Christian Smith works for the global fashion retail site ASOS, which has over 13.6 million unique visitors a month in over 160 countries.
I first starting working with Neil Ayres when he worked at Creative Review when I was getting in touch with lots of creative organisations, press and companies to find out more about how we could work together and also gain inspiration on how creative practitioners might use the Library.
Sarah and I first met when she entered our competition to win a place at our Spring Market, as part of our Spring Festival.
If you are a designer or maker, we can help you from inspiration to successfully commercialising and protecting your ideas.
David Ajasa-Adekunle is a hugely inspiring and up-and-coming architect who has created products from designer yachts to modular working spaces.
In an earlier piece, writer Emma Tucker explored the history of gothic type and its development in Europe. Here we trace the ways new designers are reclaiming blackletter, and explore the typographic choices made in the exhibition itself.
Maggie Semple OBE’s career spans broadcasting, print and digital media.
I first met illustrator Josie Shenoy a few years ago at a ‘Make it, Sell it’ speed mentoring event I ran at the British Library, and she also took part in our Spring Market.
Mary Franck set up her business in July 2011 and is an emerging talent in millinery. Based in East London, she designs and makes seasonal and ready-to-wear collections.
Written by our guest blogger Geraldine Wharry, known for her Future Trend consultancy based in London and inspiration sharing platform Trend Atelier, with clients ranging from WGSN to Samsung.