Biscuit Bear is the latest, madcap offering from children’s author and illustrator Mini Grey. A hunger-inducing blend of artwork, photography, digital imagery and ‘animated’ typefaces tell the story of a freshly baked bear who escapes to biscuit utopia – the display window at local bakery The Golden Bun. Designed by Random House senior designer Ness Wood, Biscuit Bear is available from 4 April.
The winners of the annual Design Museum schools challenge hope the design will help support bee populations with a new pollen source.
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Have your say about about working patterns in the design industry and the kind of change you’d like to see.
Swedish design studio Kurppa Hosk has worked with the DJ platform on its first identity update since 2012, which launches alongside its first-ever app.