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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 […]

Minions collection, by Craig & Karl

Design duo Craig & Karl has created a range of minion-themed phone cases and other accessories to mark the opening of film Despicable Me 3. The range features colourful illustrations of yellow minion characters dressed up as pineapples, hula dancers and other creatures. Featured products include phone cases, watches and wallets, which are available from Collette and Casetify.

Bonde festival identity, by Leo Porto and Felipe Rocha

Leo Porto, a designer at New York agency Collins, has worked with Felipe Rocha on the branding and orchestration of Bonde, a new Brazilian design conference launching next month in New York. The designs use a simple typography led approach and a yellow and black colour palette. The Maar Sans typeface by foundry Commercial Type […]

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 […]

Dr. Martens internal communications, by Music

Brand consultancy Music has worked with clothing retailer Dr. Martens to develop its internal communications strategy. As part of a year-long campaign, Music designed a “brand book” for Dr. Martens which has been distributed to all of its staff members around the world. The “brand book” takes the form of a vinyl record which comes […]

An A-Z Guide to Being a Freelance Designer, by Alan Long

Designer Alan Long has authored and designed a new book called An A-Z Guide to Being a Freelance Designer. The book offers practical advice for people who are new to freelancing in the graphic design industry. It deals with subjects ranging from work that will enhance a designer’s portfolio to navigating invoicing. The book is […]

Axel Arigato Gallery, by Christian Halleröd

Shoe and clothing brand Axel Arigato has opened a store-cum-gallery-space in Stockholm, Sweden, working with architect Christian Halleröd, who created the space. The space aims to appear “clean” with a few installations “blown out of proportion”, says the shoe brand, including a 100kg plexiglass display at the centre of the store, yellow fur seats and […]

TypeNotes Issue #1, by Fontsmith and The Counter Press

Type foundry Fontsmith has launched a new print magazine called TypeNotes that is dedicated to typography and graphic design. Designed by The Counter Press, the overall look of the magazine is inspired by a traditional ruled notebook. It features various Fontsmith typefaces including FS Sally, FS Maja, FS Siena, FS Lucas, FS Elliot and FS […]

Holidays, by Jean Jullien

French illustrator Jean Jullien has released a new book called Holidays, which offers an unfiltered snapshot of the typical tourist experience. The book includes illustrations of a holidaymaker sunbathing on the beach and another wearing a deflated rubber ring, along with a guide to various types of sunburn fon different parts of the body, such […]

Social Housing: Definitions and Design Exemplars, by Alexander Boxill

Alexander Boxill has designed a book and accompanying exhibition titled Social Housing: Definitions and Design Exemplars. Both the exhibition and book look at 24 case studies from six European countries that take a novel approach to social housing practices, including UK-based architectural group Assemble. A yellow, white and black colour palette and bold typography are […]

Me and EU postcards, by various designers

UK-based creatives have come together to create postcards that reach out to European studios and aim to create a sense of unity between the UK and EU. The project was set up by designers Nathan Smith and Sam T Smith as an open brief in June 2016. Now, over 100 designers have participated, including Craig […]

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 […]

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