Pentagram have designed a construction fence that also acts as an outdoor gallery. Canvases showcasing some of the Museum’s content are leant up against each other as if they were in an artists’ studio. Cleverly titled ‘Constructionism’ Paul Scher describes the project – “…the artworks are literally out on the street, Constructionism is a celebration of what the Museum does, which is make art accessible to the city.”

The Fashion Business School is the theory based school of London College of Fashion – focussed on business trends and data analysis. Alphabetical have created a visual identity to distinguish them from the LCF’s renowned fashion design programmes. Taking inspiration from ‘spot and cross’ pattern cutting paper to create an icon to represent each of the 21 courses the School offers. A really simple starting point used to create a complex identity system and exhibition.

Message from the Unseen World

United Visual Artists, Futurity, Nick Drake

The underside of Bishop’s Bridge Road, near Paddington, hosts a moving tribute to pioneering mathematician, code-breaker and father of computer science — Alan Turing, entitled Message from the Unseen World. The text is a poem by poet and playwright Nick Drake which sees Turing speaking posthumously about his life, complete with coded versions of extracts from Turing’s text that disintegrate and fracture as new words replace the previous ones.