An exhibition celebrating influential female fashion designers and an event on digital design from an Asian perspective feature in Design Week’s December highlights.
The first project for the chosen studio will be an exhibition on early medieval insular manuscripts and medieval Ireland with a budget of £1.1 million.
A new book offers a behind-the-scenes look at hip hop’s biggest artists, just as the genre was breaking into the mainstream.
The Yard Creative’s visual identity for new children’s circular fashion brand Talou “celebrates the joy, creativity, and exploration of childhood”.
Stained glass windows are a core element of Bath & Barley’s interiors and identity by WeWantMore, referencing Belgium’s history of beer brewing in abbeys.
Inspired by jazz record covers and the “brutal” imagery of oppressive states, Prophet Song’s cover was designed to depict the hostile environment inhabited by the characters.
The annual global competition for projects designed to help people and planet reveals its shortlist with categories reflecting the COP28 agenda.
The Northern Creative Corridor aims to “unlock the huge potential of the creative industries across the North of England” by nurturing existing “pockets of creative genius”.
Designed by Two Times Elliott, Paist’s identity features a modular typeface that works in tandem with a bright colour palette and abstract 3D forms to create a unique brand system.
Design leaders and tax experts react to a Statement which promises to “cut taxes and reward work” to achieve growth – but may not be investing in the right tools.
Berlin-based HelloMe has created a new identity and website for electronic music platform Resident Advisor’s creative studio, 23:59.
The new trophy design should be “distinctive” and reflect “the new modernised King’s Awards” while using sustainable materials and retaining the traditional crystal element.
The protected areas of land have a new identity system that allows each location to have its own personality while remaining part of “a living patchwork”.
Kieron Lewis designed the New Brownies’ Book, by Karida L Brown and Charly Palmer, mixing century-old content with new writing and art to inspire a new generation of Black families.
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Casson Mann’s exhibition design for the renovated Musée national de la Marine looks to “bring the sea to Paris” and balances contemporary design, innovation and heritage.
The app’s green and orange gradient colour palette was chosen to “exude pulsating energy” while also indicating how well movements are being performed.
The sandwich restaurant aims to invoke memories of “lakeside summer camps, picnics and classic striped beach towels” through its suite of playful illustrations.
The National Portrait Gallery’s two new hospitality venues and an authentically designed Thai restaurant in Borough Market feature in this month’s top interior projects.
Each invention looks to solve a different global issue, including more efficient medical care in war and disaster zones and weather-related environmental issues that affect energy consumption.
Whether futuristic fashion modelled by Bauble-head mannequins or festive food with a mind of its own, this year’s Christmas windows displays will not disappoint.
Pearlfisher materials and sustainability lead Suzy Shelley speaks on “the power of marginal gains” and how designers can encourage clients to make small but effective changes.
An “elegant feline form” has been incorporated into the wordmark while “unique feline touches” feature in the bespoke headline font.
The website is intended to offer web designers and developers clear instructions to make websites accessible for as many people as possible.
As part of his series reflecting on the nature of creativity, Tallon finds that once you dare to put a price on your skills, your creative peers are often willing
The heart logo has two “dynamic states” to mirror the experience of listening to music and is made up of rounded forms that inspired bespoke headline typeface Deezer Sans.
The new Horizons Gallery has been afforded an estimated budget of £3.3 million – £3.7 million, with a fee of £274,000.
The type-led identity and new website looks to foreground the organisation’s purpose as well as key findings from its published research.