The US-based Bitcoin Foundation, which aims to promote and standardise Bitcoin, is rolling out a new look.
The consultancy describes the look as ‘iconic and bold’.
As part of our 2014 Design Week Top 100 coverage, we look at the key business trends that will affect different design sectors.
A new exhibition looks at how MacDonald Gill developed the typeface for British war memorials.
Midday has created the branding for The Primal Kitchen, a new range of food based on the caveman diet.
A group of international illustrators has created visions of future ‘beetopias’ for an exhibition to promote organisation the Honey Club.
A new exhibition showcases Silk Pearce’s work for Suffolk cultural organisation Aldeburgh Music.
Tracksmith has been set up by former Rapha creative director Luke Scheybeler and former Puma marketing executive Matt Taylor.
Foursquare has unveiled a new look and announced Swarm, a new personalised service that does away with ‘check-ins’.
Artist and designer Mark Andrew Webber is asking members of the public to help him hand-print a huge typographic map of Berlin.
The consultancy helped Brickworks develop a number of ‘pledges’, including offering fair fees and 2.5 per cent of profits going to charity.
French environmental foundation Mlinda’s brand uses a typographic solution to illustrate reduction of production and consumption.
Print Club London has commissioned a series of ‘alternative’ film posters from illustrators including Rose Blake, Kate Moross and Hattie Stewart.
Consultancy Maddison Graphic has worked with architect We Made That to produce the Streatham Street Manual.
The latest release Unit Editions looks at combining typography and images.