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The Creative Circle identity, by Grey London

Ad agency Grey London has designed a new identity for advertising and marketing awards body, The Creative Circle. The identity is designed to be “anarchic” and “angry”, says Grey London, with a new annual featuring pre-torn and screwed up pages, defaced photos of The Creative Circle’s president and jurors and ink deliberately splashed over the […]

25 Years of the Premier League book design, by Jonathan Roberts

Graphic designer Jonathan Roberts has designed a new concept publication that celebrates the history of the Premier League. 25 Years of the Premier League cites facts, records and statistics supplied by Opta, the Premier League’s official sports data provider. Records include highest appearances, highest possession in a game and furthest distance for a goal. The […]

Guinness St Patrick’s Weekend campaign, by Iris and McBess

Iris has created a campaign for Guinness to coincide with St Patrick’s Weekend, called “Let’s Get Together”. The consultancy commissioned illustrator McBess to create a series of monochromatic illustrations, which feature characters ranging from bikers and hipsters to jockeys. The illustrations also reference figures from famous Guinness adverts, including surfers, flamboyantly dressed Congolese men – […]

RSA membership card, by Together Design and Adam Simpson

Together Design has worked with illustrator Adam Simpson to redesign the Royal Society of the Arts’ (RSA) membership card. The Fellowship card indicates that a person or organisation is a member of the RSA. Together Design says they aimed to create something that was “thought-provoking” and “full of imagination”, which RSA Fellows would be “proud” […]

Joto, by Those

Design studio Those has launched Joto, a display which looks to make digital visualisations more interactive. Joto is a wipe-clean digital display with a pen and eraser attachment, and a mechanical arm that physically draws out images and words. It is controlled via an app. Users use the app to send words or images to […]

Scotland baby box, by Leanne Young

Graphic design student Leanne Young has been announced as the winner of a competition in Scotland to design a “baby box” for its new nationwide scheme. The scheme will see every new-born baby in the country receive a box of 40 different items, including clothing, bedding and toys, with the aim of improving child health […]

Air-Ink, by Graviky Labs

Indian start-up company Graviky Labs has launched a crowdfunding campaign for Air-Ink, a collection of ink-based products made out of carbon emissions. Using its Kaalink technology, Graviky Labs is able to capture unburned carbon soot emitted by car pipe exhausts, chimneys and generators. Various processes are carried out to remove heavy metals and carcinogens from […]

Electric Ink brand, by Robot Food

Consultancy Robot Food has created tattoo care brand Electric Ink, naming it and giving it a visual identity. The studio worked with Tom Gilmour, who created illustrations based on tattoo art. The design includes a monochrome packaging design, complemented by a colour palette of orange, blue and green used to differentiate the names of the three […]

London Fashion Week mural, by Jacqueline Bissett

Fashion illustrator Jacqueline Bissett has decorated the windows of design consultancy Gpstudio with sketches of outfits she saw at London Fashion Week. The colourful illustrations adorn the studio’s arch window that sits under the railway at Southwark in London, “transforming the pavement outside into a free gallery”, says the studio. Bissett has painted interpretations of […]

Artist edition of Lost Ocean, by Johanna Basford

Illustrator Johanna Basford is set to release a new book featuring 24 of the most popular hand-drawn illustrations from her original colouring book, Lost Ocean. The marine-themed illustrations are printed on single-sided, thick card and on a larger scale than previously seen. Lost Ocean will be released on 6 April by Virgin Books.

Halo compostable coffee capsule, by Nils Leonard

Nils Leonard, former chairman and chief creative officer at Grey London, has launched Halo, an environmentally friendly coffee brand. The environmental design team at Halo claim to have developed the “world’s first fully compostable coffee capsule.” Each eco-friendly Halo capsule is made from a natural blend of fibres including bamboo and paper, which degrades completely within […]

Every Freedom Needs a Fighter campaign, by Amnesty International

Amnesty International Hong Kong has launched its “Every Freedom Needs a Fighter” campaign, which looks to highlight the erosion of the country’s freedom of expression laws. As part of the campaign, Amnesty International opened a pop-up bookstore in central Hong Kong that sold over 1,000 censored or blacked out books to suggest that this could […]

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