The new identity for New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, which combines serif and sans-serif typeforms, is revealed in full.
The new restaurant space looks to connect with the “deep Soho roots” of a building which was previously the Marquee Club and Terence Conran’s Mezzo restaurant.
At the Design Indaba conference in Cape Town, we caught up with Egyptian twins Mohamed and Haitham Raafat El-seht to talk about being artists during a revolution, dealing with censorship – and giving up dreams of dentistry…
Collaborative, innovative and not defined by discipline – a new piece of research by Birmingham City University’s Lara Furniss paints a picture of the modern designer.
The new Nextbit Robin phone has been designed by former HTC designer Scott Croyle.
In this extract from the newly-republished A Smile in the Mind book, illustrator Noma Bar talks about some his iconic pieces, explains his love of wit and reveals what gives him inspiration.
Following a rebrand last year Renault is working with foundry Production Type on a new flexible typeface system called Renault Carname.
The new logo is described by the Met as “a hybrid that combines serif and sans-serif”. The museum adds: “There may be some debate about the logo, because it involves change.”
Google Ideas becomes Jigsaw as Google continues to distance its other businesses from its core internet business.
The DBA’s John Scarrott looks at how design businesses at all stages of development can build their confidence.
Otl Aicher in 1972? Lance Wyman in ’68? Or even Atlanta 1996 – designers tell us about their favourite Olympic identity systems.
72andSunny and Bruce Mau Design have developed the logo and brand application for the bid, which references the city’s original Spanish name.