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Crossrail has released new images of the stations that will make up the Elizabeth Line – a new rail line across the capital that will open in 2018.
Legendary designer Seymour Chwast has taken to Kickstarter to launch his new book – a collection of illustrations of wars through the ages.
In this Q&A, he explains his attraction to the subject and talks about finding “an element of artfulness” in war.
Event has developed a content concept for the planned Danish museum, which informed the architectural concept developed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma
Fabrique is working on new digital products for the gallery, while Applied Wayfinding is developing a new wayfinding system.
A new exhibition at the ICA in London will look at the Italian brand’s graphic and physical design heritage.
De los Reyes has been a wheelchair user since an accident in 2013 and is a keen proponent of inclusive design.
Eliza Brownjohn, daughter of US graphic design great Robert Brownjohn, has created a website dedicated to her father’s work.
Robert Brownjohn was born in the US in 1925. After studying under Bauhaus co-founder Lázló Moholy-Nagy, he worked on title sequences for Bond films, album covers for Columbia Records and identity and campaign work for clients including Pepsi-Cola and Kit-Kat. He died in 1970 at the age of 44.
The site features famous Brownjohn projects including the titles for From Russia With Love, the Rolling Stones’ Let It Bleed cover and moving graphics for Midland Bank, as well as less well-known work such as cigarette packaging and identities for architects and shopping centres.
We speak to Eliza about setting up the site and preserving her father’s graphic legacy.
Grange’s iconic high-speed train design marks its 40th year in service this year, but is set to be replaced by new models hitting the tracks.
Springetts has eschewed “conventional food photography” with its new designs for the dessert brand.
WPP says its branding consultancies have been among its strongest performing businesses, as the network announces its quarterly results.