With students graduating into uncertainty this year, founder Stefanie Sword-Williams has devised a curriculum that promises to be “relatable and achievable”.
The annual festival has revealed the first of its line-up, which explores circular design and the possibilities of growing mangos in London.
Three months on from our first business impact survey, we once again asked readers how they were weathering the pandemic.
Johnson Banks has created the new identity for the music conservatoire, which takes a more “forward-thinking” approach to its competitors.
Design studio Accept & Proceed and poet Tom Sharp have created the branding for a newly-established data consultancy group.
Following on from the success of its lockdown challenge cards earlier this year, the company has released a new set of learning resources this time focused on air pollution.
The new appearance looks to give the retail brand a more consistent and “ownable” identity across both physical and digital spaces.
These designers are rethinking the surfaces we touch and turning them into COVID-killing materials, which can be fabricated as familiar objects.
The identity for the neighbourhood centres around a graphic “R” logo, which the studio says is designed to “almost disappear” when applied.
The company’s first new logo in 20 years was created by an in-house design team and looks to embrace both physical and digital platforms.
Developed by Vitamin London, the typeface uses letterforms taken from protest posters found at Black Lives Matter demonstrations.
The bottle will be made from sustainably sourced wood, and will debut with the Johnnie Walker whisky brand in 2021.