We look at the graphics the England rugby team will see before they kick-off this weekend.
Brutalism-inspired graphic design.
A new Government-backed payments service is launching which aims to put an end to cash-flow problems for small businesses, including design consultancies.
This year’s Design Indaba conference brought a focus on place, identity and all things design.
Financial and professional services firm Jones Lang LaSalle has rebranded as JLL.
A series of creatives have designed posters to promote Earth Hour this month.
Sarah Milton pulls apart familiar typography using origami to make prints.
A host of designers interpret the mathematical concept of the Golden Ratio.
Calling Brands has created the identity for the Airlander – a hybrid aircraft/airship.
The South African city of Cape Town has a new identity, which aims to express ‘diversity, shared responsibility and progress’.
Retailer Heal’s has launched its first own-brand fabric collection since the 1970s, and worked with a host of established and up-and-coming designers.
Lambie-Nairn managing director Lisa Hill talks us through her five favourite television idents ahead of BBC2’s 50th birthday.
Interbrand Australia has created ‘the world’s first inflatable identity’ for Sydney destination Darling Harbour.
Art & Graft has designed an in-flight animated safety film for Virgin Atlantic.
MuirMcNeil has released a set of four new parametric typefaces – and demonstrated their use with an accompanying series of posters.