• Jonathan Calugi
    Jonathan Calugi

    “Minimalism is something hard to understand but easy to say. Like the word ‘love’, just four letters that can mean so many different things. Minimalism is a sort of unconventional language where you reduce the use of words, like poetry. It’s a sort of mental idea where you decide to reduce the use of words to describe a word.”

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  • DesignLSM Brand Refresh
    DesignLSM Brand Refresh

    DesignLSM, the Brighton based design agency, has just launched a refresh of their own brand identity. The rebrand was undertaken by their in-house team, led by Art Director Steve Campion and Marketing Manager Shelley Smith. Offering branding, interior design and architectural design services to a strong portfolio of hospitality and retail clients, the decision to refresh the brand was taken as part of a drive to better promote their branding offer and strengthen their position in an increasingly international market.

  • fifti-fifti just launched the Take-off light
    fifti-fifti just launched the Take-off light

    fifti-fifti is a new designlabel from Berlin, Germany. Leading by designer Maximilian Schmahl, they design, produce and distribute objects with high originality and individual functionality. Their products are inspired by the rapid change and the special charm of the city Berlin, which make the design always reduced, simple and poetic.

Upcoming Events
The 7th abc art berlin contemporary
The 7th abc art berlin contemporary

With around 110 individual positions of contemporary art and an extensive auxiliary program, the 7th abc art berlin contemporary will be held from 18-21 SEP at Station at Gleisdreieck in Berlin. Numerous galleries – both young and established, national and international – will present mainly new works and premieres. The four day program offers a packed calendar of performances, artists talks, sound pieces, films and theatre productions across the entire site. Photo Credit: © Stefan Korte

  • lightjunction 2014 – London’s first trade fair dedicated to high-end decorative lighting
    lightjunction 2014 – London’s first trade fair dedicated to high-end decorative lighting

    Organised in partnership with Cameron Peters Fine Lighting and Megaman, lightjunction will present the very best of global decorative lighting brands this coming September. It will encompass the entire basement of the Sorting Office as well as reaching across parts of the first and second floors. Check out the works by the leading lighting brands including Marset, Vistosi, Lightyears, Zero, Anglepoise, Brokis and Buster + Punch, and more!

  • Philippe Starck to open 100% Design London this September
    Philippe Starck to open 100% Design London this September

    Celebrating 20 editions the UK’s biggest design event continues to inspire with more installations, features and exhibitors than any other show in the London Design Festival. Philippe Starck opens 100% Design 2014 and launches his latest designs. See over 2,000 product launches, The Maker Carousel by Mette, an interactive designer-maker feature, Materials Landscape, Google designers NBBJ create Design by Data for Workplace and thought-provoking Kitchen and Bathroom installation by vPPR and many more. Look out for Vitra, Jakob Gomez, Jaime Hayon, Löic Bard, Nina Tolstrup, Barber Osgerby, Jasper Morrison, Lasvit, Decode London and 1882. The show auditorium is designed by El Ultimo Grito and don’t miss the dramatic tunnel entrance and Design Kaleidoscope exhibition.

  • Printclub Blisters 2014
    Printclub Blisters 2014

    Print Club annual poster show is back for its fifth edition! There will be 40 exhibiting artists, each with an edition of 40 signed screen printed posters selling for £40 a pop. Get inspired by a selection of 40 handpicked artists including prolific designers whose work has graced the album covers of The Chemical Brothers to The Sex Pistol and Ziggy Stardust. RSVP now to Printclub Blisters 2014 to see work from the likes of Fred Deaken, Kate Gibb, Stanley Donwood, Jamie Reid, Terry Pastor, amongst many more, and enjoy the stellar line-up of absolute icons that will adorn the walls!

  • The Resilience of the Centaur – Solo Show of Sébastien Preschoux
    The Resilience of the Centaur – Solo Show of Sébastien Preschoux

    The David Bloch Gallery is pleased to present "The Resilience of the Centaur”, the third solo exhibition of Sébastien Preschoux. This exhibition will be the opportunity to discover thirty works on paper, wood and installations. With his growing notoriety – the artist has presented installations at the Quai Branly Museum and the Palais de Tokyo in Paris in 2013 – Sébastien Preschoux continues his initiatory journey both artistic and human. By freeing himself from his constraints and evolving to a greater freedom of expression, he will propose in this new exhibition a content both original and futuristic.

  • Sex, Drugs & Helvetica 2014
    Sex, Drugs & Helvetica 2014

    Sex, Drugs & Helvetica is a one-day conference about design in practice. Come and get the insight you need to be a better designer! This year, six internationally-renowned design studios will take you through all aspects of a project – the challenges and the learning curves – the real issues that impact designers and their industry.




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