The artist and illustrator has recently been made a Royal Designer for Industry.
The Chartered Society of Designers is rolling out a new visual language ahead of the launch of its Register of Chartered Designers.
Consultancy Nalla has created a visual identity for the Wearable Futures event that aims to ‘communicate the unknown’.
Off the Top of My head has rebranded the risk specialist, which was founded in 1760.
The new identity aims to be ‘smart, relevant and provocative’.
Raw’s factory farming awareness website may make you think twice about your Christmas dinner.
Pantone has named 18-3224 Radiant Orchid – ‘a captivating, magical, enigmatic purple’ as its colour for 2014.
UK food retailers could soon be able to use low-glycaemic index labels, six years after they were withdrawn in a European ban.
The ultimate for Tube-loving trainer aficionados.
A collection of more than 40 posters from the Cuban revolution are set to be exhibited.
Pearson Lloyd’s redesign of hospital accident and emergency department has cut aggression against hospital staff by 50 per cent, according to a new study.
Who wants 50 shades of grey when you’ve got the choice of the rainbow? asks SomeOne’s Laura Hussey.
Children’s book character The Gruffalo has a new website, which is filled with games based on illustrations by Axel Scheffler.
This week sees the launch of the inaugural London Illustration Fair.
A double slash to distinguishes fields of Art and Work, while red dot system denotes sold signs.