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Here East shuttle bus livery, by Dn&co

Dn&co has designed the livery for the new shuttle buses being used across Here East, a digital and creative campus in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, East London. The livery

Fourpure beer packaging, by Mr B & Friends

Mr B & Friends has designed the packaging for two new beers from London-based craft brewery Fourpure. The two new brews include Shape Shifter, an IPA from the West Coast

Threefold branding, by Baxter and Bailey

Consultancy Baxter and Bailey has designed a new brand identity for media agency Threefold. Threefold plan and manage brand campaigns for retailers, aimed at shoppers. The new identity is “playful”,

The SOL Foundation branding, by Designhouse

Designhouse has designed the visual identity for a new children’s charity, The SOL (Sports, Opportunities, Lives) Foundation, which aims to enhance the prospects of underprivileged young people through sport. The

Here East wayfinding system, by Dn&co

Dn&co has designed the signage and wayfinding system for Here East’s digital and creative campus at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London. The tech hub’s signage system is

Head Carrier album artwork, by Vaughan Oliver

Vaughan Oliver has designed the artwork for the Pixies’ new album, Head Carrier. The artwork will go on display for the first time at the Northern Design Festival in Newcastle,

London Design Biennale visual identity, by Pentagram

Pentagram partner Domenic Lippa has revealed that he was behind the design of the visual identity, signage and communication materials for the inaugural London Design Biennale, which recently took place at

Virginia Woolf book covers, by Aino-Maija Metsola

Helsinki-based illustrator Aino-Maija Metsola has designed front covers for a series of Virginia Woolf books, which are being republished by Vintage Classics. The illustrator has created designs for books including

Paper, by Ludwig Rensch

Product designer Ludwig Rensch’s minimal printer design, Paper, turns to the core functions and features of this common household and office item.

Brand Survival Kit, by Tann Westlake

Consultancy Tann Westlake has created a clever promotional pack, bespoke for each client it works for. The Brand Survival Kit includes a selection of “gifts” for clients within a tin,

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Jude’s Ice Cream, by ASHA

ASHA has redesigned the packaging and branding for British ice cream brand Jude’s. The design features new colour combinations and an ice cream kite mark bearing the words “Great British ice cream”. Wanting

Eenymeeny branding, by Iya Studio

Iya Studio has designed the branding for children’s online store Eenymeeny, using two colourful, animated characters as the main visual icons. The studio’s aim was to create a “fun and design-led

Apple Macintosh, by Dorothy

In 1984, Steve Jobs launched the Apple Macintosh with this Orwellian-inspired advert. The slow and chunky home computer signalled the start of things to come for Apple, as well for

BODHI, by Robot Food

Robot Food, has designed the packaging for a new UK start-up snack bar, BODHI. Using simple yet striking colours, Robot Food hopes to convey the snack bar’s natural and healthy

BeeZero branding, by Greenspace

Consultancy Greenspace has created the branding for BeeZero – a new hydrogen car-sharing service set to launch in Munich this summer. Greenspace founder Adrian Caddy says the name is a

The Five Things Book, by Paul McNally

The Five Things Book is a design-led, typographic book; revealing 118 people’s five favourite things; along with the stories behind why they love each thing. Designed by Belfast based designer

The Big Issue design, by Ben Eine

On April 7, 2016 The Big Issue will celebrate 200 million sales in Britain. To mark this date, The Big Issue has teamed up with street artist Ben Eine to

Project Roar!, by Tann Westlake

Tann Westlake has created the branding for Project Roar!, a community-based challenge run by The Body Shop Foundation. Project Roar! encourages people to get involved in supporting and campaigning for the

Cocoa Hernando, Matt Sewell

Illustrator Matt Sewell has illustrated these new chocolate boxes for Cocoa Hernando, a travel-inspired chocolate brand. Sewell has made four designs for China, India and Himalayan-inspired products referencing scenes from

Duty free robot, by Portland Design

Portland Design has created an automated system for pre-pay click and collect duty free shopping, involving a robot called ACE (Automated Collection Experience), which is operating in Auckland Airport, New

Chris’s World Famous Charity Ball, by Mr.M

Creative director and founder of Mr.M, Matt Maurer has created these fundraising materials for Chris’s World Famous… a team of fundraisers that support and raise money for MyelomaUK. The organisation

O.R.C.A branding, by Distil Studio

Distil Studio has created a new identity for the Ocean Rowing Club of the Atlantic, which specialises in the design and build of multi-hull rowing boats. The consultancy says it

Go Gos visual identity, by Pearlfisher

Pearlfisher has designed the visual identity for healthy children’s food brand Little Dish’s snack range Go Gos. The new design brings the “Little Dish characters all together for the first

Daymer Bay iced tea branding, by Mayday

Consultancy Mayday has redesigned the packaging for Daymer Bay iced tea drinks. The new designs will be launching at Waitrose next week, then rolling out to other retailers. The hand-drawn

Sainsbury’s HQ interiors, by PWW

PWW has redesigned the interiors at supermarket Sainsbury’s London HQ. The consultancy says: “The Sainsbury’s recognised colour palettes are used across bold graphics and signage to act as navigational points

David Bowie print, by Davey Podmore

Designer Davey Podmore has created a David Bowie-inspired print which is being sold to raise money for Cancer Research UK. The artist worked with Printclub to make the project happen,

Tylko branding, by Super Super

Warsaw-based consultancy Super Super has created the identity for Tylko, a new Polish furniture company. The consultancy says it aimed to develop “a simple, minimalistic yet flexible visual language that

The Five Things Book, by Paul McNally

The Five Things Book is a design-led, typographic book revealing more than 100 people’s five favourite things, along with the stories behind why they love each thing. The book, designed by

Runners Point interiors, by rpa:group

Rpa:group has designed a new interior concept for running footwear store Runners Point. The store design “avoids visual clutter” and “encourages freedom of movement within the space”, says the consultancy.

Wire sculptures, by Alexander Calder

An exhibition of Alexander Calder’s sculpture work is set to open at the Tate Modern in London this week. The exhibition space for Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture was designed by

Cadbury Amaze Bites branding, by Robot Food

Consultancy Robot Food has created the branding for a new chocolate cake product from Cadbury called Amaze Bites. Simon Forster, creative director at Robot Food, says the consultancy created design

Flora ProActiv branding, by Design Bridge

Design Bridge has created a new visual identity for margarine brand Flora’s ProActiv range. A new logo, typography and photography style has been created for the range, using the colour

1960s Polypropylene chair, by Robin Day

Robin Day’s 1960s classic Polypropylene side chair and armchair are being brought back to John Lewis’ flagship store. The chairs will be relaunched at the Oxford Street, London store to

Elsewhere, by Joji Koyama

Graphic artist Joji Koyama has designed an adult colouring book aimed at fellow artists and designers. Elsewhere is a “challenging” colouring book, says publisher Particular Books, a department of Penguin

Machinate lookbook, by Hatched

Design studio Hatched has worked with photographer James Williamson, printer Leycol and post production studio Tank on the Machinate lookbooks. The two books aim to “celebrate the collaboration of four different,

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