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Good Ordinary Claret bottle design, by Luke Edward Hall

Berry Bros. & Rudd has released a limited edition label for its Good Ordinary Claret. Illustrated by London-based designer Luke Edward Hall, the label shows a colourful version of Bacchus, the Roman god of wine. “We try and offer as little brief as possible so the designer is given free rein. The label is therefore a product […]

Oscar Pop 2017, by Shutterstock

Stock photography website Shutterstock’s in-house design team has designed a series of graphic posters ahead of this year’s Oscars awards, reimagining each of the “best picture” nominees in a pop art style. Each of the posters is inspired by the work of a different pop artist to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the death […]

Wildlife Matters exhibition illustrations, by Patrick George

Illustrator Patrick George has designed a series of prints for the One Network for Conservation and the Arts (ONCA) gallery, as part of its new exhibition Wildlife Matters. The three-day exhibition will feature prints aimed at adults and will focus on the theme of animal welfare. The prints aim to highlight issues such as trophy […]

Isle of Man Birds stamps, by Matt Sewell

Graffiti artist and illustrator Matt Sewell has launched a range of colourful bird themed stamps. The stamps feature watercolour illustrations of a variety of birds including the Blue Tit, Puffin, Cormorant and the specially commissioned Manx Shearwater, which is indigenous to the Isle of Man. Descriptions of the birds are written on each of the […]

London Fashion Week AW17 campaign, by Music

Branding and communication consultancy, Music has revealed its designs for the Autumn Winter 2017 London Fashion Week (LFW) campaign which has been initiated by the British Fashion Council. The approach focuses on interesting paper stocks, print finishes and sharp black and white imagery. It aims to be simple, timeless and similar to their aesthetic at […]

Litho publication, by Build and Generation Press

Consultancy Build has worked with Generation Press to create a series of publications looking at the in-house processes of the Brighton-based printing company. The publications, which will be released throughout the year, aim to help bring Generation Press’ print processes to life for potential and existing customers, according to Paul Hewitt, managing director at Generation Press. […]

International idiom series, by Paul Blow and Viking Direct

Office supplies company Viking Direct has commissioned illustrator Paul Blow to create visual interpretations of idioms used in different languages. The British company hopes to showcase its breadth of international employees through the fun project, with 11 illustrations of idioms originating from different countries, along with their meanings in English. Obscure examples include “To slide […]

The Fabulous Nicholas Brothers campaign, by All Works Co.

All Works has designed a campaign for a new film compilation of the Nicholas Brothers, a 1930s black American tap-dancing duo who helped to encourage racial integration in the entertainment industry. The film compilation is part of the British Film Institute’s (BFI) Black Star season. The campaign aims to capture the “movement, energy and dynamic […]

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 […]

Light Eye Mind branding, by All Works Co.

Consultancy All Works has designed a new visual identity for north London art gallery Light Eye Mind, which plays with the ability of the human eye to read inverted letters. The new branding features a simple, sans-serif, all-capitals, black typeface used for the gallery name and accompanying copy. Certain letters are inverted, either by being […]

Wild Animals of the South, by Dieter Braun

German illustrator Dieter Braun has designed a book featuring illustrations of wild animals from the southern hemisphere. Wild Animals of the South includes colourful illustrations of elephants in Africa, kangaroos in Australia and blue whales in the ocean, with accompanying descriptions. It is a follow up to Wild Animals of the North, and will be […]

BAFTA Be Part of the Story campaign, by AKQA

AKQA has worked on the positioning and art direction for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts’ (BAFTA) Be Part of the Story campaign, to coincide with its 70th anniversary. The campaign looks to reinforce BAFTA’s mission: “to help talent enter and flourish in the moving art industries”, and includes bespoke illustrations, award programs […]

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