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Botanic Art wall, by Build Studios

Built Studios has introduced a living, green wall in its co-working space in Waterloo, London. The Botanic Art wall is comprised of 140 plants, including green ferns, climbing fig, English

Twine branding, by Supple Studio

Supple Studio has created the name and identity for Twine, a website and app that helps local businesses measure their economic, social and community impact. Supple director Jamie Ellul, says:

Mobiloo branding, by Supple

Supple has designed the branding for Mobilloo, a mobile, attended changing facility for people with significant physical impairments. The identity centres on the “L” in loo, which is playfully designed

Movi branding, by Branch

Studio Branch has created the visual identity for Movi, a new video app. Movi is a tech start-up based in Norway and California, and aims to be an “interactive mobile

Summer Screen Prints 2016, by Various

Print Club London has commissioned a selection of artists to create limited-edition film posters for the Summer Screen Prints 2016 exhibition. The exhibition, which is being held at Somerset House,

Royal Albert 100 Years, by The One Off

The One Off has created a series of hand-rendered illustrations to celebrate the design history of Royal Albert china. The illustrations are displayed in an animated pop up storybook, which

Virgin Active Inclass

The Pack digital cycling game, by Wolff Olins

Consultancy Wolff Olins has designed a new digital game that will be used in Virgin Active gyms to transform cycle classes. The Pack is a series of interactive games designed to transform the

Cancer Research UK brand system, by SomeOne

Consultancy SomeOne has created a new design system for Cancer Research UK and its portfolio of services. The new system involves a way to “signpost” the five main groups, which

Pop-up shop, by Playtype

ARAM will be hosting a pop-up shop by the Danish type foundry Playtype, from 18 April to 6 May. Playtype will be selling various products including notepads, posters and mugs.

Cadbury Easter range, by Design Bridge

Design Bridge has created this year’s Easter range for Cadbury, developing the “chick” and “bunny” characters for the range. The consultancy says it has “united the whole range using 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

Umbro Medusae campaign, by LOVE

LOVE has developed a brand campaign to launch Umbro’s new Medusae football boot. The consultancy says: “Clashing the worlds of football and magic, our creative idea hinged on an extraordinary execution

Ted Baker Valentine’s Day microsite, by SMACK

Consultancy SMACK has designed an interactive online Valentine’s Day campaign for Ted Baker, which sees users “go fishing”. The Ted Baker Solemates microsite uses “psychedelic graphics and bespoke illustrations”, says

Art Vinyl 2015 winners, by various artists

Art Vinyl has announced the winner of its 2015 album cover art competition, as Dave Gilmour’s “Rattle That Lock”. Drenge’s “Undertow” comes second, and Tame Impala’s “Currents” comes third. The cover

Yorkshire Provender soup packaging, by CHILLI

Consultancy CHILLI has created the packaging for new soups released by Yorkshire Provender. The new “Journeys in Flavour” soup range aims to represent “exotic and spicy, but authentic” flavours, says the

Budgens Christmas Packs, by Taxi Studio

Budgens has created the Christmas packaging for Budgens, as well as the point-of-sale material for its 150 UK stores. Taxi Studio creative partner Spencer Buck says: “The big idea was to

Cadbury Christmas range, by Design Bridge

Design Bridge has created the packaging for this year’s Cadbury Christmas range. The designs feature felt fabric details layered on top of knitted winter landscapes and are used across 22 products.

With And For Girls branding, by Cog

Working collaboratively with panels of girls across the globe, Cog has created the branding for $1m awards scheme, With And For Girls. The With and For Girls collective is a group

Fitzroy Gate branding, by Evolve

Consultancy Evolve has designed the branding for a new, converted listed housing development in Isleworth, which was previously a stately home. Fitzroy Gate will contain 39 four, five and six-bedroom houses by

Cadbury Halloween range, by Robot Food

Robot Food has created the designs for the Cadburys Halloween range, for Premier Foods. The consultancy says: “We got to work on a wide range of NPD concepts and, via a

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

Manchester Cathedral prospectus, by Substance

Consultancy Substance has created a prospectus for Manchester Cathedral that features a blind-embossed slipcase, a Z-fold brochure format and two custom typefaces. The prospectus is titled Greater Good and showcases

Jameson Bitters, by Pearlfisher

Pearlfisher has created the brand and packaging design for the new Wild Sloe Berry Bitters, by Jameson. Pearlfisher Creative Director, Sarah Cattle says: “The new design is honest and unpretentious, capturing and

Courvoisier rebrand, by Jones Knowles Ritchie

Jones Knowles Ritchie (jkr) has rebranded Cognac brand Courvoisier, with the aim of conveying its French heritage. Sean Thomas, creative director at jkr, says the “architecture and artistry of Paris”

MK Menhir, by Sam Jacob Studio

Sam Jacob Studio has been granted planning permission for the MK Menhir project – a 1:1 replica of a standing stone from Avebury which will be sited in Milton Keynes.

NCVO branding, by MultiAdaptor

MultiAdaptor has designed a new visual identity for the National Council of Voluntary Organisations (NCVO). Greg Lamyman, brand and publishing officer at NCVO, says: “MultiAdaptor has created a powerful brand

Riposte, by Shaz Madani and Danielle Pender

The fourth issue of Riposte, “the smart magazine for women”, has been published. It is designed by art director Shaz Madani who works across the bi-annual issues with editor Danielle

Glenmorangie whisky packaging design, by ButterflyCannon

ButterflyCannon has redesigned the packaging for Glenmorangie’s range of extra-matured whiskies. The consultancy aimed to reflect the whiskies’ “intensity” through a “fiery colour palette” and “Andalusian-inspired detailing”. The redesign has

Plant for Peace branding, by Purple

Purple has created the identity for initiative Plant for Peace, which encourages food-producing co-operatives in conflict-hit countries. The brand is launching with a range of Mulberry & Pomegranate bars, with

Al Jazeera Studios, by Veech x Veech

Vienna-based architect Veech x Veech has designed the new headquarters and broadcast studios for Al Jazeera Media Network, in London’s Shard building. The practice says the project featured “the complex task

Tiko branding, by Moving Brands

Moving Brands has created the identity for Internet of Things company Tiko. The consultancy says: “The identity and communications are playful and human to attract an audience new to connected

Election Bullshit Filter, by Code Computerlove

Code Computerlove has created an online tool that aims to help young and first-time voters cut through the “bullshit” of the General Election. The ‘Election Bullshit Filter’ offers users statements

Optos T-shirt for Bleep, by Alexander Horne

Alexander Horne has designed the Optos T-shirt for Bleep. Horne says: “‘Optos’ is the result of a continued exploration of irregular perfect shapes. The final design is completely quadrilateral but,

Capsticks branding, by David Carroll & Co

David Carroll & Co has refreshed the branding for health and social care law firm Capsticks with the aim of focusing on the “social purpose” of the business to help

The Glenlivet identity, by SomeOne

SomeOne has worked with craftsman Christopher Wormell to create a new identity for whisky brand The Glenlivet. The identity uses an image of an old smuggler’s packhorse bridge on the River


Fares & Ticketing for TfL, by M&C Saatchi

M&C Saatchi has created this colourful campaign for TfL to advise travellers on how to get the best value out of travelling on public transport. It is rolling out across

Print Isn’t Dead, by James Lunn

The latest Print Isn’t Dead magazine has been published. It comes in two versions – a litho (purple and pink) and a screenprinted version. It has been designed by James


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