The British condom manufacturer’s new brand positioning supposedly takes a stand against “sexual taboos, stigmas and outdated, non-inclusive attitudes”.
The MP for Hertsmere replaces Nicky Morgan, who has stepped down after seven months in the role.
MERó has created the visual identity and promotional material for a new BBC app which seeks to provide children with a space to “vocalise” their fears.
Scottish design studio Tom Pigeon has created six screen prints to honour Team GB’s involvement at the summer games, with a nod to the Japanese capital.
A new book from Lou Downe, the UK government’s former director of design, seeks to establish a universal language for the often-overlooked discipline of service design.
The Italian aperitif has been given a new look and feel, including packaging design and wordmark, by Milan-based studio Robilant Associati.
The new look, launched to coincide with a new fleet of aircraft, will be used across the airline’s livery and cabin interiors, as well as all communications.
Covariant is an American AI company that allows robots to “see, reason and act on the world around them” and is aimed at industrial applications.
Spotted by a fan online, the additional feature on the stamp set launched last month was included to pay homage to the classic video game “Easter Egg”.
The Design Museum’s Designers in Residence exhibition explores the possibilities of new materials, inspired by Mars exploration.
The new Sutton-based centre focuses on fostering community among patients and families, while providing a “a vital meeting point between hospital and home”.
The IPC, which organises the Paralympic Game, has been given a new look in time for the summer games in Tokyo.
A new book from GraphicDesign& is imploring the British public to listen to each other by presenting the arguments of both sides of the EU debate, hoping to “encourage empathy,
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The independent brewer’s new look has been created with Made Thought and marks a change in the company’s positioning as it looks to embrace a more sustainable future.
Design Bridge has branded Callaly, a tampon subscription service, with an identity that’s “graphical” and retains a “woman’s touch”.
Design studio Rare has developed a piece of “augmented creativity” software that builds “intelligent” briefs for clients.
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Visions of the Universe celebrates the UK’s contributions to the field by featuring astronomical phenomena discovered and investigated by the country’s astronomers and astrophysicists.
Professional hosting service Airsorted has been repositioned to “represent opportunity”, in a bid to become the genre-defining brand of its category.
Labelled as one of the pioneers of graphic design, the French creative known best for his posters for the Moulin Rouge Cabaret will be at the centre of the Victoria
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Mother Design New York has begun a visual update for the advice-sharing website, starting with a simplified logo and “subtle” name change.
The new identity, which has been led by London-based design studio Johnson Banks, seeks to “sensitively modernise” the 200-year-old organisation.
M&C Saatchi has branded the Irish city and county in a strategy that emphasises both its European roots and relative proximity to America.
Aiming to stand out from the likes of Peckham, Brixton and Dulwich, Studio Sutherland has designed a new identity for the south London area centring around the “Camberwell Brick”.
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