The Beauty and the Beast new edition, by MinaLima and Harper Collins

MinaLima – the studio behind the graphic props used in the Harry Potter films – has illustrated a new edition of Beauty and the Beast for publisher Harper Collins. The book is printed on imitation cloth with gold foil type, and features colour illustrations and three-dimensional elements. This includes fold-outs and flaps depicting maps of […]

The Football Crest Index, by James Kirkup and designers

Digital designer James Kirkup has launched a new, independent print publication exploring football club crests. The Football Crest Index looks at the past and present crests of worldwide football clubs, exploring their history and tracking the evolution of the design over time. It features the 47 clubs which have played in the Premier League since […]

Byron website redesign, by Clubhouse Studios

Clubhouse Studios has redesigned restaurant chain Byron’s website and takeaway platform. The studio commissioned a number of illustrators who have already worked with Byron on its restaurant interiors to create illustrations for the website, including Alice Bowsher, Andrew Rae and Alec Doherty. The redesigned website also includes a new user interface and site architecture, which […]

Aparto visual identity, by Dn&co

The colourful identity is based on the concept of “community” and “belonging”, says Dn&co, with a tagline that plays on the similarity between “Aparto” and being “a part of”. Dn&co creative director Patrick Eley, says: “Just as people come together, the component parts of the identity come together to express the concept of community.” The […]

NASA new planet poster, by NASA

NASA has released a new retro-inspired travel poster to celebrate its discovery of seven Earth-sized planets. The planets, found around a single star outside our solar system are 40 light years from Earth. Three of the planets are located in the “habitable zone”, the area around the star where liquid water is most likely to be […]

Good Ordinary Claret bottle design, by Luke Edward Hall

Berry Bros. & Rudd has released a limited edition label for its Good Ordinary Claret. Illustrated by London-based designer Luke Edward Hall, the label shows a colourful version of Bacchus, the Roman god of wine. “We try and offer as little brief as possible so the designer is given free rein. The label is therefore a product […]

The Smudge, by Clay Hickson and Liana Jegers

US-based Illustrators Clay Hickson and Liana Jegers have designed The Smudge, a new monthly print newspaper. Its design takes inspiration from underground and alternative publications from the 1960s and 1970s, and aims to reflect their “spirit” through offering a “different perspective” on political and activist issues, according to the publisher. It will feature interviews, comics […]

Oscar Pop 2017, by Shutterstock

Stock photography website Shutterstock’s in-house design team has designed a series of graphic posters ahead of this year’s Oscars awards, reimagining each of the “best picture” nominees in a pop art style. Each of the posters is inspired by the work of a different pop artist to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the death […]

Wildlife Matters exhibition illustrations, by Patrick George

Illustrator Patrick George has designed a series of prints for the One Network for Conservation and the Arts (ONCA) gallery, as part of its new exhibition Wildlife Matters. The three-day exhibition will feature prints aimed at adults and will focus on the theme of animal welfare. The prints aim to highlight issues such as trophy […]

Cool Chile rebrand, by Bless Design

Bless Design has rebranded London-based Mexican food supplier Cool Chile in a bid to exhibit a stronger presence on the shelf. The rebrand will include a new-look coloured packaging, simplified logo and updated website. Kelly Peak, managing director of Cool Chile says: “By working closely alongside Bless Design, we are confident that the significant investment […]

Isle of Man Birds stamps, by Matt Sewell

Graffiti artist and illustrator Matt Sewell has launched a range of colourful bird themed stamps. The stamps feature watercolour illustrations of a variety of birds including the Blue Tit, Puffin, Cormorant and the specially commissioned Manx Shearwater, which is indigenous to the Isle of Man. Descriptions of the birds are written on each of the […]

London Fashion Week AW17 campaign, by Music

Branding and communication consultancy, Music has revealed its designs for the Autumn Winter 2017 London Fashion Week (LFW) campaign which has been initiated by the British Fashion Council. The approach focuses on interesting paper stocks, print finishes and sharp black and white imagery. It aims to be simple, timeless and similar to their aesthetic at […]

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