A geometric pattern contains the letters T, U, S and K.
Cheil says the deal gives it the option to buy Iris in its entirety over the next five years.
Fairlife is branded and marketed as a healthy lifestyle choice and contains 50 per cent more protein and 30 per cent less sugar than standard milk.
Apple’s value is higher than the GDP of all but 19 countries in the world.
White October designs global healthcare platform to train students and doctors in developing countries remotely.
Founder members of the Creative Industries Federation include the Design Council, the DBA and the BBC.
North Kingdom cololaborates with Google on interactive “journey through Middle Earth” created for Google Chrome using latest web development techniques.
Royal Air Force Museum’s new permanent exhibition, looking at air power in the First World War.
PepsiCo’s Design and Innovation Centre behind new identity, strategy and integrated marketing campaign.
The mascots were apparently born out of “an explosion of joy” and have been designed by São Paulo-based design and animation studio Birdo Produções.
SomeOne has created an identity that aims to “reignite passion” for The Football Pools.
New “Closer to You” positioing set to roll out next year across 17 regional radio brands and more than 43 stations.
The Ivy Market Grill is intended to be an “informal and sophisticated alternative” to its sister venue.
The new identity has been developed by The Partners and features a new typeface created by Fontsmith.
This week’s biggest design stories.
Some 36 per cent of freelance work booked by businesses is for design projects, according to research.
Prince’s Drawing School, founded by Prince Charles 14 years ago, has been given royal status – and has a new brand identity as a result.
A round up of this week’s news in brief.
The new Mi-Pay identity is based around the use of a hyphen as a “connector” to create short simple phrases.
The International Rugby Board, the governing body for rugby union, has rebranded as World Rugby.