7 Designers for Seven Dials

7 Dials

Covent Garden’s Seven Dials has recently teamed up with the design magazine Dezeen to celebrate this year’s London Design Festival. Seven of the brightest art designers on the scene were asked to contribute their artworks to the village. As a

Intern Sushi – Video Resumés on the Menu for Today’s Young Hopefuls

Intern Sushi

Considering the prevalent role of the intern industry within many contemporary creative companies, a user-friendly systematic approach to the selection process for clients and interns a like seems a well over-due stroke of genius. Intern Sushi reinvents the internship application

London Life, Lagos Living, And Everything In Between

London Life, Lagos Living, And Everything In Between

  As summer comes to an end, and the evenings start to get darker, there are few things I look forward to more than the new season fashions and the start of new TV shows. The influx of lookbooks, autumn

Rising to the Surface at LCC’s ‘Upsidedown’ Summer Show


On the 3rd floor of the Workshop Block at the University of Arts London College of Communication is a maze of imagination and inspiration. Running down corridors and overflowing in rooms are the designs and wares of the University’s current

Flora and Fauna at tea with Creative Tops and the V&A


One is the world’s largest museum of art and design, the other is an entrepreneurial company specialising in creative living homewares, design and gifts. Last week in the breathtakingly beautiful Gamble Room at the Victoria and Albert Museum, press, designers

The Writing’s on the Wall with the EDO


With 2011 well underway, we took a moment to look back with the third annual DIY Exhibition from the Editorial Design Organisation, an annual celebration of both the personal and professional best editorial design of the year from newspaper, magazine

Sketchbook at the Design Museum: Design Overtime


The Design Museum is known as the pillar of fashion and design showcasing, exhibiting some of the most prolific in illustration, art and contemporary design. In December, Sketchbook Magazine was thrilled to announce a collaboration with the Design Museum along

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2010


The sun is bright, and there is nothing better than walking around in Hyde Park while the city is buzzing around. As you walk around a building emerges between the trees. It is bright red and has sharp angles and

Degree Show Brighton Illustration and Graphic Design


SKETCHBOOK went to visit the Brighton Illustration & Graphic Design Degree Show which finished yesterday. The exhibition was held in the amazing space at Rochelle School, Arnold Circus. And worth being mentioned is Chosen Graduate Daniel Michael Clark who embraced experimentation in

Arty Business


The Londoner crème de la crème was at its foaming best, bursting with contained laughter and proper introductions the day The 25th London Original Print Fair opened its doors at the Royal Academy of Arts. “Darling, the collectors are the