Today will see the opening of the Design Museum's "Super Contemporary" show, which looks at "the fearlessly progressive spirit of London's greatest creative minds, past and present:"
London thinks, designs and makes like no other city; it creates and the world follows. A magnet for mavericks and freethinkers, London has nurtured a creative community that continues to rival all other design capitals.
These creative networks have spurred each other on. This exhibition will illustrate London's pursuit of new, better and braver, across architecture, industrial design, graphics, fashion and communications alike. Endlessly pushing at the forefront of design and constantly inventing for new worlds, London's design output is continually Super Contemporary.
On display are works by Industrial Facility, Paul Smith, Ron Arad, and others.