Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters and Nick Mason have been brought together with the designers who helped define the visual language of the band ahead of a V&A show, which is set to be on the same scale as the museum’s David Bowie exhibition.
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The dating site’s in-house design team has done away with Tinder-style features and commissioned designer Jay Daniel Wright to create a series of colourful illustrations.
A bid to increase the creative potential of London, Essex and Kent and a new brand for The Alan Turing Institute – the important design news of the last seven days.
Last week, Pentagram’s Angus Hyland revealed his interpretation of Battleships and Rock, Paper, Scissors for Laurence King. We ask designers which classic games they would like to see reimagined.
Sadiq Khan has drawn up a proposal detailing that “a global centre of excellence for the creative industries” should be developed along the Thames Estuary.
Opening a Technology Centre in Singapore will give Dyson the capability to create a “24-hour research and development cycle”.
Designed by Matheson Marcault, Game Changers: Another Way to Play will run alongside a weekend-long games and play festival at Somerset House.
From a new Netflix series on design to a drop in students taking design at university – the important design news from the last seven days.
Last week, Morag Myerscough transformed the interiors of Sheffield Children Hospital’s new wing with colourful designs to alleviate patients’ anxiety. Now, we ask designers about the work that most helps their state of mind.
Women in Lambeth and Southwark can now order the contraceptive pill online and receive it in 24 hours, following a “short but robust” health assessment.
Owner of the company James Dyson has said the company is “reinventing” itself “all of the time in each of [its] product areas”.
Templo has rebranded private members’ club The Union with an emblem which aims to act as a “secret code” for the company.
Branding and design consultancy Studio Contents has designed a new website which invites visual creatives to highlight their relationship with music by posting playlists and mixes. Various Artists will feature new creatives each month, including graphic designers, animators, architects and illustrators. Each contributor is asked to submit a playlist or mix and talk about the […]
Touch Creative has designed an “interactive wall” displaying projects by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The installation highlights 20 innovations carried out by the university from the past few decades, bringing them to life by projecting different animations onto the wall. The installation was created by Touch Creative for MIT’s recent alumni fundraising event […]
The Beautiful Meme has created a game based around European politics. It is a digital component of the exhibition Collecting Europe – a collaboration between the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), and the Goethe-Insitut, with support from the British Council. The game runs through this site and will run for two years investigating peoples’ attitudes […]
Tech company Brilliant has announced its new Brilliant Control smart lighting device. By replacing an existing light switch with the tablet-like device, users are able to control lighting and temperature throughout their home. Brilliant Control responds to both touch and voice command, and comes with an in-built camera, microphone and Amazon Alexa. Brilliant Control will […]
Design studio Bwtîc has designed an app in collaboration with National Theatre Wales to encourage individuals, community groups, choirs and schools to engage with the subject of dementia. The app is based on the theatre’s touring campaign from 2016, which looked to champion “the healing power of song” by teaching people with dementia to sing […]
Worlwide Minimal Music Festival from Studio Crême on Vimeo. London-based Studio Crême has created the video for the 2017 edition of World Minimal Music Festival, held at the Muziekgebouw concert hall in Amsterdam. The studio worked on the concept, creative direction, design and animation of the video, which features music by Midori Takada and is […]
Graphic designer Rick Banks, who runs F37, has designed a new website for the type foundry. The site takes the form of a “type tester” which replicates tools of Adobe Illustrator, allowing designers to experiment with different typefaces directly in the browser. Users are able to move, resize, rotate and change the colour of […]
Jason Bruges Studio has collaborated with JAC Studios to design an immersive installation at Nationalpark Vadehavet in Denmark. The installation comprises 562 display screens suspended from the ceiling in a sequence designed to represent the migration of 12 million birds in the surrounding landscape.
Web development company Potato has helped to launch a new Android app for Tate, as well as enhancing its existing iOS app. A clearer interface design and more intuitive navigation means it is easier for visitors to find their way around the Tate’s different galleries. The app also offers relevant content based on their location […]
Digital design studio MagneticNorth has teamed up with Co-op and Youtube cooking channel Sortedfood to create a free online cooking course. Now Cook It is a website which features easy-to-follow cooking instructions and basic techniques. The Now Cook It site is now live and can be accessed here.
Technology Will Save Us, which designs tech-based learning kits for kids, has come up with a new way of using its speaker kit. Now you can place the speaker under a liquid to learn about the states of non-Newtonian fluids. Isaac Newton once observed that most liquids – such as water – exhibit a constant […]
Tokyo-based digital art group TeamLab has designed a new exhibition at art gallery Pace London called Transcending Boundaries. Featuring three rooms of immersive installations, the exhibition looks to transcend the boundaries of individual digital artworks, while also blurring the lines between art and the exhibition space. Exhibits on display include a virtual waterfall which extends […]
Wolff Olins has designed the corporate code of conduct for employees of Swedish telecommunications company, Telia. While codes of conduct are “typically dry manuals rarely read or engaged with by anyone”, the consultancy says it looked to make the design and tone of “Don’t do this at work” much more fun and engaging for employees. […]
The Royal Academy of Arts and HTC Vive have curated a display of “the world’s first” 3D-printed virtual reality sculptures. The artworks have been created by the Royal Academy School’s alumni Adham Faramawy and Elliot Dodd, and current third year student Jessy Jetpacks, using VR platform HTC Vive. Elements of the artists’ work have been […]
Design group Collective Paper Aesthetics, which creates installations out of cardboard and paper, has designed a temporary five-metre high piece for the National Gallery Singapore. The installation was created to celebrate the gallery’s first birthday, and is made from recycled cardboard. It is a physical reinterpretation of Malaysian artist Latiff Mohidin’s oil painting, Pagodas II. […]
The designer was commissioned by Artfelt to create colourful, “uplifting” designs for the hospital, with the aim of improving the environment for patients and staff.
New branding for Wales, Carling and Maplin and a free design university seeking “activists” – the important design news from the last seven days.
Designer Nelly Ben Hayoun has set up The University of the Underground, which hopes to encourage young designers to pursue “global change”.
As Netflix launches its new docu-series Abstract: The Art of Design we ask designers about their favourite design documentaries, films and books.