Colourful Crossing, by Camille Walala

Artist Camille Walala has created a colourful pedestrian crossing on Southwark Street in Bankside, London. Walala was commissioned to create Colourful Crossing by Better Bankside and Transport for London, and teamed up with road markings company Pre-formed Markings to create the piece. The project is part of initiative Avenue of Art, which looks to transform […]


New prints, by Noma Bar

Illustrator Noma Bar has released a new selection of prints, which are available to buy through Outline Editions. Bar uses “bold colours, shapes and pared down iconography”, says Outline Editions, and “imbues simple graphic forms with political and social commentary”. The prints range from £180 to £750 in price. You can view them here. Photos […]


A Good American data visualisation, by Up^

Design studio Up^ has created motion graphics for a new documentary film, A Good American. The film is about previous U.S. codebreaker Bill Binney, and the studio was tasked with “visually and emotively representing” the intelligence tool he created called ThinThread, says Up^. Up^ created CGIs, motion graphics and data visualisation for the film, as […]


Trellick range, by Tom Dixon

Design studio and teaching platform Goldfinger Factory has produced a new Tom Dixon range of products, Trellick. The range includes a tray, a stool, small and large plant pots, a bench and a table, alongside t-shirts and prints. The range is part of a crowdfunding campaign from Goldfinger Factory to raise £20,000, in order to […]

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Breadwinners brand identity, by Lewis Moberly

Brand design consultancy Lewis Moberly has created the visual identity for charity Breadwinners. Breadwinners is a charity that aims to help young, unemployed people in London learn how to run a business. The charity works by enabling young people to run their own daily bread delivery service, providing them with a delivery bike and trailer, […]


Marion Deuchars campaign, by Laurence King Publishing

To celebrate its 25th birthday, the art and design book publisher Laurence King Publishing has launched a campaign created by illustrator Marion Deuchars. It includes hand-drawn lettering in the illustrator’s style, and was art directed by Laurence King Publishing creative director Angus Hyland. The campaign will be used for advertising, in bookshop windows and digitally.


Vallila X Underground collection, by Vallila and TfL

Finnish design brand Vallila has teamed up with Transport for London to create prints and a product selection depicting scenes from the capital city. Illustrations include double-decker buses, interpretations of Baker Street tube station, and a graphic design inspired by the London tube map. The collection is part of TfL’s Transported by Design programme, and […]


New print series, by Kristjana S Williams

Illustrator Kristjana S Williams has released a new series of prints, inspired by nature. Williams creates collages out of engravings, maps and encyclopaedias to make “fantastical landscapes”, says Outline Editions, which is selling the prints. The prints are available to buy for £315 each from Outline Editions.


JFK Airport Terminal 4 branding, by Base Design

Base Design has created the branding for Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. The studio says they wanted to create a terminal “with human experience in mind”. It developed a custom typeface for the project, and based it on the concept of “4 all” – that the airport experience is […]


Danish Design Award, by Kontrapunkt

Kontrapunkt has created the new identity for the Danish Design Award, which it says reflects the high quality of the entrants through its look and feel. The consultancy says that the design also supports the overall message that “design makes a difference”. The final design is a typographic route called “Danish”, inspired by the early […]


My Eye on You, by Kai and Sunny

Artists Kai and Sunny, have released a new set of original ballpoint pen works, which are fine detail compositions and give a range of illusory and geometric perspectives. The works represent the shifting flow of time, and you can see them at the Colette Galerie in Paris or find out more here. A special edition […]


Hand cast concrete letters and numbers, by An Artful Life

An Artful Life has created these hand-cast letters and numbers, which are now being sold in the Barbican gallery and the National Centre for Craft and Design. Each letter comes packaged in a matchbox and the entire product has been conceived and designed by An Artful Life’s interior architect Kate Whitfield, who says she was […]

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