A weaker pound may be the driver for “post-Brexit vote” recovery, according to WPP, which still warns against the impact of Brexit causing possible GDP weakness in the short-term or mid-term in the UK and beyond.
The rebrand includes a colourful new logo and website for the student finance lender.
Last week Marie Claire and Ocado launched a bricks and mortar version of Fabled, its online beauty store. In light of this, we ask designers which brands they think could collaborate effectively and why?
A round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
Belly Kids are paying tribute to famous couples with its new #relationshipgoals colouring book, Modern Lovers. The illustrations cover everyone from big name celeb couples such as Beyoncé and Jay Z to famous onscreen romances, including Mulder and Scully from the X-Files. Modern Lovers is available to buy from bellykids.bigcartel.com
Kontrapunkt has created the packaging for a new range of alcohol fruit spreads from Orkla Foods Danmark. The packaging for Danish Selection features a round label concept and distinctive, bright colour palette, including turquoise, tangerine and violet. Kontrapunkt has used a large typeface for the fruit names and alcohol description, making the typography the focal […]
DR.ME founders Ryan Doyle and Mark Edwards have produced a book that looks at the use of collage by contemporary graphic designers. The book focuses particularly on approaches to collage in the era of the World Wide Web and social media. It features 50 designers and studios from 14 different countries, including Stefan Sagmeister, Mat […]
Frozen potato product supplier Lamb Weston bought in Williams Murray Hamm to design a new “state of the art innovation centre” in the US, featuring interior graphics that read “take a walk in our potato dreamland.” Williams Murray Hamm had previously created a new identity for Lamb Weston’s global business, and was brought in to […]
London-based graphic designer Yoni Alter is putting a digital slant on his colourful, abstract city prints, with an app version of his work. The Shapes of Cities game allows users to improve their visual memory while learning about cities and architecture, and covers a number of locations including Berlin, Buenos Aires, London and Seoul.
Top Drawer has announced the shortlist for the PaperAwards 2016, a new award set up to recognise the creativity of greetings and stationery exhibitors at this year’s exhibit. The shortlist was selected by a panel of judges including Clare Sprigings, stationery buyer for Selfridges and Audrey Woollen, owner and creative director of Urbanic Paper Boutique. […]
Dear Data is a project that marries pen-pal tradition with a modern focus on data collection and recording, using hand-drawn infographic postcards to communicate. Information designers Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec had met twice before initiating the project, and are based in New York and London respectively. They chose to describe to one another what […]
Tom Dixon has launched a new range of candles ahead of Maison & Objet Paris next month. The Materialism Collection comprises four different ranges, each referencing a different material: glass, stone, metal and marble. Each range has its own scent and finish, and the designs are the result of “adventures in materials,” according to Dixon. Each […]