Liberation has redesigned the sleeves for the Karisma brand of lead crayons, which will be launched in art shops this summer. The group was briefed to create eight designs with a similar theme, by the use of a subtle quarter circle in various guises on each pencil box, says Liberation creative director Liz Gibbons. The images vary according to what the pencils are designed for: there is a plate on the colour pencil set and a girl’s hairline on the portrait box. ‘We were briefed to create contemporary, cohesive packaging,’ adds Gibbons.
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The app has installed new features including a free walking map of the capital as part of a collaboration with Transport for London.