The UK’s largest animation festival returns for a fifth year with Shaun the Sheep screenings, workshops from Oscar-winning directors and family activities.
Exploring exhibitions and their design, from specialist shows at the Design Museum through to blockbusters at the V&A and Science Museum.
The exhibition, Hello, Robot. Design Between Human and Machine, examines our relationship with robots and how design is a “mediator” between us.
The fair returns to London for its sixth year in November, here Design Week talks to curator and co-founder Alastair Eland about the ones to watch at this year’s event.
This month, it’s time to rethink robots at V&A Dundee, read about the best way to design schools and a men’s magazine launches.
Much of the work at this year’s event is underpinned by sustainability, with designs from the likes of Mexico, the UAE and Scandinavia all being featured for their eco-friendly credentials.
The week-long festival will also host speakers including interaction design expert Daljit Singh and representatives from Heatherwick Studio.
His installation for London Design Festival draws on a number of inspirations, from clubbing in the 1990s to fake Crimean villages.
The Design Museum is hosting its first exhibition dedicated to sound design, as the under-explored sector comes into its own.
This year’s set pieces explore the future of sustainable materials, the possibilities of AI and how climate anxiety can be channelled into something more positive.
Its new permanent exhibition, Science City 1550—1880, tracks London’s development as a centre for scientific learning and situates visitors in the city’s history.
Void, Dan Tobin Smith + The Experience Machine, Collins Music Hall At Collins Music Hall in Islington, creative studio The Experience Machine has worked with installation photographer Dan Tobin Smith
The Art the Arms Fair auction event will sell off work from the likes of Shepard Fairey and Ralph Steadman as part of its protest against the biennial DSEI arms
Genderless AI voices, hands free breast pumps and self-driving shuttle buses feature in the shortlist and accompanying exhibition this year
Brands, retailers, designers and makers are thinking about sustainability more than ever at this year’s LDF exhibitions. Here are our picks of ones you don’t want to miss.
What to expect from the main trade shows at LDF, which are underpinned by new themes, exhibitions and talks from the likes of designers Marcel Wanders and David Rockwell.
Designed in Cuba: Cold War Graphics is the first time the country’s propaganda designs have been shown publicly in the UK.
This month, V&A Dundee turns one, a ping pong charity auction returns and a product design handbook is given a 2019 update.
Biomimicry — design inspired by nature — is well-established but a new set of projects demonstrates its evolution, as well as its limitations.
Get Onboard: Reduce. Reuse. Rethink looks to change how passengers think and act while flying.
The latest announcements also include a “multi-sensory” exhibition inspired by the sea at Oxo Tower Wharf.
This month, Chichester’s creative scene is celebrated, Hungarian artist Dora Maurer is given her first UK retrospective and a new book reveals the hidden meanings in some of the world’s
The British mapping service has created an online “arts space” with maps depicting everything from the moon landing to football stadiums.
Top Secret: from ciphers to cyber security unveils over 100 objects from the security service’s history, some never seen by the public before.