The London-based consultancy has created a new corporate identity based around the idea of messenger apps’ ellipses devices.
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The DBA brings in three new board directors as it looks to prove “the vital role the UK design industry plays in our nation’s competitiveness” against a backdrop of Brexit negotiations.
“We want to bring together countries to look at design’s important role in the big emotive issues of our time,” says festival director.
US creative studio Loyalkaspar has created a new logo, typeface and on-screen designs for Syfy.
WKD has overhauled its brand to help close the gap between “consumer interests and demands” and introduced a bold new look inspired by oil painting.
The permanent Medicine Galleries will cost £24 million and are being designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects to host objects from The Welcome Collection at the Science Museum.
Magnetic North has created an identity system for a BBC neurodiversity campaign using colours and shapes which have been designed with people with neurological conditions in mind.
A new wearable device has been created, which gives people with dementia independence and allows their carers to know if they are within a designated safe area.
Warhol was an artist whose practice constantly danced with graphic design. Having started out in the world of advertising, it’s little surprise that his work so frequently nodded to design’s immediacy – its need to please the masses, its inherent omnipresence.
Unless you’ve been living in a sewer, no doubt you’ll be aware that this week sees the UK launch of a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie.
Creativity and the clandestine have always made raucous bedfellows. When these are joined by a sumptuous appreciation of the female form – as in Mike Perry’s wonderful new book, My Mother Caught Me Doodling, the combination becomes a brilliantly bold, boisterous ménage a trois.
East London-based illustration agency Rude is celebrating its 15th birthday with a trip to the seaside.