Experts on branding (Jack Renwick), social design (Sophie Thomas), exhibition design (Lucienne Roberts) are joined by Ustwo design director Helen Fuchs, The Guardian’s digital director Ben Longden and many more.
Exploring exhibitions and their design, from specialist shows at the Design Museum through to blockbusters at the V&A and Science Museum.
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We chat to curator Olivia Ahmad and designer Fraser Muggeridge about Corita Kent: Power Up, an exhibition currently on at London’s House of Illustration, which delves into the subversive and
Talks on women in the arts, an exhibition on Quentin Blake’s Matilda illustrations, and a new book on how to work creatively “without being an asshole” are just a few
The exhibition at the Isokon Gallery, which is part of a building that was once home to Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius, aims to highlight Britain’s links to the creative movement.
A gift set for the Tate, an interactive sandpit at the Southbank Centre and a print campaign lambasting uncomfortable underwear are some of our favourite projects this month.
Artists and architects have worked together to create installations and structures for the show at the Whitechapel Gallery, looking at issues including restricted living space and the treatment of animals.
Plaything, created by Will Anderson and Niall Tessier-Lavigne, will let gamers take on the role of both “designer and player” by creating their own characters.
A new show at the British Museum features 300 artists’ postcards from the last 60 years, which look to demonstrate the political power of the little prints, and how they
Spare Parts features a range of installations and exhibits that look at how we approach body part regeneration and organ transplantation, alongside the ethical issues around the subject.
The 13th instalment of the Irish design conference takes place this year, with speakers including Yuri Suzuki, Lance Wyman and Ariane Spanier taking to the stage.
Exhibits of featured projects, which include the National Cathedral of Ghana and the UK Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre, delve into the context and narratives around the buildings.
This month you can delve into the glamorous high fashion world of Christian Dior, read all about the Bauhaus and take a trip to a craft fair in Manchester.
The late fashion designer’s story, influences and legacy feature in the new show, which has been split into 11 sections including a part looking at Dior’s links to Britain.
The Poster Prize for Illustration will open in February and sees 100 shortlisted illustrators respond to the theme of “London stories”, vying for the top prize of £2,000 and having
The first month of the year is anecdotally known nationwide as the most depressing one, with its bad weather, short days and notoriously unforgiving pay cheques. In light of this,
Ann Crabtree, Alice Rawsthorn, David Droga and John Pawson are among the international speakers at this year’s Design Indaba festival, which takes place next month in South Africa.
As part of our series on design in 2019, Pernilla Ohrstedt, founder at her self-named studio, looks at what will happen in exhibition design over the next 12 months.
This month you can delve into the magical design world of Disneyland California, learn about how furniture and products need to adapt for Generation Rent and make your own political
As thousands of exhibitors flock to the Consumer Electronics Show 2019 in Las Vegas to showcase some of the latest innovations in technology, we take a look at some of
Industrial designer Tom Karen and set designer Bunny Christie are among those to appear in the Queen’s List, which recognises “outstanding achievements” of people across the UK.
We asked designers to tell us what they think is the most momentous thing that happened in the industry this year.
Think you know what happened in design this year? We’ll be the judge of that. Test yourself with our quiz, then send a screenshot of your score to email@example.com. The
Upcycled plywood Christmas trees, a more inclusive Santa character and desks being turned into fireplaces – these are just some of the ways that creatives have made their offices feel