Daniel Weil redesigns the chess set Thu, 21 Mar 2013 | By Angus Montgomery Pentagram partner Daniel Weil has created a new design for the chess set, which is making its debut at the World Chess Candidates Tournament in London. Weil was asked to design the new pieces following Pentagram’s earlier work with organisation World Chess, which saw John Rushworth create a new identity for the organisation, Naresh Ramchandani work on campaigns, and Weil design the playing environments.
Innovative Technology Turns Top-Level Chess Into Spectator Sport “Making the invisible visible!” London, UK – March 23, 2013 – Visitors to the FIDE World Chess Candidates Tournament, currently under way in London, got to be the firs... Read Post
LONDON.- Sotheby's London presents ?Making Time?, a selling exhibition of stunning clocks by designer Daniel Weil of Pentagram, from January 9th-13th 2012. The exhibition comprises two sharply contrasting collections Weil created 17... Read Post
The World Chess Candidates Tournament to be Held in LondonLondon, January 15, 2013 – FIDE and AGON – the World Chess Federation’s commercial partner – are pleased to announce the players, dates and venue of the 2013 Candidates Tourn... Read Post