Heavy-handed sensationalism and victim stereotypes are avoided in Edit’s design of the Amnesty International UK 1998 annual review. Launched last week to coincide with the organisation’s human rights audit, it is Amnesty’s first annual review in four years. The London group themed the report ‘A year can make a world of difference’, and focused on case studies of people helped by Amnesty.
The professional finance body has been given a new look by Smith & Milton, which includes a flat, line-drawn coat of arms, san-serif typeface and updated colour palette.
The museum and cultural hubin Shenzhen has announced it will open to the public in December, and will include a permanent gallery space curated by the V&A.
The 12th edition of the annual design festival takes place this coming March, and will see the likes of Gail Bichler and Chris Ware speak.
Consultancy Interabang has designed the set of stamps, which feature 10 of the most famous toys created in Britain from the last 100 years, including Space Hopper and Spirograph.