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Anthology, by The Cass School of Art

Visual Communication students at The Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design have designed a new book of critical and creative writing. Anthology features the writing of the university’s English Literature and Creative Writing students, alongside illustrations and design by Visual Communication students. It aims to be a collection of the school’s “best fiction, poetry, […]

Helvetica 60th anniversary poster project, by various designers

Husmee Studio has worked with paper company Arjowiggins to bring together different designers to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Helvetica. The Spain-based studio has organised a project asking various design studios to create a poster devoted to the typeface. Sans-serif typeface Helvetica was developed by Max Miedinger and Eduard Hoffmann in Switzerland in 1957. Twenty […]

Welsh Food and Drink magazine, by Smörgåsbord

Wales-based studio Smörgåsbord has been commissioned by the Welsh Government to design a new magazine promoting the country’s food and drink sector. The new publication is part of a wider place branding project for Wales completed by Smörgåsbord last year. The A3, loose-paper magazine features the Cymru Wales Sans typeface created in collaboration with type […]

9Nine rebrand, by BrandOpus

BrandOpus has created a new name, visual identity and packaging for snack brand 9Nine, previously known as 9Bar. The new look sees a redrawn “9” symbol, and a new brand colour of red. It aims to make the brand less “niche” and more “relevant for the mainstream healthy consumer”, says Paul Taylor, chief creative officer […]

RTL AdConnect rebrand, by Underscore

Underscore has rebranded advertising sales company IP Network as RTL AdConnect, with the aim of reflecting its greater focus on digital. The new branding sees a “rich and varied” colour palette, and a “play button” triangle device, and aims to reflect “the many different stakeholders within the RTL group”, says Underscore founder, Neil Stanhope. It […]

Seabrook rebrand, by Robot Food

Consultancy Robot Food has designed a new visual identity for crisps brand Seabrook. The rebrand and packaging redesign aims to show off the heritage and “bold flavours” of the brand. Bright red, wavy stripes feature on the original sea salted flavour packet, blue on the sea salt & vinegar flavour and yellow on the cheese […]

Varasto branding, by Bluemarlin

Consultancy Bluemarlin has relaunched Finnish beer brand Varasto more than 100 years after it was first founded. Produced by one of Finland’s biggest breweries Sinebrychoff, Varasto was taken off the market 50 years ago. For the relaunch of the beer, Bluemarlin took inspiration from the history of the Finnish city of Kerava and Varasto’s original […]

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 […]

The Handmaid’s Tale art installation, by Paula Scher and Abbott Miler

Pentagram partners Paula Scher and Abbott Miller have designed a public art installation inspired by Margaret Atwood’s classic science fiction novel The Handmaid’s Tale. The installation aims to celebrate the new TV series adaptation of the book, which is being shown on video subscription service Hulu. The book sees women living a regime where they […]

Triumph ≠ Trump mural, by Craig Black Design

Craig Black Design has created a mural that formed part of political art exhibition Pissed Modernism, which took place at Edinburgh’s Patriothall Gallery throughout April. The Triumph ≠ Trump mural was the centerpiece of the show, and aimed to draw attention to how the election of a new US President should be a time of celebration, but […]

Hoppy Seabird packaging, by Limegreentangerine

Consultancy Limegreentangerine has designed the branding and packaging for new craft beer brand Hoppy Seabird, owned by Gower Brewery. The range, which includes an APA, IPA, lager and stout, aims to “not take itself seriously”, and hark back to its brewer, says Alex Down, head of brand at Limegreentangerine. The branding features an illustrated emblem of […]

The Colour of Things notebooks, by Tom Crawshaw

Designer Tom Crawshaw has created a series of six brightly coloured notebooks, called The Colour of Things. The notebooks feature foiled typographic covers, each with a collection of seemingly unconnected things that all share one common element: colour. The notebooks are printed and bound in the UK by Ambrose Press.

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