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Big Boss Palm branding and packaging, by Ayesha Sherriffs

United Arab Emirates-based designer Ayesha Sherriffs has created the branding and packaging for coconut soda water brand Big Boss Palm. Following its launch in Dubai in 2015, the coconut and vanilla flavoured, low calorie soda drink has now gone on sale in the UK. The visual identity and packaging aims to look “fun and chilled” […]

World Para Athletics Championships and IAAF World Championships branding, by SomeOne

SomeOne has created the visual identity for the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships and World Para Athletics Championships, which are taking place at London’s Olympic Stadium this summer. The identity builds on the existing colour palette seen in the championships’ logos, which includes pink, purple, orange and yellow. SomeOne has increased the […]

Café Party interiors, by various

Glasgow-based studio Goodd and art gallery The Modern Institute have redesigned the interiors of the café at sculpture park and gallery Jupiter Artland in West Lothian, Scotland. The café’s newly constructed extension features a brightly coloured, surrealist-inspired mural by artist Nicholas Party. The mural is Party’s take on a Parisian-style bistro, and includes hand-painted interpretations […]

Peri.A branding, by Love

Manchester-based consultancy Love has created the visual identity and tone of voice for fashion designer Peri Arenas’ new women’s clothing brand, Peri.A. Love was briefed by Arenas to “brand the shit out of me”, says senior creative director Chris Myers. The identity features an all-capitals, foil blocked typeface and a bright colour palette of pink, […]

Papersmiths London store design, by B

Design studio B has worked on a self-initiated project creating the interiors for a new shop from paper company Papersmiths. The store marks Papersmiths’ first London outlet, and is based in a shipping container at the Boxpark in Shoreditch. It sells stationery, greeting cards, magazines and home products. The interiors feature a “muted” colour palette […]

Venice Biennale Hong Kong pavilion branding, by Hato Studio

Hato Studio has designed the branding for the Hong Kong pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale, which is centred around the work of multi-disciplinary artist and musician Samson Young. The pavilion is made up of an exhibition called Songs for Disaster Relief, which features artworks of different mediums exploring the concept of charity music singles. […]

#KeepBritainKind campaign, by Liberty and David Shrigley

Illustrator David Shrigley has worked with human rights organisation Liberty on a campaign that hopes to persuade Government to choose “decency” over “discrimination”, says the charity. #KeepBritainKind will last five years and will involve Liberty campaigning in Parliament, in courts and on streets across the UK to dismantle existing laws which they see as “racist, […]

Unity Beauty Essentials: The Pregnancy Collection, by ButterflyCannon

Studio ButterflyCannon has designed the branding and packaging for a new range of beauty products for women who are pregnant, and for those following pregnancy. Unity Beauty Essentials: The Pregnancy Collection has been founded by Parvathi Nair, who found existing beauty products for pregnant women to be “cold and clinical-looking”, says the design studio. The […]

Autism Uncut branding, by Don’t Panic Partners

Don’t Panic Partners has created the branding for the National Autistic Society’s new campaign Autism Uncut, which looks to raise awareness and increase people’s understanding of the developmental condition. The print materials for the campaign feature a series of peel-away and scratch-off tabs, which encourage users to reveal the full messaging. It aims to symbolise […]

Am I normal? card game, by The School of Life

The School of Life has released a new card game called Am I Normal? The pack of 52 playing cards looks to tackle our perception of “normality”, which currently tends to focus on an “organised, poised and polished” version of ourselves, says The School of Life. It features 52 statements or admissions that seemingly fall […]

Perdiz issue eight, by Querida Studio

Barcelona-based Querida Studio has designed the eighth issue of Perdiz magazine, with cover design by Spanish artist Carlota Guerrero. The magazine describes itself as being a title about “people and the things that make them happy”, with features on individuals including a university professor who trains his own flea circus and a roundabout fanatic from […]

Las Iguanas kid’s menu, by Aardman

Bristol-based animation studio Aardman has designed a new kid’s menu for Latin American restaurant chain Las Iguanas. The studio created a series of colourful new characters for the menu, including Iggy the Iguana. The new menu also features activities such as colouring in sections, word puzzles, mazes and basic Spanish language lessons. An animated version […]

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