Carlsberg Black Gold packaging, by Kontrapunkt

Denmark-based studio Kontrapunkt has redesigned the packaging for Carlsberg’s Black Gold lager. The new packaging nods to the brand’s historic Black Gold bottles, with more saturated black and golden colours than the previous design. Kontrapunkt has also added a black top cap to the packaging to help the beer stand out on the shelves. The […]

Poetry Foundation rebrand, by Pentagram

Pentagram partner Michael Bierut has led a project to design a new visual identity for non-profit publisher the Poetry Foundation. The rebrand encompasses the foundation’s logo, print materials and magazine Poetry, and coincides with the redesign of its website by Chicago-based consultancy Fuzzy Math. The new identity looks to retain the support of existing poetry […]

Archidoodle: Architects’ Activity Postcards, by Steve Bowkett

Architect and academic Steve Bowkett is set to release the latest book in his Archidoodle series. Archidoodle: Architects’ Activity Postcards features 20 postcards of illustrations from the author’s Archidoodle and Archidoodle City books. Featured illustrations include bridge designs and futuristic cityscapes, which can be coloured in, doodled on and sent on to loved ones. The […]

Summit branding, by Designhouse

Brand consultancy Designhouse has created the visual identity for a private clinic currently being built in Swiss ski resort Crans Montana. Summit will mainly carry out day surgeries, and will focus on beauty and orthopaedic treatments. A neutral grey logo is inspired by Switzerland’s mountains, the cross symbol seen in its national flag and Swiss […]

Outline Editions prints, by various

Limited edition print retailer Outline Editions has released two new prints for summer 2017. The first print, Jungle, is by recent Camberwell College of Arts graduate Mia & Angelo, and layers photography with colourful drawings to create a collage effect. The second print is called Bang My Drum by London-based artist duo WordsToLiveBy, which combines […]

Offset, by Layer

London-based industrial design studio Layer has created Offset, a shaving brush sytem for male grooming accessories start-up Follicle & Limb. Offset is comprised of three parts – a badger hair shaving brush, and a case which transforms into a stand for drying the brush and a dish to hold the razor. The brush handle and […]

Hansine branding, by Accept & Proceed

London-based studio Accept & Proceed has created the visual identity and tone of voice for new fashion brand Hansine. Born from a love of travel, the brand’s identity takes inspiration from the stencilled monograms seen on vintage Louis Vuitton suitcases. Accept & Proceed has designed Hansine’s company business cards, retail bags and labels, which feature […]

D&AD New Blood Festival, by various

The Old Truman Brewery in East London has opened its doors for the 2017 edition of the D&AD New Blood Festival. The festival is showcasing some of the best creative work from more than 1,000 students at design colleges and universities all over the country. Spread across two days, the festival will also see talks […]

National Gallery of Ireland rebrand, by True North

Manchester-based brand consultancy True North has rebranded the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin. A new visual identity is based around the idea of “Where Ireland embraces art”, and features a graphic “N” symbol in a stencil typeface inspired by the engravings seen on the gallery building. A new website for the gallery has also […]

The Wimbledon Championships campaign, by Space

Consultancy Space has created a campaign for The Wimbledon Championships 2017. Based on the concept of “In Pursuit of Greatness”, the campaign looks to highlight the year-round work of the team behind the tennis championships, ranging from groundsmen and gardeners to ballgirls and ballboys. The campaign has now rolled out across physical touchpoints in and […]

Memory Maps SE11, by Studio Ëpp

Studio Ëpp has created a series of audio guide walking routes inspired by interviews with residents in Kennington and Vauxhall, South London. The London-based studio interviewed local people connected to the areas and asked them about places of interest, with each interview being turned into a digital walking guide. Some of the featured interviewees include […]

Bittersweet, by Noma Bar

Israeli illustrator Noma Bar has released a five-volume retrospective book detailing his favourite works from over the course of his career. Known for his use of negative space and playful hidden messages, commissions featured in the book include Bar’s work for media companies such as The New York Times and the Guardian, as well as […]

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