A new space dedicated to contemporary British sculpture opens in Percy Street in central London on 28 May, with interiors designed by Pentagram partner Daniel Weil (pictured). The gallery is
So, following our celeb-a-like photo story (Diary, DW 17 April), we received an e-mail from firstname.lastname@example.org assuring us that Precedent managing director Paul Hoskins is not really REM vocalist and
With regard to last week’s Vox Pop about artistic achievements, when you grow up a bit you start to think it might be nice to show your parents you’re not
Coley Porter Bell has refreshed the branding for Innocent Drinks. The work launches in late May.
The European School of Judo is wrestling off its ‘stuffy’ image with a name, logo and identity created by Spinner Design. From next week the organisation, which has half a
Made Thought has collaborated with photographer Ingmar Kurth to create a brochure for furniture retailer Viaduct.
Lord’s Cricket Ground is rebranding in a bid to become the Wimbledon of cricket, with brand strategy by Cognosis and identity and graphics by Circle. The refreshed marque is designed
Teenagers have grown out of the marketing tactics used for youth brands, forcing designers to speak to ‘young adults’ in their own language, says Danielle Green If you’re selling to
Conran Design Group has created branding for Shell Hydrogen’s refuelling station in Reykjavik, Iceland, as the petroleum giant promotes its investment in alternative fuels to a wider public. The site,
Adrenalin Creative has designed the branding for the 39th Cambridge Folk Festival, which takes place at the end of July.
Davies Hall has created packaging for two cordials for drinks manufacturer Thorncroft. The flavours, Carnival and Ginkgo, will form part of the company’s wellbeing range.
Everton Football Club are crowning a high-profile season with the launch of a revamped visual language created by Design Bridge, as the club moves to consolidate its brand and capitalise