Jeremy Leslie

Beginning to see the light

The Hayward Gallery’s latest exhibition, Light Show, contains a handful of immersive pieces from artists like James Turrell, Anthony McCall and, above, Carlos Cruz-Diez that reward the viewer the longer they stay within the artwork

Dover Bookshop to close

Sad news from London’s Covent Garden – the Dover Bookshop, the walk-in image library specialising in royalty free pictures, is to close at the end of March. We spoke to bookshop manager, Tim Matthews, about the end of a 27-year run on Earlham Street

Design Indaba names starry line-up

David Adjaye, Matthew Carter, Jessica Hische, Sir John Hegarty and musician Spoek Mathambo are amongst an impressive line-up of speakers for this year’s Design Indaba conference in Cape Town

Poster Art 150: the tube says it with a poster

To mark the Underground’s 150th birthday, an exhibition at the London Transport Museum presents150 of the most significant posters created for the tube. Within this history of London Underground posters lies the history of the poster itself.

Playtime at The Royal London’s Children Hospital

Artist Chris O’Shea has collaborated with digital production company Nexus Interactive Arts to create Woodland Wiggle – an interactive game for children displayed on an enormous telly in a new indoor play area at The Royal London Hospital’s dedicated Children’s Hospital…

Name that character

Opening later this week at the London Transport Museum, Poster Art 150 – London Underground’s Greatest Designs picks 150 of the finest posters designed for the tube. So, for a little pre-show fun, we want to know how many advertising characters can you spot in the poster above?

Radiance identity by Construct

Design agency Construct has created the brand identity, logotype, packaging, website and art direction for new ‘juice cleansing’ company, Radiance…

Best record sleeve of the year (so far)

We’ve just clapped our eyes on some finished copies of the forthcoming Atoms For Peace album adorned with artwork by Stanley Donwood. They’re pretty special…

Too rude to print?

Illustration agent Dutch Uncle Tweeted what appeared to be a saucy new Time Out cover yesterday, created for the magazine’s new sex issue by its illustrator Noma Bar. So it was much to our surprise that Time Out arrived in London this morning with a blank, doodle-your-own cover instead.

V&A’s membership campaign

Rose Design has worked with street photographer Nick Turpin and copywriter Jim Davies to create a poster campaign extolling the benefits of membership at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A)…

True North’s football hero stamps

Manchester agency True North has created a set of Royal Mail stamps, illustrated by Andy Kinsman, that celebrate eleven carefully chosen heroes of the British game…