Lippa Pearce has designed two complementary brochures for furniture firm Staverton’s Partner and Associate ranges of office furniture systems. Staverton was bought in 1991 after its parent, the Scott Howard Group, crashed. Lippa Pearce director Harry Pearce says the designs associate each range with a classic object to emphasise key attributes. So the Swiss Army knife symbolises versatility, while the antique watch suggests timeless classicism.
The move will allow designers from both studios to “come together and serve customers in a much fuller way”, according to Monotype CEO Scott Landers.
The concept vehicle is tailored to user-controlled privacy and also encourages community action for the environment.
Illustrator and creative director Anna Charity has created a brand for Farewill to help people feel “less anxious around death”.
President Trump unveiled the much-debated logo for the sixth and newest branch of the United States military services on Twitter, but what is it for and why does it look