Learn about London’s street signs, visit an exhibition about brilliant craftswomen and find out whether you’ve won a coveted Design Week award.
Exploring exhibitions and their design, from specialist shows at the Design Museum through to blockbusters at the V&A and Science Museum.
Food: Bigger than the Plate is the museum’s latest blockbuster show, which hopes to explore the future of food production, looking at how we can be more sustainable without compromising
The annual, global awards scheme, which famously rewards its winners with black, yellow, graphite and wood pencils, has announced its 720 winners for this year.
Design Week research reveals equal pay discrepancies between men and women in the same role, a gender pay gap of more than 20% and that three quarters of the designers
Take a trip to Scotland for the third ever Dundee Design Festival, explore the future of food at the V&A and learn about the 20th century’s most prolific “graphic designer
The global awards scheme has been running for over 40 years, and in 2019 sees 200 shortlisted entries, many of which tackle political and social issues such as Brexit and
Pentagram’s Marina Willer, who led the design of the exhibition, says that Kubrick was a visionary “who foresaw what design would be like in the future”.
Lucie Ebrey and Mark Long are among the artists who have contributed original drawings for On This Planet, a new exhibition at the Old Street Gallery, where their work will
The National Army Museum’s new exhibition explores the work of the Second World War graphic designer and master of visual seduction, who created propaganda posters to boost recruitment, educate soldiers,
The exhibition has been designed with the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and mixes projection mapping with physical spaces.
This month, you can delve into the art of video games, explore the sordid world of Stanley Kubrick and learn about the highs and lows of freelance illustration from Isabel
The museum has called for applicants to design a semi-permanent visitor experience for its new West Smithfield, London, home.
Reimagined Baby on Board badges, a musical Google Doodle people can compose themselves, and a virtual reality kit for kids are some of our favourite projects this month.
The show at the William Morris Gallery features posters, matchboxes and papercuts displaying slogans inspired by communist leader Chairman Mao.
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.
If you haven’t entered yet, there’s still time and you can find everything you need to know right here.
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