Elmwood creates Tessera brand positioning

Elmwood has created a brand positioning, name and identity for commercial carpet tile supplier Tessera. Elmwood head of brand innovation Greg Taylor says the word was originally Latin, translating as

Scottish designers exhibit in Milan

More than ten Scottish designers will exhibit in Milan this year, as part of the first Scottish showcase to be seen in the city. Entitled the Scottish Show and supported

New faces

As a once-familiar face disappears for good from the magazine racks, Jeremy Leslie asks what’s next for titles with ambitions to stand out from the crowd

South Bedfordshire roars with Rhodes

Rhodes Design has revamped the identity for South Bedfordshire District Council. It will be launched next month. The work will roll out across internal and external communication material, advertising, vehicle

Museum of the Year contenders

The shortlist for the £100 000 Gulbenkian Prize for Museum of the Year features the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, The Museum of Antiquities in Newcastle, Pembrokeshire Museums Service

LDP2 a sole mate of My Shoes fundraiser

Lumsden Design Partnership’s graphic design subsidiary LDP2 has created the visual identity for My Shoes, a charity campaign in aid of Multiple Sclerosis sufferers that launches this week. According to

Pure and simple

Nick Smurthwaite salutes Jocelyn Herbert, who had a selfless approach to set design, paring her work down so the drama took centre stage.

Saville makeover for Manchester

Manchester City Council has appointed Peter Saville as its creative director, the first time a British city has created a senior creative position with a long-term remit. According to Manchester-born

Dave speaks for TalkTalk

Carphone Warehouse’s home phone company TalkTalk relaunches this week with an identity by London design group Dave. The company is known for offering free calls between customers. Dave creative director

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First look at London Design Festival 2018

This year’s week-long celebration of design will see installations by Kellenberger-White, Studio Frith and Waugh Thistleton Architects, plus a refined, “playful” visual identity by Pentagram’s Domenic Lippa.