What’s it worth?

Second year students at Central Saint Martins have launched a shop in Shoreditch that they claim is the world’s first “social media driven price-drop pop-up”. Prices started at £1 million and have been reduced by shares and tweets…

The Face of England

World Cup special issue: Pinstripes, industry and innovation – how Neville Brody created the (type)face of England at Brazil 2014 for Nike

The Boots

World Cup special issue: The history of Adidas football boot design, from 1958 to 2014, reveals a relentless march toward complexity. But what about Puma?

Franklyn’s abstract logo for Betaworks

Brooklyn creative agency Franklyn has designed a new logo for internet start-up studio Betaworks based on drawings of Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine.

Elisa Strozyk’s wooden textiles

German designer Elisa Strozyk makes wooden items for the home – but she specialises in making patterned objects which aren’t usually made of wood, such as bed covers, curtains, carpets and rugs

Jeremy Tankard to give St Bride type talk

Jeremy Tankard will launch his latest typeface and discuss contemporary type design with Catherine Dixon at a talk hosted by St Bride Library in London next month.

Hyères Festival 2014

The Hyères International Festival of Fashion & Photography opens this weekend, including a showcase of work from ten emerging photographers.

What’s On

CR’s pick of exhibitions, design events and creative activities for the week ahead including Barbican Weekend on technology for self expression, illustrator Rob Bailey in Manchester; Reasons to be Creative conference in London; Rick Poynor on concrete poet Dom Sylvester Houédard in New York; Paul Shaw on W.A. Dwiggins and David Hughes on the lost Guinness artwork, both at St Bride in London; photographer Robert Adams in Paris; and Mark Denton’s final ‘big chat about advertising’ in London…

A Kind of Magic

Taking the basic elements of photography and combining them in an intriguing way, Jessica Eaton creates multicoloured geometric images in luminous hues, experimenting with concepts of light and time to suggest that what we see is never quite what it appears

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