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01 OCTOBER 2012

Legal issues: intellectual property rights for the design industry

"Intellectual property law is made up of many elements of legal protection and a business might be concerned with any number of them. In some cases, IP ownership and its associated protection is inherent in the creation of the work and does not necessarily require further registration. Copyright is one example, which typically applies to 'artistic' works, such as books, music, software code and graphics. In other types, such as patents, registration is required. The tricky aspect is that any given design may qualify for one or more of the different intellectual property rights. Graphic design for a book, for example, would qualify for copyright, whilst the graphic elements of product packaging–such as the colours, lines or contours – might qualify for a 'registered design right', which is a different thing. The main types of intellectual property rights are: patents, copyright, unregistered design right, registered design right, trademarks."

(Design Council, UK)

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CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
03 SEPTEMBER 2011

Les Enfants Terribles: Illustrator Robert Williams

"This alternative art movement found its most congealing participant in one of America's most opprobrious and maligned underground artists, the painter, Robert Williams. It was this artist to brought the term 'lowbrow' into the fine arts lexicon, with his ground breaking book of 1979, The Lowbrow Art of Robert Williams. It was from this point, that the seminal elements of West Coast Outlaw culture slowly started to aggregate."

(Robert Williams)

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Simon Perkins
13 APRIL 2011

The Design Research Unit: 1942 -72 [UK touring exhibition]

Friday 15 April – Friday 13 May 2011, Bonington Gallery, Bonington building, NTU City site, Nottingham, UK. This is a Cubitt Gallery touring exhibition.

"Formed in London in 1942, The Design Research Unit were responsible for some of the most important design produced in post–war Britain. They pioneered a model for multidisciplinary practice, being the first consultancy in the country to bring together expertise in architecture, graphics and industrial design. By the 1970s it was one of the largest and most established design offices in Europe.

This exhibition is the first of its kind, mapping the history of the group and the currency of their designs. It spans more than four decades of their work, focusing on some of their most significant projects and charting their ambition to bring elegant and functional design to all sections of society. It covers three phases of activity; the group's early origins and founder members, initial work in exhibition design and the Unit's role in devising some of the first and most comprehensive corporate design schemes commissioned for British industry.

The Design Research Unit: 1942 –72 will be open to the general public on 15 April 2011. Admission is free."

(Nottingham Trent University, UK)

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19421970s2011architectureauthorshipBonington GalleryBritish designBritish industryBritish Rail • commercial design • consultancy • corporate design • corporate identitycreative practice • Cubitt Gallery • design formalismdesign historydesign researchDesign Research UnitDRUexhibitionexhibition designgraphicshistoryindustrial designinterdisciplinaryNottinghamNTUpioneeringpostwarrail • touring exhibition • UKvisual communication

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
21 FEBRUARY 2010

Moebius Redux: A Life in Pictures

"Jean Giraud achieved worldwide recognition not only for his comic book work – often under the pseudonym Moebius – but also for his artistic input into a host of hit films, including: Tron, The Fifth Element, Space Jam and Alien.

Winner of Best Documentary and Best Picture at San Diego ComiCon!, Moebius Redux features Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee and American comic book artists Jim Lee (X–Men) and Mike Mignola (Hellboy), as well as Alejandro Jodorowsky and Dan OBannon (Alien), discussing the breathtaking work of a true visionary."

(Sky Arts)

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2007aestheticsAlejandro Jodorowskyalienart directionBlade Runner (1982)comic bookcomic book artcomic book artist • Dan O'Bannon • designdrawingfictionFrench cartoonistgraphic novelgraphicsHeavy Metal (magazine) • Hellboy • illustrationJean GiraudJim LeeMarvel Comics • Mike Mignola • Moebius (pseudonym)Ridley Scottscience fictionsketch • Space Jam • Stan LeeThe Fifth Element (1997) • The Long Tomorrow • Tronvisual communicationvisual design • X-Men

CONTRIBUTOR

David Valente
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