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 Mrs Dalloway, To the Lighthouse, Orlando, The Waves, A Room of One’s Own and The Years. The books are available to buy from Penguin’s website […]


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.

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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, packed up as an essentials kit with military-inspired typefaces, imagery, packaging and creative copywriting. Each pack also includes a personalised booklet with the client’s future account […]

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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 to move away from previous designs involving traditional Cornish scenes and hand-labelling, ASHA says it was inspired by other luxury ice cream competitors. The new packs […]


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 brand”, using a “bold colour palette and typography”, it says. The two characters, Eeny and Meeny, aim to represent the “fun, hectic and colourful scenarios” […]

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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 its customers. Art studio, Dorothy, has expressed its love for the first ever Mac by creating a three colour litho print, in which tiny people are […]


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 ingredients. The ‘V’ shape over the ‘O’ points towards the food’s key, high-protein ingredient – cricket flour. As well as being a pun-lovers dream, the […]


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 “positive call to action” aimed at consumers, to encourage them to try hydrogen-powered, zero-emissions transport. “It invites people to become part of a growing community […]

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 Paul McNally, it features five favourite things from the likes of Adrian Shaughnessy, Jessica Hische and Debbie Millman.


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 design three special edition front covers of the magazine. In collaboration with Eine and Jealous Gallery in Shoreditch, The Big Issue will celebrate the 200 […]


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 protection of big cats worldwide. This will lead up to an opportunity for volunteers to take part in a five day project at Big Cat […]


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 each country. The designs have also been made into posters.

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