Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters and Nick Mason have been brought together with the designers who helped define the visual language of the band ahead of a V&A show, which is set to be on the same scale as the museum’s David Bowie exhibition.
The magazine’s art director David Lane has given it a new print design, which aims to represent how contemporary art is “reactive” and “makes a statement”.
The dating site’s in-house design team has done away with Tinder-style features and commissioned designer Jay Daniel Wright to create a series of colourful illustrations.
The tech company has patented a magnetic winding charger that is similar in appearance to the winding mechanism seen in traditional watch designs.
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The design consultancy has created a “minimal, flexible” visual identity for .art – a new web address which has been created to establish an online creative community.
A refreshed logo, an expanded colour palette and a new tone of voice have all been introduced to packaging.
Vapourlites has been rebranded and given new packaging by consultancy Wonderstuff, which aims to show how e-cigarettes can be a “good thing” in weaning people off tobacco cigarettes.
The colourful new look is based on soundwave visuals and builds on O Street’s existing designs for the music platform, including a bespoke typeface introduced last year.
R Design has completed the rebrand, which aims to clear up confusion caused by the previous range name NuMe.