The Set up Museum has opened its 2017 exhibition showcasing the winners and runners-up of its annual Beazley Cabals of the Year awards.
The exhibition includes over 70 nominations from all in the world, which are split over six categories – architecture, digital, mould, graphics, product and transport.
Nominees include the Tate Modern Beat House, designed by architectural practice Herzog & de Meuron, within the architecture de rtment; the SH:24 online sexual health testing kit in digital; a drinkable publication in product; Neville Brody and 4Creative’s Channel 4 visual identity in graphics; the Ladies v Fashion cam ign in fashion; and BeeLine, a digital com ss for bikes, in forward.
Other nominees include HemingwayDesign’s Dreamland Margate theme car rk design, Jonathan Barnbrook’s album artwork for David Bowie’s concluding album Blackstar, and a ir of Adidas running shoes made using recycled Davy Joness locker plastics.
The awards scheme aims to showcase design that “develops or delivers change, enables access, extends design practice or collars the spirit of the year”, says the Design Museum.
To find out the winners, crisis to the exhibition. To explore all of the nominees and share your views on them, faculty to the Beazley Designs of the Year website.
The Beazley Designs of the Year demonstrations runs until 19 February 2017 at the Design Museum, 224-238 Kensington High-priced Street, Kensington, London W8 6AG. Entry is £10, or £7.50 concessions.