North has created a typographic identity for the new museum which aims to balance the Norwegian artist’s iconic image and engage more diverse audiences.
Exploring exhibitions and their design, from specialist shows at the Design Museum through to blockbusters at the V&A and Science Museum.
The third edition of London’s global gathering of creatives will now take place next year, following the coronavirus pandemic.
Family life in lockdown has been tough for many, but designers and the wider creative community have rallied throughout to develop creativity-led resources, activities and initiatives to ease pressure on
Sound of the Earth: Chapter 2 was originally unveiled at the Dallas Museum of Art. Now it’s being moved online, with a new name and interactive outlook.
As the British Museum updates its online collection, we take a look at museum and gallery resources from virtual tours to augmented reality.
The shortlist for this year’s awards – which celebrates the past year in illustration across books and journalism – has just been released.
The country and its creatives may be in lockdown, but that’s not to say there’s nothing to be done in April – beyond browsing online galleries, here are our top
As Coronavirus disrupted working patterns so much last week we’re giving you a few more days to get your entries together.
Oxford’s museum for history and art has been given a visual update, based around a logo that works across digital and printed material.
The Crafts Council Gallery will showcase the UK’s contemporary craft scene – the value of which, the organisation says, has “never been higher”.
The permanent exhibition, which features 30 electic objects from Norway’s heritage, has been designed by Nissen Richards Studio.
As a new exhibition opens charting the brief career of one of Art Nouveau’s most controversial creatives, Design Week speaks with the show’s curator to find out about the illustrator’s
A new exhibition at the Museum of Brands explores when brands have adopted social issues – and opens the ensuing complexity up for debate.
Despite coronavirus-prompted cancellations, there’s still plenty to do this month from a Tom of Finland retrospective to a new Lego product.
A 1950s-inspired poster series to fight against the spread of coronavirus, an anatomical typography diagram and a design museum you can take home with you are some of our favourite
The former Al Salam Palace was badly damaged and consequently abandoned after the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990 – it has taken Edinburgh-based Studio MB five years to complete
The world’s biggest furniture fair will now take place in June, as Italy reckons with the global virus outbreak, which has hit the north of the country.
Milan’s annual celebration of design focuses on innovation in the home, while also looking at global events and tackling sustainability.
The Design Museum’s Designers in Residence exhibition explores the possibilities of new materials, inspired by Mars exploration.
Labelled as one of the pioneers of graphic design, the French creative known best for his posters for the Moulin Rouge Cabaret will be at the centre of the Victoria
The first retrospective of the British mid-century designer uncovers his enduring influence, from royal stamp commissions to Guinness posters in pubs.
From fake love letter design, to a real-life wedding chapel at Fortnum & Mason, these are the design events to watch out for in February.
When the world’s biggest artists have a vision for virtual reality, London-based Acute Art provides the platform to make it possible.
As part of our series spotlighting design in different countries, we look at Poland’s rich history of industrial design and how the country is embracing its idiosyncratic influences.