Tátil is the Brazilian design consultancy behind the branding for the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games. We speak to creative director Fred Gelli about his sculptural logo forms, why it’s important to bring brands to life and where he finds his inspiration.
The Government is looking to put together a creative framework of up to 20 suppliers, which can be made up of individual consultancies or consortium teams.
The announcement signals its greater focus on making use of virtual and augmented reality.
From a new retail beauty space for Marie Claire, to an increase in uptake of creative subjects at university level, we round up the important design news from the last seven days.
Robert Maude and Sarah Davies have designed the stamps to mark the 300th anniversary of the artist and landscape gardener’s birth.
Research from UCAS showing this year’s university acceptance figures reveals that the number of students taking on art and design has increased since last year.
Following the success of The Cornershop two years ago, the felt artist has launched a crowdfunding campaign to launch a similar concept in New York.
Fabled by Marie Claire is a new bricks and mortar retail concept, with interiors by Gpstudio and branding by The Clearing.
Design business advisor John Scarrott looks at how a softer sell with clients goes a long way and why a nuanced approach can help build better consultancy-client relationships.
Airbnb has redesigned its Tokyo office around “belong anywhere” proposition, working with Suppose Office Design to create sense of neighbourhood within a flexible environment.
Designer Clement Balavoine is taking a digital-only approach to garment design with his three-stage “pipeline” process.
The season has kicked off with a new on-screen graphics system, which has been developed from the Premier League identity created by DesignStudio.