Wing Wing branding and interiors, by The Plant

London-based consultancy The Plant has designed the branding and interiors for Wing Wing, a new Korean fried chicken and beer restaurant in Central London. Both the visual identity and interiors are rooted in the “vibrancy” and “energy” of Koren pop culture, says The Plant, featuring a bright colour palette and abstract patterns. The logo is […]

Jerwood/FVU Award winners, by Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta

Artists Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta have been announced as the winners of this year’s Jerwood/FVU Awards. Now in its fifth edition, the theme this year is Unintended Consequences, with applicants being asked to address “how the best-laid plans can unravel and well-intentioned actions can provoke unexpected side-effects”, says Jerwood Gallery. Brennan and Perretta have both interpreted […]

Where to? Uber campaign, by various

Uber’s in-house design team has launched a new advertising campaign. Produced in collaboration with agencies Bartle Bogle Hegarty (BBH) London and Manning Gottlieb OMD, the campaign is called “Where to?” and is centred around the idea of “the effortless journey”, says Uber. The campaign film has been directed by Kim Gehrig and tells the story […]

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. […]

Manomasa campaign, by Collider

London-based ad agency Collider has created a new campaign for tortillas snack brand Manomasa. The fun campaign features six colourful illustrations by Spanish designer Ricardo Cavolo. The illustrations look to represent each of Manomasa’s main mantras: serve spirit not food, fortune flavours the bold, the revolucion will be bite-sized, be the talk of the taqueria, […]

Dough Universe, by Technology Will Save Us

London-based studio Technology Will Save Us has launched a crowdfunding campaign for a new interactive learning kit for kids made out of conductive play dough. The product is comprised of three individual kits that aim to help children learn about STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) principles, and the “fundamentals of electricity through light, […]

Botanica, by Super Symmetry

Netherlands-based studio Super Symmetry has worked on a visual effects and sound project bringing plants to life through music and video. The “musical science” project aims to showcase “the beauty of the plant world”, says the studio’s art director Marino Capitanio. The studio worked with musicians Deproducers and a scientist to craft an album and […]

Drink branding experiment, by Equator

Provided with just a blank sheet of paper and rows upon rows of empty bottles as inspiration, Equator tasked its design team with creating some unique infused spirit and liquor brands.  The designers brewed and created the drinks before coming up with their own brief and designing a branding and packaging solution. Examples included a tennis […]

Here After installation, by Craig & Karl

Design duo Craig & Karl has transformed a derelict petrol station on Wood Lane in London’s White City into a colourful, stripy installation called Here After. The brightly coloured design nods to the petrol station’s location between Television Centre, the BBC’s former headquarters and White City Place, the former BBC Media Village, with the selected […]

Culturescape, by Alexandra Plesner

London-based artist Alexandra Plesner has created a new installation to mark a ruling in Taiwan allowing same-sex marriage. Culturescape comprises 180 ice cream cones mounted on a white foam board. Plesner has hand painted the cones in an array of nine different rainbow colours. One cone has also been painted gold to represent “the one […]

Plants of Posters, by Federico Moreno and Juan Frias

A new art project has taken to the streets of Madrid, transforming advertising posters into flowerbeds. Plants of Posters is a new, non-profit venture set up by design copywriters Federico Moreno and Juan Frias. The pair have designed makeshift, cardboard cut-out plant pots that can be attached to ads across the city to counter how […]

Curious Arts Festival branding, by Sail Creative

Sail Creative has designed a multi-coloured brand identity for an LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) arts festival in Newcastle, based on the well-recognised rainbow flag. The branding for Curious Festival is made up of shapes and colours in different compositions, and “deconstructed” lettering, which aims to symbolise the festival “deconstructing labels” and “bringing them […]

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