Old ladies and Japanese tourists are no longer the only target market for Waterford Wedgwood, judging by its latest literature. A new magazine, Waterford Wedgwood Review, has been designed by New Leaf Associates. The front cover features the model Nadja in bed. Head tilted to one side and in full pout, she firmly grips a Rhosenthal teapot. The inside cover shows the lovely Claudia, also apparently in her birthday suit, in the same bed, and proffering a cup for a fill up. Who’d have thought bone china could be so sapphic?
The cinema’s new identity features a handwritten-style wordmark and aims to bring consistency to the brand by replacing multiple logos with one design system.
The poverty-fighting charity has a new identity, as does its annual televised fundraiser Red Nose Day, in a bid to create a distinction between the organisation and the event.
We take at look at the design and representation of female characters in video games and ask if they are falling behind the real world in terms of gender equality.
South African annual design conference Design Indaba is just around the corner and we’ve picked out some of the most exciting talks to look out for.