‘Lucienne Day: In The Spirit of the Age’ charts the transformative effect the British Textile Designer had on pattern design from the 1950s to today.
Mid-century Ads – Advertising from the Mad Men Era could be the definitive title for anyone who loves 1950s and ’60s American graphic design and advertisements.
The mid century pattern designs of artist Sheila Bownas, recently discovered in a drawer in her Yorkshire Dales studio, are given a new lease of life.
Artists’ Textiles 1940-1976 charts the involvement of leading fine artists with the design of industrially produced fabrics from the 1940s onwards.
British fashion designer Zandra Rhodes tells us about her three favourite British mid century design pieces
British furniture designer Matthew Hilton reveals to MidCentury Magazine his top three pieces of twentieth century design.
Li Pamp, Swedish TV personality and founder of e-marketplace Deconet, talks to MIdCentury about her passion for Tapio Wirkkala’s jewellery.
You know what you want, but how do you get the best within your budget? We have recruited a ceramics and pottery expert to advise you on Marcello Fantoni ceramics.
Gary Howard of DAD design speaks to us about his collection of Brian Willsher sculptures.
Corin Mellor of David Mellor Design, talks about the brand that his father founded in 1954 and his own contribution to a very British family business.