of a van driver with the cheeky charm of a car-boot wheeler-dealer and some rather lovely illustrations, designer Aidan Saunders approached Design Week to chat about