Bedford-based brand consultancy Eat With Your Eyes has created the branding and packaging for Little Bistro, a new range of baby and toddler meals from children’s snack brand Kiddylicious. The
London-based designer Ayesha Sherriffs has created the branding and packaging for coconut soda water brand Big Boss Palm. Following its launch in Dubai in 2015, the coconut and vanilla flavoured,
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
Illustrator Marcus Marritt has created a series of beer can designs for Beatzniks Republic, to mark its move to Manchester and the opening of its new brewery in the city.
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
Totally Thames – an annual festival celebrating the River Thames – is set to return to London this September with a series of events including installations, exhibitions, screenings and performances.
Taxi Studio has created a new visual identity for Minute Maid, a juice brand owned by the Coca-Cola Company. Working in collaboration with the global design team at Coca-Cola, Taxi
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
A group of Central Saint Martins (CSM) students have reimagined the future of plastics for their graduate design projects. Briefed by Studio Into and recycling charity the Ellen MacArthur Foundation,
Duffy and illustrator Chuck U have designed the packaging for Lucy Session Sour Ale, and Peach Bum, which is produced by the Indeed Brewing Company. Both drinks are made with
George Hill, a design student from Loughborough University is the winner of the BPMA student Design Competition 2017 with his Cat Selfie widget. The BPMA Student Design Competition, asks students
Damien Hirst has created a series of twelve screen prints, which use pharmaceutical packaging as a canvas for making comments about violence or force. It continues the artists long-standing fascination