Exhibition review

Divided in two, the Jewish Museum in Camden Town invites all to explore both the faith and culture of Judaism through time and geography from 1066 to the present day. Up the first flight of steps and you’re in the first of two permanent floors, the religious side dubbed Judaism:A Living Faith. Entered through a narrow dark opening, … Continue reading Exhibition review

Flush Left

Design always exist in a context, that’s how we measure its output. However, I fundamentally believe that given today’s context, design should be in a Venn diagram with Politics as a means to create change, rather than an exploratory creative practice pleading for respect under Art. Design practitioner and ethics advocate Mike Monterio wrote in … Continue reading Flush Left

Can Graphic Design Get Some Respect⸮

Over four months, the Wellcome Collection in London is hosting Can Graphic Design Save Your Life? In her fourth design-focused exhibition for the trust, curator Lucienne Roberts with Central Saint Martins design educator Rebecca Wright, explore impactful designs on health around the world. The entrance, made of a material to evoke transparency — appears like smoky glass thanks to … Continue reading Can Graphic Design Get Some Respect⸮