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Alternative Facts exhibition, by Fatherless

US-based print collective Fatherless is set to hold its first exhibition in London, called Alternative Facts. The exhibition is designed to be a direct response to the state of the US under president Donald Trump, as well as the current political climate globally. The monoprints on display use brightly coloured graffiti-style graphics, featuring images such […]

The Creative Circle identity, by Grey London

Ad agency Grey London has designed a new identity for advertising and marketing awards body, The Creative Circle. The identity is designed to be “anarchic” and “angry”, says Grey London, with a new annual featuring pre-torn and screwed up pages, defaced photos of The Creative Circle’s president and jurors and ink deliberately splashed over the […]

Owen Jones stationery collection, by V&A and Papier

Online stationery retailer Papier has collaborated with the Victoria and Albert (V&A) Museum to produce a new stationery collection featuring designs taken from 19th century architect Owen Jones’ archive. The Middle Eastern-inspired collection features designs from Jones’ 1856 publication The Grammar of Ornament, with the patterns being taken from original drawings Jones produced for the […]

Moo hardback notebooks, by Moo

Printing studio Moo has launched a series of colourful, hardback notebooks. There are six notebooks across two colour collections of classic and bright. They contain 16 pages of GF Smith Colorplan paper, and 160 pages of Swedish Munken Kristall paper, which Moo says “will never yellow”. Colours span pink, light and navy blue, lime green, […]

The Clown Egg Register, by Luke Stephenson and Helen Champion

Penguin Random House is set to release a fun – or perhaps frightening, depending on your temperament – book of eggs painted as clowns. The Clown Egg Register records over 250 clown faces painted onto eggs, to celebrate what the publisher describes as a “dying art form” that continues to “delight and terrify children and […]

25 Years of the Premier League book design, by Jonathan Roberts

Graphic designer Jonathan Roberts has designed a new concept publication that celebrates the history of the Premier League. 25 Years of the Premier League cites facts, records and statistics supplied by Opta, the Premier League’s official sports data provider. Records include highest appearances, highest possession in a game and furthest distance for a goal. The […]

Dog’s Bollocks student awards campaign, by Design Bridge

Several junior designers from Design Bridge’s London office have designed a poster campaign to promote the consultancy’s annual Dog’s Bollocks competition for design students. The campaign is based around the concept of “said no award winner ever”, and is designed to be a “tongue-in-cheek” take on “all the wrong advice”, says Design Bridge. The posters, […]

Alphabet Cities, by David Doran

Illustrator David Doran has created a new travel-inspired book of typographic prints called Alphabet Cities: Around The World in 32 Pull-Out Prints. The book features 32 pull-out prints with illustrations of cities all over the world, including Amsterdam, Zurich, Nashville, Istanbul, Reykjavik and Tokyo. Doran’s illustrated scenes and characters take inspiration from early and mid-20th […]

Advertising Week Europe campaign, by Gravity Road

Gravity Road has worked with illustration studio Rude to design a series of “provocative” campaign posters for Advertising Week Europe. The posters feature illustrations, coupled with controversial quotes from past speakers such as comedian Jimmy Carr and artist Grayson Perry. Mark Boyd, founding partner at Gravity Road, says: “There’s lively debate at Advertising Week Europe […]

RSA membership card, by Together Design and Adam Simpson

Together Design has worked with illustrator Adam Simpson to redesign the Royal Society of the Arts’ (RSA) membership card. The Fellowship card indicates that a person or organisation is a member of the RSA. Together Design says they aimed to create something that was “thought-provoking” and “full of imagination”, which RSA Fellows would be “proud” […]

Masqualero typeface, by Monotype Studio

Type foundry Monotype has released a new typeface called Masqualero, which has been designed by Jim Ford of Monotype Studio. The typeface is a tribute to the late jazz musician Miles Davis, with letterforms that are designed to be “as enigmatic and complex as the musician himself”, says Monotype. Ford came up with the idea […]

We Can Cherish book, by Belly Kids

Belly Kids has illustrated and published a new book about Sir David Attenborough, which looks to gather his “wisdom and knowledge” in one place. It features quotes from a selection of the veteran nature broadcaster’s most famous interviews and documentaries. We Can Cherish is available via online store Big Cartel.

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