There’s plenty on offer for design lovers this month – from in-person craft events to the reopening of a gallery crucial to British art history.
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We consult designers working to produce digital furniture, lighting and spaces to find out where the opportunities are.
Digital design studio Superposition has developed the visualisation in partnership with Amnesty International, as part of its “Ban The Scan” campaign.
Hat-Trick has designed the six-stamp set, which aims to show the diversity of the designers many stamps issued in the 1960s and 1970s.
The new visual identity has been developed by Lippincott and includes the letters ‘NYC’ hidden within a flag.
Featuring some of the biggest names in music, the stage was designed by Devlin to look like five adjoining house parties.
The new look, which includes animation, a logo, website design and photography, aims to help the brand deliver its mission to “change spaces for good”.
With a date set for the closure of its current site, we explore what visitors can expect from the new museum, and which designers have been appointed to work on
The London-based studio has developed the name, branding and technology behind Finds, which allows users to sell their clothes using video uploads.
Designed by Tangerine, the train ferries media personnel and sportspeople to and from the centre of the Games.
The Masuku Daily is a single use mask made from bio-based materials which its makers say can decompose naturally in just eight weeks.
The personalised t-shirt brand has taken over TikTok – here, its founders talk processes, creativity, and why comedic apparel is serious business.