Bureau for Visual Affairs

Live from the studio of Damien Hirst

On the eve of Damien Hirst’s first major retrospective in the UK, his extensive body of work has been re-catalogued online courtesy of a new website from Bureau for Visual Affairs. It also features a live studio feed, part of an attempt to “communicate the artist a little better” say the studio

Royal Institution video channel

A highlight of the seasonal TV schedule in the UK, the Royal Institution’s Christmas Lectures have always provided a nice slice of science in the midst of the hymns and carols. Now many of the RI’s classic lectures are featured in a new video channel

Bureau breaks rules for Whistles

Bureau for Visual Affairs’ new site for fashion retailer Whistles breaks a few rules but also quadrupled takings on its first day

A good idea but…

Our panel: Tony Brook of design studio Spin, Simon Piehl from design consultancy Bureau for Visual Affairs and Mark Holmes from furniture design and manufacturing company Established & Sons

Creative Handbook Relaunches Today

The new and, we hope, vastly improved Creative Handbook website launches today. Creative Review bought the Creative Handbook back in the summer. Since then we have been working with Bureau for Visual Affairs to produce the most comprehensive and easy to use directory of its kind on the web, with details of thousands of photographers, illustrators, designers, ad agencies and other creative companies


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