The character design conference and festival is returning to Berlin next week.
The Dutch illustrator’s work is presented in large format…
The publisher has unveiled a set of Pelican covers following its announcement that the imprint was to be revived.
Made Thought has created a new identity for paper company G.F Smith, developing a new typeface and two logomarks – a main identity and a ‘Curator’ mark.
The company is aiming to challenge the ‘Big Six’ energy suppliers in the UK.
A new show will exhibit Pearson’s designs for Penguin and other publishers.
Howard Brown has designed a set of six stamps showing how Buckingham Palace has developed since the 17th century.
Jeweller and Glasgow School of Art lecturer Jonathan Boyd has worked with a team from the school to create the medals.
Javid replaces Maria Miller, who has stood down following an expenses row.
Art on the Underground is launching a pop-up shop at Piccadilly Circus, selling limited-edition prints from artists including Sarah Lucas and Wolfgang Tillmans.
Bridget Riley has created a 56m-long mural which takes over the walls in a corridor at St Mary’s Hospital, London.
Plan-B Studio has created a new identity and website for the US record label.
Singapore-based arts design studio Kult has put together a selection of posters based on the theme Asian Subconscious.
Red Peak Branding and font house Dalton Maag have developed a font to work across all writing systems and print and screen-based media.
Urban Salon has designed the V&A’s The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945-2014 exhibition, which opens to the public tomorrow.