Design and print company Moo has created print materials for the Dominique Ansel Bakery London. This marks the bakery’s first store in London, with the original based in New York. The design company aims to “inject some ‘Britishness’” into the brand. The print materials include a series of postcards, including limited edition ones, and business […]
Swedish design studio Snask has created the branding and new album cover for its own in-house rock band Väg. Fredrik Öst, creative director at Snask, says the studio wanted to “dig deep into a 1970s visual style”, and have used a “classic flower power logotype”. The logotype was also used as an empty template against […]
Herc Ltd. has developed an app called Colorscape, which allows users to transform their photos into black and white sketches for colouring in. The lines on each photo can also be adjusted depending on how intricate the user wants the sketches to be. Colorscape is free to download from the app store.
Craig & Karl has created a new identity for Bread & Butter, a Berlin-based trend show. The branding features a colourful double ampersand, segmented together in a clash of different styles. An emoji-style language of “iconic” and “ironic” graphics was also developed for the event.
Sherlock has unveiled the hoardings for the Science Gallery London, which is currently under construction. The hoardings feature a giant eye designed to “penetrate through the crowds” in London Bridge. They also feature posters that form part of the “street gallery” section of the hoardings, showcasing various artworks including ones by Beatrice Haines and Effie […]
BrandOpus has created the visual identity for vegetable water brand, J.F.Rabbit’s Veg Water, designed to capture an inventive spirit and the fun of getting outside. The branding features a “mad rabbit professor” character called J.F.Rabbit who is “fascinated by the inherent goodness of vegetables”. The vegetable water is available in three different flavours; ginger, beetroot […]
Jim Stoddart has curated the first anthology of Instagram, showcasing creative and inspiring images taken by some of the social media app’s 500 million users. The Penguin art director has selected hundreds of photos, ranging from models backstage at a fashion show in Shanghai to an alleyway in central Kabul, Afghanistan. Life on Instagram is […]
Paris-based graphic designer Bastien Contraire has created Undercover, a book of duotone stencil images grouped together with one “odd one out” for readers to find. Each page shows a range of similar things, such as fruit, hats or dogs, in which one of the group is slightly out-of-place. Some spreads show subtle visual jokes – an […]
Belly Kids are paying tribute to famous couples with its new #relationshipgoals colouring book, Modern Lovers. The illustrations cover everyone from big name celeb couples such as Beyoncé and Jay Z to famous onscreen romances, including Mulder and Scully from the X-Files. Modern Lovers is available to buy from bellykids.bigcartel.com
Dear Data is a project that marries pen-pal tradition with a modern focus on data collection and recording, using hand-drawn infographic postcards to communicate. Information designers Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec had met twice before initiating the project, and are based in New York and London respectively. They chose to describe to one another what […]
The likes of Stephen Hawking, Richard Branson and Naomi Campbell are sharing their dreams for a charity art project that will help raise money for Save the Children. Leading artists including Jane Morgan, Romero Britto and Jill Berelowitz have also joined them in conjuring the spirit of Roald Dahl’s BFG and sharing their dreams. All […]
Brazilian graffiti artist Eduardo Kobra has attempted a Guinness World Record for the largest mural created by one artist. Coinciding with the Rio Olympics, the work illustrates five faces from five continents – a theme which links to the Olympic rings. The mural is painted on a vast 190-metre-long wall in the city’s formerly run-down […]