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Aparto visual identity, by Dn&co

The colourful identity is based on the concept of “community” and “belonging”, says Dn&co, with a tagline that plays on the similarity between “Aparto” and being “a part of”. Dn&co creative director Patrick Eley, says: “Just as people come together, the component parts of the identity come together to express the concept of community.” The […]

Lichfields identity, by JWDK and GW+Co

Brand design consultancies JWDK and GW+Co have rebranded planning and development consultancy Lichfields, with a series of colourful, geometric shapes representing buildings. The abstract, Tetris-style shapes are based on a bird’s eye view of different urban landscapes, says JWDK, and are used to hold images and photography, create letters, and one is used to contain […]

Delta tray tables, by various

Noma Bar has joined other graphic artists and designers in designing tray tables for Delta, which will be fitted to its 767 aircraft. The project, which is in partnership with Coca Cola has set out to create “art galleries in the sky”. Delta destination cities have provided inspiration for the artists who have turned to […]

Digital Ornithology installation, by Jason Bruges Studio and JAC Studios

Jason Bruges Studio has collaborated with JAC Studios to design an immersive installation at Nationalpark Vadehavet in Denmark. The installation comprises 562 display screens suspended from the ceiling in a sequence designed to represent the migration of 12 million birds in the surrounding landscape.

Custom Lettering of the 20s and 30s, by Rian Hughes

Illustrator and designer Rian Hughes has produced a new book compiling the hand-drawn lettering which characterised the book covers, magazines, posters and advertising of the inter-war years. Custom Lettering of the 20s and 30s features over 6,500 images, with a foreword by US author and cartoonist Zavier Leslie Cabarga. The book will be published by […]

DKUK gallery interiors, by Sam Jacob Studio

Sam Jacob Studio has refurbished the interiors of the DKUK gallery in Peckham’s Holdrons Arcade. The space is run by artist and hairdresser Daniel Kelly, and functions as both an art gallery and hair salon. A mirror is used as a “spatial device” in the centre of the space, with yellow framing structures used to […]

Earthmovers, by Supermundane for Cat Footwear

Illustrator and designer Supermundane has created this mural for Cat Footwear’s Earthmovers project, an ongoing series spotlighting creatives. Here Supermundane (aka Rob Lowe) talks about his inspiration – “the hard edge artists of the ’60s” – and the thinking behind his distinctive style. One of the other films in the series focuses on Camille Wallala.

Paper blue tit, for Waitrose Weekend, by Lisa Lloyd

Designer and illustrator Lisa Lloyd has created this paper cut blue tit, which features on the front cover of the current issue of Waitrose Weekend magazine. The commission has also been made into a small set of prints and readers stand to win one of five if they enter a competition.

The Really Quite Good British Cookbook cover design, by Sir Peter Blake

Sir Peter Blake has designed the cover for a new cookbook called The Really Quite Good British Cookbook. The artist and illustrator – who designed album covers such as The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and Oasis’ Definitely Maybe – has created a multicoloured block design for the book cover. Edited by William […]

TRT World branding, by DixonBaxi

  DixonBaxi has created the brand concept for Turkish state broadcaster TRT World. The consultancy helped to create the English-language news brand’s editorial principles and brand strategy, and designed a full identity system. The visual identity is centred on the concept of “where news inspires change”. DixonBaxi has designed titles for each news segment, including […]

Hipstory, by Amit Shimoni

Illustrator Amit Shimoni has designed a set of postcards which reimagine famous world leaders as modern-day hipsters, accompanied by biographies written by Stephen Ellcock. Featured politicians include Barack ‘Barrie OB’ Obama, ‘Hilly’ Clinton and – of course – a hipster, quiffed version of Donald Trump. The bound set of 20 postcards will published by Laurence […]

“Don’t do this at work” code of conduct, by Telia and Wolff Olins

Wolff Olins has designed the corporate code of conduct for employees of Swedish telecommunications company, Telia. While codes of conduct are “typically dry manuals rarely read or engaged with by anyone”, the consultancy says it looked to make the design and tone of “Don’t do this at work” much more fun and engaging for employees. […]

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