Sea has designed an identity for Unite for Unicef, a three-a-year concert programme planned by the charity to run over the next five years. The brief was to create a music/ youth brand that could provide the basis for tickets, event literature, posters, T-shirts, signage and CD/DVD packaging. ‘It’s a Band Aid-style marque,’ says Sea creative director John Simpson. The first concert is scheduled for Liverpool in early summer.
The illustrator talks to Design Week ahead of a new exhibition about breaking into the industry and why it’s more fun to draw haute couture than “wearable clothes”.
Plan set out to engage designers with key climate change issues as part of two day festival, which looks to forge better links between designers and leaders in sustainability.
In-house design experts say designers need to be braver when releasing products into the world, but maintain that ROI dialogue should not stifle creativity.
The moustachioed mascot for Pringles UK has been given his first makeover in 20 years in a redesign from Jones Knowles Ritchie.