Manchester-based brand consultancy True North has rebranded the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin. A new visual identity is based around the idea of “Where Ireland embraces art”, and features a graphic “N” symbol in a stencil typeface inspired by the engravings seen on the gallery building. A new website for the gallery has also […]
Templo has rebranded the LSE Climate Change Institute, creating a logo which looks to highlights the two main aspects of its work: economic prosperity and reducing climate change. The agency has integrated the institute’s full name with the symbol to make it a feature of the branding, as well introducing a new typeface and red […]
Startup company Buzzbike has commissioned a group of London artists to design a unique bicycle pattern, in celebration of its launch. The crowdfunded project is a free cycling scheme, which invites brands to sponsor a single speed Cooper bike. The ownership model has been unveiled at London’s Design Museum, and includes four specially designed bicycles to […]
BrandOpus has given Swannay Brewery beers a new look by updating its logo and redesigning an expanded craft beers range. The Orkney Isles brewery is run by a father and son team and the new direction features scenes depicting life by the North Altlantic Ocean as well as nautical flags to express this.
Sebastian Bergne has designed these “Landscape boxes”, which are comprised of two polymer parts and appear to have a randomised shape. There are twelve colour variations, each designed to evoke different kinds of scenes such as an English summer’s day, a desert dawn, seascapes and arctic storms. The effect is achieved by combining different plastics […]
New York industrial designer Jung Soo Park is making icons out of icons. His Museum of Pixelated Industrial Design displays the most significant industrial designs of our time—via pixelated renderings on Instagram. The designer started the concept museum four weeks ago to draw attention to influential industrial designs throughout history. He has published 39 designs […]
The Wellcome Collection has opened a new exhibition on Buddhist yoga and meditation, and has created multi-layered marketing material to represent intrigue and secretiveness. The imagery for the artwork has been illustrated by Petra Börner, and uses several sheets of paper to construct the imagery, to create a layered look. It was designed by Malcolm […]
KCA London has designed AHOY! – a new gallery for 0-7 year-olds at the National maritime Museum in Greenwich, which opens to the public this week. KCA says it has been designed to “fire children’s imaginations” by allowing them to fish from the end of a pier, stoke the boiler on a steam ship, captain […]