The moustachioed mascot for Pringles UK has been given his first makeover in 20 years in a redesign from Jones Knowles Ritchie.
In-house design experts say designers need to be braver when releasing products into the world, but maintain that ROI dialogue should not stifle creativity.
The 59th edition of the design and advertising body’s annual has an editorial slant, and has been designed by Studio Dumbar.
From the magic world of mushrooms, to design heavyweights and more, these are the design books we think you should read this autumn and winter.
Among the projects is a spatial audio technique that turns your living room into St Paul’s Cathedral and an AR app that fills your interiors with flowers.
From upcycled cabinets to a spotlight on Baltic design, we run down the can’t-miss exhibitions and trade shows at this year’s London Design Festival.
The new look “places Peter front and centre” according to the publishing house, and has been designed by studio CreateFuture.
After a year off because of the pandemic, the museum is back with a slate of projects and installations for 2021 covering everything from climate change to AI.
The London-based studio has developed an identity for the Interconnected Disaster Risks 2020/2021 report using composite graphics.
The MP for Mid Bedfordshire replaces Oliver Dowden, who has been removed from the role following a substantial cabinet reshuffle by Boris Johnson.
From the circular economy to human centred design, these are the talks that are not to be missed at this year’s festival.
The updated look includes new typography and colour palettes and seeks to ensure the brand can comfortably exist both online and off.
A recommendation to improve equity is one of several set out in a new report from the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Creative Diversity.
The studio has developed both the interior and experience design for the space, including a “sweeping indoor field of barley” for guests to walk through.
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The 12-stamp collection features the heroes and villains of the popular comic book series, and a supplementary mini sheet depicts the Justice League.
With a promise to help people “rediscover the whole city”, Design Week picks out the not-to-be-missed features of this year’s London Design Festival.
The new look ClubZero hopes to offer an alternative to single-use plastics with a simple design system, which encourages consumers to borrow reusable cups and bowls.
Supple Studio has designed a wordmark featuring a hidden squirrel, which forms part of an identity representing the first new branch for the organisation in 35 years.
The US-based film television channel has been rebranded by design studio Sibling Rivalry, with the new look including updated idents, typography and colours.
A new book from designer Martyn Routledge illustrates more than 100 football club badges and shows how they tell the story of the history of Britain.
The latest moves, changes and appointments happening across the design industry.
Manchester-based design studio Alphabet was inspired by storytelling as well as Indian shopfronts and signage for the beauty brand.
The five-day virtual conference aims to make a “more tight-knit” vegan design community, through talks, exhibitors and networking.
The competition is being run in connection with the London Festival of Architecture, and is looking for “creative and innovative” pop-up bike parking ideas.
The 8-week Entrepreneurs Hub will mentor creatives who “may have felt locked out of design opportunities in the past”.
A new book showcasing over 250 cooking tools explores the design history of everyday utensils – from the Microplane to the mezzaluna.
We speak to Dr Jane Hall, whose new book Woman Made, seeks to highlight the work of women in design who have largely been overlooked by history.
These accounts should help cut through the sensory overload of Instagram and provide inspiration if you are at a creative ebb.
From a “playground of sound” in Mayfair to a ‘90s-inspired arcade game, these were some of the projects that caught our eye this month.
As we approach autumn, September brings with it several not-to-be-missed design events, including the 19th edition of London Design Festival.
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