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Top Secret: from ciphers to cyber security unveils over 100 objects from the security service's history, some never seen before.
BBC Two has been rebranded by the BBC’s in-house design team BBC Creative, alongside design consultancy Superunion.
The new look is centred around a set of 16 new idents for broadcast and digital use, which do away with the previous theme of recreating the number “2” in different forms and materials.
Last week, we spoke to the author of a new book documenting the rise and fall of 1980s culture mag The Face, famously designed by Neville Brody. Now, designers tell us which magazines have changed their lives.
Pearlfisher has redesigned the restaurant chain’s packaging for its takeaway service, with the aim of making it take up less space and enabling food to be shared more easily.
As a new book is released documenting the rise and fall of youth culture magazine The Face under founder Nick Logan’s stewardship during the 1980s and 1990s, we speak to the author Paul Gorman about the enduring impact of the publication.
Marina Willer has brought the travelling exhibition to life with colourful, storyboard style graphics, while Jody Hudson-Powell and Luke Powell have created a motion-controlled robot installation.
If you happen to be passing through Charing Cross Road area over the next few weeks, you may well notice a new face on the bustling, Central London high street. Tucked among its many shops, restaurants and theatre venues is a new pop-up with a brightly-lit storefront, reminiscent of one of Apple’s retail stores. Peer inside the shiny, enticing windows and you’ll see that the space is decked out entirely in white – even the staff are wandering around in head-to-toe white uniforms – and is filled with a multitude of screens, tablets and other devices.
Runs until 12 November at 69-71 Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0ND.
Small exhibition style podiums explore a variety of subjects from: On and offline shopping behaviour, fitness apps, immigration and banking, drones and of course privacy… thought provoking stuff and worth going just to earwig on others reactions.