There’s a lovely exhibition called Time Machines, focusing on the Argentine designer Daniel Weil, of Pentagram and radio-in-a-bag fame, upstairs at the Design Museum.
He’s recently been creating beautiful timepieces, like the ones below, exploring our physical relationship with time (which has been eroded by our digital world.):
There was a lovely long desk running through the middle of the exhibition that featured some of his notebooks – a great touch. Daniel says on his notebooks “It’s not an automatic process, there are good drawing days and there are bad drawing days.”