If the annual catch of calendars is a business barometer of sorts, 1995 looks like being a tough year for design. Bar some notable exceptions, the quality and, indeed, quantity of calendars are well down. Two of the better ones are pictured here. Winston’s sleight of hand is from Sheffield group Scope. And the message in a bottle is an inspired award-winning idea from Kent Institute of Art & Design student Jorunn-Karin Kvalik, designed to come from Friends of the Earth to remind designers to be materials-conscious. Meanwhile, we await Trickett & Webb’s late-as-usual effort – a sort of tardy annual.
Hamilton has died aged 55, leaving behind a 30-year career in publishing that saw him invigorate hundreds of book covers, while bringing unknown creative talent like Shepard Fairey to the
The cinema’s new identity features a handwritten-style wordmark and aims to bring consistency to the brand by replacing multiple logos with one design system.
The poverty-fighting charity has a new identity, as does its annual televised fundraiser Red Nose Day, in a bid to create a distinction between the organisation and the event.
We take at look at the design and representation of female characters in video games and ask if they are falling behind the real world in terms of gender equality.