Want to ride around Amsterdam at night killing zombies? How about enter the world of a child’s ‘senseless fairytale’, where you can act as protagonist in a trippy, futuristic Alice-in-Wonderland-style story? Or maybe you just want to escape the urban grind and get to a beach? All this is possible in the Department of New Realities.
Darkest Hour, directed by Joe Wright, is set in 1940, during the early days of Winston Churchill’s first term as Prime Minister. As part of our film week to coincide with the BAFTAs, we talk to Framestore’s Stephane Nazé about how the team brought history to life for the film, from battle scenes to the London dirt and grime.
The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture has been named Design of the Year by London’s Design Museum. With a strong social purpose and a design that tells a story it’s a worthy winner…
Destination Pride is a new website which has crunched data on attitudes towards LGBTQ issues including marriage equality and anti-discrimination laws in different cities across the world, to help people travel more safely.
This year, like any other, will undoubtedly have its fair share of tech developments, which will impact on our lives, creativity and work. As part of our New Year New You series of articles with advice on how to kickstart your work life and creativity in 2018, we talk to four industry experts about what the year might bring in terms of technology.
The V&A’s new opera show tells the story of the art form in an engaging and immersive way, thanks in part to its use of innovative graphics and sound design. We talk to the creatives behind both these aspects of a brilliantly-realised exhibition
Tokyo exhibition Kimono Roboto features 13 exquisite kimono, one of which is displayed on an animatronic robot designed by Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones
Tate Modern’s first VR experience places visitors inside the final studio of Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani. We talk to Preloaded – the studio behind the project – about how it was made
In a world of Autonomous Vehicles, will it be legacy carmakers, tech brands or new players who lead the way? In an extract from ustwo Auto’s new book Humanising Autonomy: Where Are We Going? Principal of Design Tim Smith predicts what consumers will be looking for, and how brands will try to position themselves, in a driverless future
Toyota Mobility Foundation and Nesta’s Challenge Prize Centre are offering $4 million to develop smart devices for people with lower-limb paralysis
I’m not sure what effect it will have, and I doubt Twitter is sure either. But for the time being, here are 14 thoughts, each in fewer than 280 characters. 1. Lots of writers are saying this is terrible for writing. Writing is about editing – insert that quote about ‘Sorry for writing such a […]