The NSPCC has ditched its “Full Stop” branding in favour of a new “childhood”-focused look.
East London-based illustration agency Rude is celebrating its 15th birthday with a trip to the seaside.
The branding is based around a hare illustration featuring a house and computer mouse.
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The new branding, by TEMPLO, uses an eyebrow shape formed from a deconstructed question mark.
Frost* says the identity is based around the letter “K” and the visual identity of the street.
K Swiss says the stripes on its shield now point upward at a 58° angle “to signify the brand’s momentum towards the future”.
The designs are the result of a collaboration between Chauhan Studio, ustwo and The Chase.
New apps also let users import real-world colours and brush-shapes from photographs.
Selfies, as you’ve no doubt noticed, are dully ubiquitous. Sometimes vain, frequently boring, and rarely creative.
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Taylor Thomas has redesigned the site which supports webfonts and mobile app fonts and looks to “help the user understand the craft” of fonts.
When we read the words “typographic smut”, we knew this forthcoming east London show would be one for us.
Designers with between two and six years’ experience are being offered the chance to get free impartial advice from industry experts.