The environmental design for last week’s women’s literary award the Orange Prize for Fiction was designed by Buckinghamshire design group Yellow Yoyo. Chaired by Sandy Toksvig on 8 June, the event was themed on ‘a number of garden cameos’, explains Yellow Yoyo creative director Amanda Wright. Designed to reflect different places were people read, the work included a river bank, a rose arbour, a lake and a picnic scene (pictured).
According to D&AD’s 2019 Insight Report, the designers that stand out are those who use humour in the face of adversity, prioritise mental health and recognise technology as a tool,
Designs by Paq incorporate bright sundial-inspired type contrasted with bold photography to show the “spirit and fun” of the monthly event.
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Fake news, doctoring photographs, and the themes of perception and reality are all reflected in the title sequence of a new Channel 4 drama.