The World Cup in South Africa kicks off this weekend, but last week Louis Vuitton unveiled the travel case it has created to hold football’s greatest prize, the Fifa World Cup Trophy. The special order case, commissioned by Fifa, was handmade by a master craftsman in Louis Vuitton’s Asinières workshop near Paris.
The site pays homage to the typeface Helvetica, by letting the user fight Arial (its arch rival) by moving the mouse left and right and jumping on it (not as easy as it looks). Arial has now overtaken Helvetica, developed by the Haas Foundry of Switzerland in the 1950s, as the standard font.
To be part of the Onedotzero Adventures in Motion festival, submissions need to be sent in by 30 June. Short films, installations, interactive work and live audiovisual performances will premiere at the BFI Southbank in London from 10-14 November, before touring internationally.
Last week the D&AD awards saw five Black Pencils awarded to four winners, with Sapient Nitro’s Brisbane office bagging two of the coveted prizes for its Best Job in the World campaign for client Tourism Queensland. All of the award winners are now listed on the D&AD website.