The identity supports the photography brand’s new “Come and See” positioning.
Royal Mail’s new stamps celebrate the UK’s piers and seaside architecture.
We talk to FT head of design Kevin Wilson about creating the newspaper’s new look.
The new identity has been developed by Dragon Rouge to capture “what we all love about food and eating”.
The new look is for for London Fashion Week SS15 at Somerset House.
The redesign features a new “Financier” typeface developed with Kris Sowersby.
The new look will bring elements developed for the newspaper’s digital offer into print for the first time.
The Royal Mint was criticised by designers for a similar public competition it launched in 2009, to find designs for the back of 50p coins.
SomeOne has created the identity for new mobile payment service Zapp, aiming to create “a graphic representation of the feeling you get when things just work… the ‘Tingle’.”
The new look is based on the “iconic” Lambie-Nairn Channel 4 identity.
The Zhuck brand character is ‘someone you want on your side – not against you’.
Four young designers have taken ‘disruptive’ as a starting point for explorations of inherited institutions, and of the possibilities of design itself.
The new branding for the US airline has been developed by Lipincott.
The charity has unveiled six ‘design themes’ based on its core identity.
Tayburn has created the designs for Everything 4 Rugby, a new website backed by international rugby stars that aims to be a platform for the grassroots game.