Wonder Stuff Studio has designed the visual identity for Durham Distillery, basing it on the city cathedral’s stained-glass window.
We look back at the defining moments in sport-related design this year.
SomeOne has created new branding for Govia Thameslink Railway.
Manchester-based Instruct Studio has rebranded animation studio Factory, created an identity that can be animated.
The new look aims to reflect the idea of the product being shaken.
Nationwide company CitiPark was formerly known as Town Centre Car Parks.
Double Standards has designed a guidance system which orientates visitors and combines exhibition and exhibit information in a four-colour gradient solution.
Government launches app that teaches students about encryption design and code breaking.
Online advent calendar gallery created to show numbered typography by different designers for each day of December.
The City has commissioned two Sydney design studios to create a series of flexible artworks that can be used on hoardings around the city.
The novel tells two stories concurrently – the first of a human experiencing a robot world and the second of a robot in an organic world.
London members’ club Blacks has launched a new website, which features an animation of Hogarth prints that hang on the club’s walls.
The Stars Foundation aims to “invest in organisations and ideas that transform the lives of disadvantaged children and their communities globally”.
A competition was set up in Norway earlier this year to establish who would redesign the nation’s passport - we chat to the winners, Oslo-based consultancy Neue.
Brandworkz CEO Jens Lundgaard rates high-street brands’ Christmas coffee cup offers.