The Barcelona-born graphic designer and his “playful” editorial portfolio is the subject of a new book from publishing imprint Counter-Print.
The institute’s prototype hopes to provide greater privacy and usability for women with sight loss finding out their results.
The new look has been designed to better reflect the whisky brand’s manufacturing processes and also marks a shift to more eco-friendly packaging.
As part of our series looking at in-house design teams, we talk to the heads of art and design about harnessing the creativity of illustrators, graphic designers and product designers.
While the design industry has suffered during the pandemic, there are some bright spots for those looking for work – particularly among freelance and digital sectors.
Our latest poll reveals mixed fortunes for the industry, with 48% of designers still worried about making it into 2021.
Interbrand aims to combine legacy and future in its rebrand of multi-purpose chain Casey’s, which operates over 2,200 stores across mid-west America.
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image has been given a new identity to match its “ground-breaking” vision ahead of a £20m physical transformation.
The driverless vehicles will come in four different models, which can transport freight around various locations, from factory facilities to motorways.
National Theatre set designer Katrina Lindsay reveals how the Olivier theatre has been remodelled for a safely-distanced season of drama.
The Pentagram partner will take over from Kate Stanners as president of the design and advertising body for 2020/21.
Ahead of the Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser exhibition, gaming studio Preloaded reveals how it brought Lewis Carroll’s world to life in virtual reality.
The leaders of creative teams at Channel 4, Pentland Brands and Specsavers discuss the realities of working in-house, from budgets and talent, to stigma and internal relations.
808303.studio is a collaboration between the Pentagram London partner, Roland, Counterpoint Studio and London’s Design Museum.
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The logo has been unveiled in conjunction with new brand Google Workspace, which seeks to integrate the tech company’s productivity apps more seamlessly.
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As part of our series exploring countries’ design cultures, we look at how the island nation’s close-knit community is intent on challenging tradition.
Now six months into the coronavirus pandemic, Design Week wants to know how your design business is faring, and how you view the future of your work.
Alongside a custom typeface, the new look for the online electrical retailer also includes a rethought colour palette, and a redrawn smile logo.