Design Museum

Designing the future

Design Museum exhibition The Future is Here offers a fascinating look at modern technology’s impact on design and features some stunning graphics by studio Lucienne Roberts+. Here, Roberts explains her role in the project and how the graphics were created.

Beacons Art & Music Festival

A blissful August weekend brought an attentively curated line-up of sights and sounds, to a glorious northern location, for the arty, musical haven of Beacons festival. With an atmosphere bursting with positive vibes and creative passion, it soon became clear that Beacons was the type of place where you are just as likely to have a chat with a stranger about the who’s who of 2013 need-to-know bands as you are about the what’s what of the latest and greatest design studios.

Container: a magazine that’s not a magazine

An intriguing polystyrene box of artefacts, Container is the latest project from Artomatic’s Tim Milne. It has contributors, a theme, content and ambitions to be produced regularly – so that does that make it a magazine? asks Jeremy Leslie

The definition of a magazine

Container, a box of objects produced by a group of invited contributors, questions just what a magazine can be

GOV.UK wins at Designs of the Year

Last night it was announced that GOV.UK, the UK government’s single online domain designed by the Government Digital Service, has won the Design of the Year 2013

AGI promises a more open conference

The organisers of this year’s AGI Open London conference are promising a more engaging experience with no boundaries between delegates and speakers and a strong educational focus

Design Museum’s Designs of the Year 2013

The Design Museum’s Designs of the Year show is its usual eclectic self, marrying the gigantic (The Shard) with projects of more modest ambition. We pick out some highlights

Trust me, I’m an art director

Mirko Borsche works for some of Germany’s more staid institutions, but his work is anything but conservative. The key to his creativity is his relationship with clients, he says

Our top stories of the year

At about this point in the calendar websites traditionally review the year gone by. We thought it would be interesting to share what have been the most popular stories of the past 12 months on the CR site

MMXX

As M/M (Paris), Michaël Amzalag and Mathias Augustyniak changed the face of French graphic design. As they celebrate their 20th anniversary, a major new monograph compiles the pair’s distinctive work. Is what they do design? Is it illustration? Or has M/M gone beyond such labels?

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