Tag Archives: design

Adventures in Moominland

When Finnish artist, Tove Jansson, first published The Moomins and the Great Flood in 1945, she began what seemed to be    ... more

Re-designing London

Last week, the London Design Museum was re-opened in its new location on High Street Kensington, where it is now located    ... more

The art of anatomy

The human body and its anatomy may have been a source of interest across many fields for thousands of years, from    ... more

Artistic domains

For the past few years, platforms such as tumblr.com, Instagram and pages on Facebook may have been used as the dominant    ... more

Abzu Credit@youtube.giantsquid

Artistic underwater adventure

Artists have aimed to permeate modern video games, something which might offer them a unique visual style and distinct charm. As    ... more

Shape-shifting, scuttling, microbots

Researchers from MIT and Technische Universität München unfurled an untethered miniature origami robot that self-folds, walks, swims, and degrades at ICRA    ... more

Whispering clouds and the supernatural

Benches reimagined as light shows, musical plants and personal light orchestras might become a reality for Bristol. Watershed recently announced its    ... more

Designs of indulgence

Interesting shades of luxury, it may be suggested as - opulence or splendor - a state of great comfort, especially involving    ... more

A snapshot of the future

Researchers at Columbia Engineering have invented the world’s first prototype video camera that is fully self-powered. It is capable of producing    ... more

An idle brain

Researchers at Northwestern University in the US appear to have progressed brain-like’ computing further than ever before. The human brain –    ... more

Treasure hunt teaser of unique new artist

Friday past saw a unique ice breaker as the introduction to an up-and- coming artist. Many methods may be used to    ... more

The clean, Scandanavian design blends well into the local town. Credit@ bodo.kommune.no

New age design arrives to Artic shores

A new architecture project completed and unveiled last week is a story of big aspirations, taking chances and self-belief. A small    ... more

Legend lights the path

In the city of Eindhoven, Netherlands, one man’s tribute to an artistic icon has illuminating results. Inspired by Dutch painter Vincent    ... more

Honorary spotlight for wife and muse

The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art this week aims to unveil their latest blockbuster exhibition. The paintings, sketches and watercolours    ... more

A city with electronic pavements

Every city has different ground: Barcelona may have wide pavements, Bangkok may possibly have narrow pavements; London offers buses, Lisbon offers    ... more

The people behind the ice

Jukkasjӓrvi, a remote village located 200km north of the Arctic Circle in Sweden, is a land of contrasts. In winter, temperatures    ... more

The London Film Museum, Covent Garden

Fancy somewhere a bit different to the usual selection of museums to visit during your day in London? The beautifully constructed    ... more

Need some Monet to get degas to make the Van Gogh

Ever wondered what it would be like to combine the art world with a racing legend? Well here is your answer.    ... more

The 20/21 British Art Fair to be held at the Royal College of Art

  This year’s 20/21 British Art Fair is to take place at the Royal College of Art from the 11th September    ... more

Around the world in many maps

This summer saw the launch of a creative, fresh online experience setting out to inspire the world. Maptia.com is hoping to    ... more

19 Greek Street: The Beauty of Socially Responsible Design

Tucked away in the heart of Soho, 19 Greek Street proves to be a captivating nucleus of international contemporary design, esteeming    ... more

Designing the Middle East at 19 Greek Street

The fresh and innovative contemporary interior design hub and exhibition space 19 Greek Street presents ‘Designing the Middle East: Beirut’ this    ... more

UAL presents its next generation of forward thinking artists

The University of Arts London’s academic year draws to a close as students display their hard work, and innovative visions in    ... more

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

The Positive meets Hazel Nicholls, the artist that makes a few words worthy of a picture. After graduating from Camberwell College    ... more

Designing the Middle East Part 1: Making Art out of Conflict

19 Greek Street features Tel Aviv designers Noam Dover and Michal Cederbaum in collaboration with Yoav Reches in Part 1 of    ... more

Assemble & Join Team

Make, do and build

A new community initiative is aiming to transform Lower Marsh high street in Waterloo into a thriving hub of independent shopping,    ... more