OPEN Studio

Sheffield Design Weekender

After a successful debut in June this year, Sheffield Design Week is back with the Design Week-ender: a mini festival of events taking place in the city this weekend. The three-day line-up includes talks, screenings, a design-themed pub quiz and a new installation from The Designers Republic…

Open Studio Club’s Free Desk Here initiative

Free Desk Here is a new initiative by Open Studio Club that looks to encourage creative agencies to offer up a free desk space in their studio to a young creative (of their choosing) to come in and get on with their own work…

It’s Designival!

Liverpool’s Designival conference is this Friday – speakers include Lance Wyman, Simon Manchipp, James Jarvis and Sara De Bondt, plus there are open studios, workshops and architecture tours

Open studios, this Friday

Graphic design gets its very own series of ‘open house’ events this Friday as a host of London studios open up their doors to visitors. It’s part of GraphicBirdWatching’s efforts to celebrate the work of some of the capital’s leading female designers

Come in, we’re Open

OPEN studio is more than just a space in which young designers and illustrators work. It’s a hub of critique, support and collaborative thinking

CRTV: OPEN Studio / Landfill Editions film

In the first of a fresh series of studio-visit films, we visited London’s OPEN Studio to find out about its residents’ shared philosophy and also to talk to one of its founders, Hugh Frost, about his Landfill Editions publishing project…

Landfill Editions & Manymono at OPEN Studio

Hugh Frost is one of the founders of OPEN Studio (which is featured in our November 2010 issue). In this CRTV film we take a look inside the studio, and at Frost’s individual practice, publishing company Landfill Editions…

CR November issue

Our November issue features a print-tastic cover from Marian Bantjes which ties in with our profile piece on her, Open Studio, a look back at the early days of digital advertising and more

Designing a Legible City

Bristol’s City ID is redesigning the way we experience urban areas. Its latest project, for Southampton, hopes to put the UK city firmly back on the map for residents and visitors alike


Milton Keynes