The US-based Bitcoin Foundation, which aims to promote and standardise Bitcoin, is rolling out a new look.
The Future Cities Catapult is one of seven specialist Catapult Centres launched by the Technology Strategy Board.
The central Manchester space incorporates digital elements and can be booked by the hour.
The consultancy describes the look as ‘iconic and bold’.
Russian set designer Sergei Barkhin is working on an exhibition of Russian Avant-Garde theatre at the V&A.
The branding aims to reflect the personalised offer of east London development One Eighty.
M&C Saatchi has created a series of posters for Transport for London, looking to encourage Londoners to explore new areas and experiences in the capital.
V&A director Martin Roth has attacked the UK education system, saying it leaves too many design students lacking ‘basic skills’.
Midday has created the branding for The Primal Kitchen, a new range of food based on the caveman diet.
New eye-tracking research suggests that ‘disruptive’ packaging is also more memorable to shoppers.
The heart-shaped identity will be used for both next year’s European Football Championships in France and the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Tracksmith has been set up by former Rapha creative director Luke Scheybeler and former Puma marketing executive Matt Taylor.
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Elmwood has created the branding for plimsoll company POP Village, creating a look that aims to ‘capture the youthful spirit of the product’.
Sutton Young has rebranded the Canary Wharf Group to better reflect its offer which is soon to include residential development.
BDA Creative and Studio Hansa develop CGI idents which form ‘Fine Living’ logo from floating objects.
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Foursquare has unveiled a new look and announced Swarm, a new personalised service that does away with ‘check-ins’.
The organisers of the London 2012 Olympic Games have made an out-of-court settlement with a US consultancy which developed design concepts for the Games.
Fuseproject, the San Francisco-based consultancy set up by designer Yves Béhar, is being acquired by BlueFocus.