Ipswich-based consultancy Firebrand Creative has designed new packaging for Suffolk ice-cream brand Alder Tree. The consultancy says, ’The rebrand was not only to reflect the quality of the product inside, but retain some previous design elements so as not to lose the grassroots charm and authenticity of what is essentially a family-run business.’
Up to 15 UK-based designers will tackle briefs including health, wellbeing, and transport and gain access to specialist expertise and one-to-one mentoring, plus an initial grant of £15,000 for product development.
As Pentagram designer Aron Fay launches a crowdfunding campaign to redesign the black and white marbled composition notebook used by creatives for centuries, we ask him about the inspiration behind the project and the previously undocumented history of the notebook.
In his latest Four Corners column, Jon Daniel catches up with creative director Joanna Arscott, an orphaned child who found her way and launched a flamboyant career, beginning in the 1980s.
Mr B & Friends has rebranded accommodation provider Victoria Hall Management Ltd. as Host. The agency has developed a new brand positioning, name, identity, brand guidelines and website. The new name and logo are designed to reference a functional idea: homes for students.
Block: 1 Design has designed the interiors for 26 Grains restaurant in Neal’s Yard, London. The Nordic-inspired concept includes a stripped back palette of several different woods, marble and rough rendered walls, reflecting the Scandinavian style dishes.
Madrid-based studio Neosbrand has created the packaging for winery Dominio de Tares’ new wine, La Sonrisa de Tares. The packaging is aimed at a young audience, with the colourful label featuring a kaleidoscope of vines, land and sky.
B&B has redesigned the packaging for Nestlé’s Special. T range of teas. The new packaging features an enlarged and isolated T – also seen in the logo – position on the front of pack, overlapping the imagery. Each flavour of tea has also been given a unique personality, using images ranging from a tiger wearing […]
The William Morris Gallery in London has announced an exhibition of Coralie Bickford-Smith’s book, The Fox and the Star. The exhibition will look at how the book was conceived and produced, with original illustrations, proofs and exhibits going on display for the first time. It will also explore the relationship between the book and William […]
Now in its fourth year, The Art of Ping Pong is hosting an exhibition and auction of bespoke ping pong paddles created by various artists and designers. Produced and curated by Algy Batten, the exhibition and auction feature works by the likes of Matt Blease, Jon Burgerman, Morag Myerscough and Alan Kitching. People will be […]
The Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism (BEAU) is being shown in the United States for the first time in an exhibition at The Cooper Union, New York. It features 22 selected projects from contemporary Spanish architects, showcasing large-scale image displays and audio-visual commentary about the winning projects, as well as drawing reproductions and architectural […]
Product design agency Factorydesign has taken a fresh look at the traditional bottle opener, designing one which can store up to 16 bottle caps. The bottle opener is designed to be used for parties or gatherings, where lots of bottles are being opened. To stop the bottle cap from falling on the floor, the BarWise […]