The Peace Corps has unveiled a refreshed logo and brand, designed to inspire a “mission-driven” audience of millennials, to “change lives the world over”. The Peace Corps is a volunteer programme
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Design studio Spin has unveiled a dramatic new look for the legendary London nightclub and independent record label Ministry of Sound.
Events company Live Union rebranded with “i” used as graphic device to show how connections are forged between stakeholders.
Agency Mother Design has developed an interactive sales experience for potential buyers interested in the late architect’s designs.
Checkland Kindleysides has created a new store concept for UGG footwear, which is its “biggest re-launch in 37 years.”
Agency JKR has created a new bottle design for Stella Artois, which is inspired by the brand’s medieval heritage and its chalice glass.
Consultancy We Believers has worked with Saltwater Brewery to create edible beer packaging, which prevents sea turtles and birds from ingesting toxic plastic.
Penguin Random House has unveiled a new range of classic titles, which use a bold, colour-coded format to differentiate each book by its original language.
Royal Mail has created a new set of stamps, which showcase Pink Floyd’s iconic album artwork and have taken inspiration from a 2010 Studio Dempsey design.
Consultancy Cheetham Bell has created a new brand identity for Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre.
Consultancy Venturethree has opted for an “informal” approach with the campaign it has designed for Britain Stronger in Europe, which is hoping to increase young voter engagement with its cause.
Architect WMOR has unveiled interior design concepts for a fleet of exercise buses, which will enable commuters to exercise on their way to work.