This autumn, the Lettering and Commemorative Arts Trust is set to hold Cutting a Dash: an exhibition showcasing the work of 15 female letter carvers. The show aims to highlight the beauty of traditional letterforms, and show how the craft is still relevant for designers and typographers today.
Gig Poster Power, curated by consultancy Clinic, will showcase 40 new and old gig posters, and hopes to spark debate about what the future holds for music design.
Glasgow-based consultancy Graven has created new branding for e-identity and cyber security firm EEMA, designing a “grid-like, modular” logo.
In his latest Four Corners column, which profiles designers from the African Diaspora, Jon Daniel talks to designer and art director Jason Kelly, whose career took hold as hip-hop culture gathered momentum in the 80s and 90s.
Together the flexible restaurant and entertainment spaces designed for Sky’s new Believe in Better Building seat 250 people.
Manchester City Council in-house design team M-Four has worked with the NHS on an awareness campaign encouraging people to avoid unnecessary A&E trips.
The Swedish consultancy has designed the visual identity for a small craft brewery’s new beer Pang Pang Aight, which ironically intends to mimic more commercial brands.
Designers and artists commissioned to create new objects inspired by pieces in the collection to encourage visitors to speculate on what the original piece might be.
Ogilvy & Mather Melbourne has designed the state’s new visual identity, which the Victorian government hopes will help to promote the area.
A teaser video shows the new capabilities of the Gear S2, which should make it more competitive with the Apple Watch.
New iOS app Geronimo, created by start-up company Jumpin Labs, has drawn inspiration from messaging apps to create a “natural” mobile email experience.
New store uses Edwardian features of the building to contextualise the heritage of the Turnbull & Asser brand.